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Massachusetts enacts domestic violence leave law *

USA - September 5 2014
In August of 2014, the governor of Massachusetts signed into law, An Act Relative to Domestic Violence. This is a comprehensive domestic violence law…

Co-authors: Jack S. Gearan, Justin F. Keith .


Welcome to ESTA: New York City's 'Earned Sick Time Act' comes into effect, DCA proposes new rules *

USA - April 4 2014
Nearly a year after it was first passed in June 2013, the New York City Earned Sick Time Act (ESTA), providing paid sick time to employees in New…

Co-authors: Jonathan L. Sulds, Michael J. Slocum, Robert Bernstein, Jerrold F. Goldberg.


What does the Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Act mean for employers? *

USA - May 16 2013
Massachusetts recently became one of a number of states to legalize the use of marijuana for medical purposes. Regulations issued by the…


Massachusetts law regulating employment background checks goes into effect May 2012 *

USA - May 9 2012
The remaining provisions of the comprehensive 2010 legislation amending the Massachusetts Criminal Offender Record Information Act (the “CORI Act”) went into effect on May 4, 2012.

Co-authors: Justin F. Keith .


Intern or employee? Unpaid internships may end up costing employers *

USA - April 5 2012
Private sector employers planning internship programs should be aware of the legal distinctions between unpaid interns and paid employees.


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