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Andryeyeva Case on “13-Hour Rule” to Be Heard in February

The case of Andryeyeva v. New York Health Care, Inc., is on the Feb. 12, 2019 docket for argument before the New York State Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court. The case relates to 24-hour/live-in home care services and current regulation that permits employers to compensate workers for 13 hours of pay for a 24-hour shift, provided they receive allotted meal periods and sleep times.

You can read about the case in LeadingAge NY's many Intelligence articles here and here. LeadingAge NY has filed an amicus brief in support of the industry. To read the docket filing and related documents, including the amicus brief submitted in conjunction with the Home Care Association of New York State, visit the Court of Appeals website here and enter the APL number 2018-00038. Live streaming of the hearing on Feb. 12th may also be available.

Contact: Meg Carr Everett, meverett@leadingageny.org, 518-867-8871