My question involves labor and employment law for the state of: NY
I'm about to file my 3rd civil lawsuit in 2 years against a service provider i've dealt with in my side business (all were for absolutely legitimate purposes and i won each one). I heard some companies screen applicants for the amount of times they sued someone or were sued. Is that true and if so would something like this show up on a background check? If they do show up for how long and how bad does it look?
These were all in small claims court and all were settled outside of court if that makes a difference.