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Beware the Rumor Mill: Massachusetts Court Finds Reporting of Rumored Office Romance May Be Protected Activity

USA - November 16 2017 An employee went to Human Resources to report that he thought his male boss was having an “inappropriate relationship” with a female employee. The…

Molly Clayton Mooney, Robert A. Fisher.

Parliamentarian To Decide Fate Of Multiemployer Pension Reform In The COVID Relief Act

USA - March 1 2021 If the Senate Parliamentarian blesses it, the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan (a.k.a. The latest COVID-19 relief Bill) may…

Ronald J. Kramer, Seong Kim.

Be Careful of Comments on Healthcare Costs: Sixth Circuit Denies Summary Judgment on ERISA Interference and Retaliation Claims Based on Management Comments that Healthcare Costs are Rising

USA - April 23 2018 In Stein v. Atlas Industries, Inc., No. 17-3737, the Sixth Circuit reversed the Northern District of Ohio, which had dismissed the plaintiff’s ERISA interference and

Ian H. Morrison.

“I’ll Be Back To Work Soon”: Massachusetts Addresses An Employer’s Obligations When Employee On Leave Gives An Indefinite Return Date

USA - March 17 2017 On February 5, 2017, in M.C.A.D. V. Country Bank for Savings, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (“MCAD”) held that an employer…

Robert A. Fisher.

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…

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