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Corbin Carter





Corbin counsels clients and litigates all types of employment disputes before federal and state courts. He has experience handling all stages of the litigation process and resolving disputes through mediations and settlements. His practice also encompasses negotiating and drafting employment and separation agreements; advising clients on compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws; and conducting internal investigations.

Prior to joining Mintz, Corbin was an assistant corporation counsel within the Labor and Employment Law Division of the New York City Law Department. In that role, he represented the city, its agencies, and its management employees in litigation and handled a broad range of employment matters.

While attending law school, Corbin served as a student legislative counsel with BU Law’s Legislative Policy & Drafting Clinic. He also had summer fellowships in Washington, DC, with the Office of Legal Counsel at the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and a public affairs firm. Additionally, he was an extern with the Boston Regional Solicitor’s Office of the US Department of Labor and the Massachusetts Office of the Inspector General.

In law school, Corbin served as managing editor of the American Journal of Law & Medicine and as a director of the J. Newton Esdaile Appellate Moot Court Program. He was also co-president of the Public Interest Project and treasurer of OutLaw, the school’s LGBTQIA+ student organization.


Group Health Plans in the Crossfire: Facilitating Reproductive Choice in the Wake of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health

June 26, 2022 | Blog | By Alden Bianchi, Jennifer Rubin, Michelle Capezza, Corbin Carter, Michael Arnold

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NYC Council Amends Salary Range Transparency Law; Delays Implementation Date

May 3, 2022 | Blog | By Michael Arnold, Corbin Carter, Danielle Dillon

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EEOC (Again) Updates Religious Accommodation and Vaccine Mandate Guidance

March 14, 2022 | Blog | By Danielle Bereznay, Corbin Carter

The EEOC has once again updated its guidance and answers regarding the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic’s interaction with anti-discrimination laws. We previously discussed this guidance here. This guidance, updated on March 1, 2022, provides additional detail to Section L (Vaccinations – Title VII and Religious Objections to COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates). We discuss the key details below.
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Many of our nation’s 18 million veterans experience significant day-to-day challenges related to their time in the military. Through our pro bono legal counsel and the firm’s community services, including a holiday gift drive for veterans, we assist many nonprofit and advocacy organizations working to improve veterans’ lives.
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Supreme Court Blocks OSHA Vaccine Rule for Large Employers

January 13, 2022 | Blog | By Michael Arnold, Corbin Carter

The Supreme Court has stayed OSHA from enforcing its vaccine-or-test rule for large private employers. In its opinion, the Court found that Congress did not grant OSHA the authority to issue such a sweeping rule. Empowered to issue a workplace safety rule? Yes. But, according to the Supreme Court, OSHA did not impose such a rule; instead, it attempted to impose a broad public health measure, which the Court considered outside of the agency’s purview. In short, as the Court noted: “imposing a vaccine mandate on 84 million Americans in response to a worldwide pandemic is simply not ‘part of what the agency was built for.’”
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(Updated) A Comprehensive Breakdown of OSHA’s COVID-19 Vaccination Rule

January 12, 2022 | Blog | By Michael Arnold, Jennifer Rubin, David Barmak, Corbin Carter, Evan Piercey, Danielle Bereznay, Danielle Dillon, Nicole Rivers, Paul Huston, Emma Follansbee

Read Mintz’s comprehensive analysis of OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard pertaining to workplace COVID-19 vaccination and testing requirements for employers with 100 or more employees.
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New York State Department of Health Issues Updated Interim COVID-19 Quarantine and Isolation Guidance

January 7, 2022 | Blog | By Evan Piercey, Corbin Carter, Michael Arnold

On January 4, 2022, and faced with record numbers of COVID-19 cases in New York State, the New York State Department of Health (“NYSDOH”) issued Interim Updated Isolation & Quarantine Guidance. The Interim Guidance aligns NYSDOH’s isolation and quarantine recommendations for the general population with the guidance issued by the CDC on December 27, 2021, which the CDC has updated repeatedly since then, and about which we previously reported on here. This Interim Guidance also supersedes the essential worker portion of NYSDOH’s December 24, 2021 shortened isolation guidance, although the portion pertaining to healthcare workers remains in effect. We will continue to provide updates on NYSDOH’s recommendations, as well as those issued by other public health agencies, as events continue to unfold.
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New York City Releases Private Employer Vaccine Executive Order

December 16, 2021 | Blog | By Evan Piercey, Corbin Carter, Michael Arnold

New York City has released its anticipated vaccine order for private businesses alongside a workplace vaccine requirement webpage containing interpretative guidance and other helpful links. The new vaccine order generally requires employers to obtain proof of a worker’s vaccination before allowing them entry into the workplace. As we previously reported, Mayor Bill de Blasio described this mandate as a “preemptive strike” made in an effort to confront looming challenges posed by the Omicron variant and the holiday season. We summarize relevant portions from the order and interpretative guidance below, and note that NYC employers will need to take several affirmative actions to come into compliance in the next couple of weeks.
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NYSDOL Issues Guidance Regarding Employee Use of Cannabis

November 3, 2021 | Blog | By Evan Piercey, Corbin Carter, Michael Arnold

The New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) has published guidance regarding employee cannabis use. 
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News & Press

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Mintz Associate Corbin Carter was quoted in an article published by the Society for Human Resource Management’s HR Magazine addressing whether employers should keep preparing to comply with the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine-or-testing directive while implementation is suspended as legal challenges play out.
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Mintz attorney Corbin Carter was quoted extensively in an article published by SHRM’s HR Magazine that examined the risks employers may face when enforcing no-mask mandates in the workplace, including health risks, legal risks, and employee relations concerns.
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Mintz Member Katharine Beattie and Associate Corbin Carter were quoted extensively in an article published by EHS Today on legal considerations, best practices, and suggested policies for employers permitting telework to reduce the spread of the new coronavirus (COVID-19).
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Employers Address "Quiet Quitting"
August 25, 2022
You've likely heard about the latest term to enter the workplace zeitgeist - "quiet quitting" - from any number of sources, including the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. Advocates of "quiet quitting" are largely rebranding and ...
Post-Dobbs Landscape for Employers
July 26, 2022
Whether driven by political ideology, workforce demands, or other considerations, many employers will want to offer support in light of the Dobbs decision, and many employees may also wish to engage with their employers or co-workers ...
The Return to Office Battle Continues
July 7, 2022
This week, the Boston Globe and Fortune reported on the ongoing return to office battle between employers (many of whom are seeking a robust return to pre-pandemic work models without further delay) and employees (many of whom are pushing ...
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Recognition & Awards

  • Dean's Award for E-Discovery Law, Boston University School of Law (2014)
  • Homer Albers Prize Moot Court Competition (2014)
  • Chambers USA: New York – Labor & Employment, Associates to watch (2021-2022)
  • New York Super Lawyers Rising Stars: Employment Litigation (2022)
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  • Member, New York City Bar Association
  • Member, The LGBT Bar Association of New York (LeGaL)
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Corbin Carter



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