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May
15
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court clarified the statutory definition of an independent contractor under the Massachusetts Workers' Compensation Act last week...
May
4
Governor Baker of Massachusetts The Senate and the House overwhelmingly passed recently signed a criminal justice reform bill that would will limit the ability for employers to have access to criminal records from job applicants.
Apr
23
On April 19, 2018, the Federal Bureau of Investigation raided the office of President Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen. The resulting media coverage demonstrated a widespread misunderstanding of attorney-client privilege.
Apr
9
With two new Massachusetts employment laws going into effect this year, now is a good time for MA employers to look at their Employee Handbooks to see if any revisions may be necessary.
Apr
4
The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act (the “PWFA”) amends current Massachusetts discrimination in employment law, effective April 1, 2018, to expressly prohibit employment discrimination based on pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, as generally…
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