Massachusetts Legislature Passes Noncompetition Statute that Brings an Array of New Rules to the Employment Arena
It took years and came down to the last minutes of the current session, but the Massachusetts Legislature finally passed
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Lawsuits under the Revised Equal Pay Act are Out of the Gate Quickly
Well, that didn’t take long. On the first business day that amendments to the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act were in
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Massachusetts High Court Concludes Workers can be Employees and Independent Contractors at the Same Time
What once appeared to be an effectively impenetrable wall against the use of independent contractors in the Commonwealth saw a
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Supreme Court Upholds Employers’ Uses of Arbitration Clauses to Block Class Action Lawsuits
The U.S. Supreme Court has again deflected a challenge to the use in employment agreements of dispute resolution clauses that
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Taking Action to Eliminate Sexual Behaviors at Work is Crucial for Avoiding Sexual Harassment Lawsuits
For those who have yet to grasp the significance of the #MeToo movement, which is encouraging women to complain about
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Massachusetts Attorney General Issues Guidance to Help Employers Prepare for the Equal Pay Act
With just four months until a revised Massachusetts Equal Pay Act takes effect and unleashes what is likely to be
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Steps for Dealing with Improper Sexual Behaviors in the Workplace
Dealing with improper sexual behaviors at work is something no one should have to worry about. All too often, however,
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Legislators Consider Law that would Grant Broad Sexual Harassment Powers to Massachusetts Attorney General
If there isn’t already enough for employers to worry about amid the plethora of sexual deviance reports that have hit
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