skelosDean Skelos, the former Senate majority leader, and his son Adam pleaded not guilty on Thursday morning in federal court in Manhattan to new charges alleging a no-show job in a superseding indictment issue last week.

A trial is now scheduled for Nov. 16 for Skelos, who resigned from the leadership post in the Senate in May, but retains his seat in the chamber.

Both Skelos and former Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, who was ousted following his own arrest in a separate corruption case, will be on trial in federal court that month.

Skelos, who arrived to court with his arm around his son, had no comment when he left the arraignment on Thursday.

The new charges allege Adam Skelos received what prosecutors said was a no-show job at a medical malpractice firm.

In the indictment issued by U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara’s office, the younger Skelos threatened to “bash in” in the head of a supervisor when he was criticized for not coming to work.

The CEO of the unnamed medical malpractice firm was afraid that if Adam Skelos lost his job at the company he would lose access to the elder Skelos, who just ascended to the majority leader post in the chamber.

Dean and Adam Skelos were arrested on May 4 after surrendering to federal law enforcement.

The lawmaker is accused of using his influence to help his son’s business interests, including obtaining contracts for a sewer project that benefited a company that employed Adam Skelos.

Dean Skelos, a Nassau County Republican, resigned as majority leader following his arrest, but retains his seat in the chamber.

Skelos has maintained his innocence, insisting he will be vindicated once the legal process plays out.