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Glendoval Stephens

Managing Partner at Castillo Stephens LLP

Glendoval Stephens has practiced law since 1992 and has been a member of the New York bar since 1994. Mr. Stephens is experienced in litigating civil matters before both the bench and juries.



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Thailary Lim

Attorney

Ms. Lim is an experienced personal injury attorney handing automobile accidents, trip and falls, slip and falls, and other premises liability claims. Ms. Lim is a fluent speaker of Cambodian.



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Devian Daniels

Attorney of Counsel

Ms. Daniels is an experienced employment benefits attorney. She works closely with the clients of Castillo Stephens LLP to obtain the unemployment benefits to which they are entitled.



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TOPIC OF THE WEEK

What is Wrongful Termination?

You may have heard the term “wrongful termination” in a lot of situations. However, only certain types of termination are classified as “wrongful” under the law. A wrongful termination requires that you be fired for an illegal reas

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THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK

They have to realize that this affects everyday people. It affects the boots on the ground. To me, it’s like a political chess game that they’re playing, and we seem to be pawns.

–Ray Coleman Jr., a corrections officer at a federal prison in Florida on the government shutdown

LIST OF THE WEEK

from Washington Post

Longest Government Shutdowns: 

DEC. 22, 2018 - Trump - 32 days and counting

DEC. 16, 1995 - Clinton - 21 days

OCT. 1, 1978 - Carter - 17 days

OCT. 1, 2013 - Obama - 16 days

OCT. 1, 1977 - Carter - 12 days