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Annual Report on EEOC Developments - Fiscal Year 2021

USA - April 26 2022 With the steady rise in the number of discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims filed each year, employers must be more vigilant and…

Alyesha A. Dotson, Tessa J. Gelbman, Rosa T. Goodman, Joseph Greener, Barry A. Hartstein, James A. Paretti, Jr., William J. Kim, Kevin M. Kraham, Erin A. McNamara, Brandon R. Mita, Terrence H. Murphy, Elisa Nadeau, Hovannes Nalbandyan, Alan Persaud, Kristy L. Peters, Peter J. Petesch, Benson Pope, Lauren C. Robertson, Jennifer Schorgl, Laura V. Spector, Kellie A. Tabor, Alice H. Wang, Jessica N. Wimsatt, Michael S. Yellin

Massachusetts High Court Expands Employer Liability for Late Payment of Wages

USA - April 7 2022 In Reuter v. City of Methuen (April 4, 2022), the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court expanded an employer’s liability for the late payment of wages…

Christopher B. Kaczmarek, Stephen T. Melnick

“B Together” - Boston’s New Vaccination Mandate

USA - December 22 2021 On December 20, 2021, the City of Boston announced a new vaccination mandate, the “Temporary Order Requiring COVID-19 Vaccination for Indoor…

Stephen T. Melnick

The Trend Continues: Illinois Imposes Additional Prerequisites and Restrictions on Employers’ Use of Restrictive Covenants

USA - August 18 2021 In the last 10 years, states across the country have passed measures imposing new requirements and restrictions on employers wishing to use…

James M. Witz, Colton D. Long

President Biden Seeks to Regulate (and Potentially Ban) Non-Competes

USA - July 9 2021 On July 9, 2021, President Biden issued his Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy. Earlier in the day, the White House…

James M. Witz, James A. Paretti, Jr., Michael J. Lotito, Scott McDonald