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Royal successfully obtained a lack of probable cause finding for a non-profit human services agency after a former employee claimed she was terminated for being a female caregiver.…
Royal acquires a lack of probable cause finding for a claim with two EEOC charges. A former employee brought charges of discrimination (sex) and retaliation. The attorneys at Roya…
Royal attorneys successfully argued that a disability discrimination case brought against a regional non-profit organization warrants dismissal when the ex-employee was granted sho…
Royal obtained a Lack of Probable Cause finding at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination on behalf of a regional not-for-profit organization in a public accommodation…
Women in Labor Blog
Published: November 14, 2017
Most employers have long recognized the risks associated with romantic relationships in the office. Office relationships, particularly the d…
Published: November 6, 2017
U.S District Court Magistrate Judge Judith G. Dein, has ruled that personal jurisdiction was present between an employee of New York who wor…
Published: October 23, 2017
There’s no requirement to conduct employee performance reviews, but employers can benefit from annual employee reviews if they are properly …
Published: October 17, 2017
For the layman party to a lawsuit, perhaps the most shocking part of the ordeal is the sheer length of the process. This is particularly tru…
Published: October 10, 2017
Massachusetts Superior Court Judge J. Gavin Reardon, has ruled that unpaid wages in and of itself do not amount to constructive discharge. …
Published: October 2, 2017
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act employers are required to provide reasonable accommodations to employees who would otherwise be ab…
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