MENU
Home Backtrack
  • News
  • Women in Labor Blog

Women in Labor Blog

Oct
21
The pandemic has already created a flurry of individual and class action lawsuits against companies. In fact, according to data collected through a national association for lawyers, it is estimated that approximately 80 COVID-related litigation cases have bee…
Jul
31
The dog days of summer are here, which means employees will be taking vacation time off from work. This year, with COVID-19, many states, including Massachusetts and Connecticut have issued travel bans with various restrictions imposed on travelers returning …
Jun
9
Now that the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 was signed into law on June 5, 2020 by President Trump, companies may have questions about how to modify their approaches while staying in compliance. Royal is here to help with that. This ne…
May
1
A new ruling from the federal appeals court for our jurisdiction (1st Circuit Court of Appeals) concluded that an employee could be terminated based upon repeated violations of the employer’s rules of conduct conducted prior to the disclosure of a disabi…
Apr
30
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, employers and employees will be returning to a “new normal” within the workplace as individual states begin to reopen, and employees return to their offices. In order to ensure a clean, healthy and safe transition…
Archive
Subscribe