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Don’t Let Down Your Guard: An Object Lesson In Dealing With Government Investigators

USA - December 17 2018 Every time we turn on the news recently, it seems there is a new government investigation being taken up. Putting aside any political angles, these...


Do You Pay Overtime for On-Call Work? A Cautionary Tale

USA - November 9 2018 Many employers are intimidated by the myriad rules, regulations and exemptions contained within the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). History shows...


Don’t Get Stuck in the Political Bubble

USA - September 24 2018 There is a famous quote attributed to New York film critic Pauline Kael about the 1972 presidential election: “I can’t believe Nixon won. I don’t know...


Does Your Non-Compete Agreement Survive Under Massachusetts’ New Non-Compete Law?

USA - August 14 2018 The Bay State’s long-anticipated non-compete law has finally hit the books. After years of debate, speculation, and worry, the final result does not...


Seventh Circuit Revisits Contractor Misclassification

USA - June 28 2018 Courts in the U.S. have been grappling with the misclassification of independent contractors for more than 20 years. As our readers well know, there...