Employment Contracts - what is the law that covers employees benefits?

I was with a firm and had an employment contract. The partners separated and I went with one of them. We verbally agreed the employment contract will remain in effect and there was no need to make a new one. When I decided to quit, I had vacation and personal days still left over but my employer said she's not going to pay for them because they were from the contract before the company separated. Is there a law that protects employees from this happening and if so, which law is it?

Thank you so much.

0 answers  |  asked Dec 8, 2009 08:50 AM [EST]  |  applies to New York

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