“Complex Investigations & Litigation” (195)
Attorney General Maura Healey recently provided some much-needed guidance to employers on what will qualify as an acceptable ‘self-evaluation’ and ‘reasonable progress’ under the updated Equal Pay Act, which goes into effect on July 1, 2018.
Daniel Winston and John Calhoun discuss the recent Sixth Circuit decision in Reed v. Altisource Solutions, et. al. and its impact on mandatory arbitration.
In addition to adding a new category to the existing Massachusetts anti-discrimination statute, M.G.L. c. 151B, the law also imposes a notification requirement.
We recently published a memo offering a glimpse into the investigations of past sexual misconduct in 10 private independent schools located in the Northeast.
Supreme Court’s Narrow Definition of “Whistleblower” Under Dodd-Frank Enhances Need for Stepped-Up Compliance Initiatives
Greg Keating, chair of the Firm's Labor, Employment and Benefits and Whisteblower Practices, discusses the recent SCOTUS decision in Digital Realty Trust Inc. v. Somers and its impact on whistleblower retaliation claims.
Greg Keating, chair of the Firm's Labor, Employment and Benefits Practice, discusses the employee base vs independent contractor base models in relationship to country club staff with Golf Digest.