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Tips on Avoiding Wage and Hour Lawsuits in Massachusetts

USA - April 18 2019 Even fair-minded employers, with sound policies, face “off-the-clock” claims. That is, employers have to defend against lawsuits in which employees...

Hillary J. Massey, Molly Clayton Mooney, Robert A. Fisher, Timothy J. Buckley, Bridget M. Maricich, Alison H. Silveira, Michael E. Steinberg, Ariel D. Cudkowicz, Barry J. Miller, Kristin G. McGurn, C.J. Eaton, James M. Hlawek, Jean M. Wilson, Anthony S. Califano, Patrick J. Bannon.

Tips on avoiding wage and hour lawsuits in Massachusetts

USA - March 19 2019 Effective July 1, 2018, the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act (the "Act") requires employers to pay employees of different genders equal wages for...

Hillary J. Massey, Molly Clayton Mooney, Robert A. Fisher, Timothy J. Buckley, Bridget M. Maricich, Alison H. Silveira, Michael E. Steinberg, Ariel D. Cudkowicz, Barry J. Miller, Kristin G. McGurn, C.J. Eaton, James M. Hlawek, Jean M. Wilson, Anthony S. Califano, Patrick J. Bannon.

Employers' Guide to Massachusetts Wage & Hour Law

USA - February 1 2019 Employers that operate in Massachusetts continue to face substantial risks under the Commonwealth's wage and hour laws. With a patchwork of arcane...

Hillary J. Massey, Molly Clayton Mooney, Robert A. Fisher, Timothy J. Buckley, Bridget M. Maricich, Alison H. Silveira, Michael E. Steinberg, Ariel D. Cudkowicz, Richard L. Alfred, Barry J. Miller, Kristin G. McGurn, C.J. Eaton, James M. Hlawek, Jean M. Wilson, Anthony S. Califano, Patrick J. Bannon.

8th Circuit Agrees, Request for Religious Accommodation is not Oppositional Conduct

USA - November 29 2018 The 8th Circuit recently held that while a request for a religious accommodation may qualify as a protected activity, it is not necessarily...

Latoya R. Laing.

Tenth Circuit Reaffirms That Title VII Does Not Require Employers to Offer an Employee Their “Preferred” Religious Accommodation

USA - July 10 2018 Title VII requires employers to make “reasonable accommodations” for an employee’s religious practices. But what is “reasonable” has...

Michael L. DeMarino.