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By Angelo A. Paparelli
The Social Security Administration has once again resumed issuing No-Match notices to employers.
By Rachel Bernasconi, Paul Cutrone, Ameena Majid, Peter Talibart
This is the first in a series of blogs dealing with modern slavery where we explore how companies can get ahead of the curve of the quickly changing legal landscape by educating themselves on their connection to this issue.
By Amanda Fry, David Kadue
Everything was smooth sailing with your latest greatest arbitration agreement, but then an employee refused to get on board.
By Daniel Klein, Ariel Cudkowicz, Molly Clayton Mooney, Christina Duszlak
In response to feedback from the public listening sessions held around the Commonwealth, as well as engagement efforts, the Massachusetts DFML announced several important changes this afternoon...
By Daniel Klein, Ariel Cudkowicz, Molly Clayton Mooney
As previously announced, yesterday, the Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave (DFML) made available the online application for private plan exemptions under the Paid Family and Medical Leave ("PFML") Law.
By Bethany Pelliconi, Pamela Vartabedian
The DLSE noted that the applicability of the ABC test turns on whether the IWC's employer definitions govern a particular claim
By Susan Ryan
Welcome back to The Week in Weed, your Friday look at what's happening in the world of legalized marijuana.
By Brett Bartlett
Last month, we learned of the death of Paul Rawlinson, global chairman of Baker McKenzie. At 56, Rawlinson took a medical leave six months ago, citing health concerns related to exhaustion.
By Daniel Klein, Ariel Cudkowicz, Molly Clayton Mooney, Christina Duszlak
In important breaking news, the Massachusetts DFML has changed its position and has confirmed that employers may receive approval of a private paid family or medical leave plan even if the plan does not provide paid...
By Alexander Passantino, Kevin Young
This week's edition of Regulatory Spring marks our first of three installments on the Department of Labor's proposed "regular rate" rule. This is also our first audio installment of the series.
By John Tomaszewski, Edward (Ted) Murphree
In prior posts, we've commented on the California Consumer Privacy Act ("CCPA"), likening it, and its Texas ‘flavored' variant(s), to ‘elephants in the room'.
By James Curtis, Daniel R. Birnbaum, Patrick Joyce, Matthew A. Sloan, Adam Young, Craig Simonsen
The growth of the gig economy has transformed the modern workforce and upended traditional models for developing a workplace safety culture and worker safety training. New and inexperienced workers confront evolving safety hazards.
By Jeffrey Glaser, Katherine Smallwood
The Motor Carrier Act exemption to the FLSA ("MCE") is a powerful defense against overtime claims brought by interstate truck drivers and others involved in the interstate shipment of goods.
By Dana Peterson, Jared Speier
But before employers allow their employees to be homebodies, there are several issues to consider.
By Dawn Mertineit, Katherine Perrelli, Scott E. Atkinson, Andrew Stark
Washington state has joined the ranks of an ever-growing number of states that impose significant restrictions on employee non-compete agreements.
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