Contributor Page
McLane Middleton, Professional Association
Email  |  Website  |  Articles
Contact Details
Tel: +1 603 6256464
Fax: +1 603 6255650
Nine Hundred Elm Street
PO Box 326
New Hampshire
03105 0326
United States
By Beth Deragon
One thing is certain: employees will become pregnant and will need time off. With that certainty in mind and coupled with the fact that the number of pregnancy leave claims ...
By Jennifer Parent
In what some believe the first federal trial over the classification of this new 21st Century worker, a federal district court found a Grubhub driver an independent contractor rather than an employee.
By Jennifer Parent
My company has some small, short-term projects we need help on later this year.
By Charla Bizios Stevens
The U.S. Department of Labor recently initiated a nationwide pilot program referred to as the Payroll Audit Independent Determination ("PAID") program
By Beth Deragon
Federal laws also prohibit pay inequality and discrimination in pay based on gender.
By Adam Hamel
The Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires that covered employees who work more than forty hours in a week be paid overtime.
By Jeremy Walker
For my business' website, I often use fairly generic photos I find on Google Images or other internet sites. So long as the photos I use do not have the © notice, am I safe from claims of copyright infringement?
By Adam Hamel
The law would be enforced by a city agency, and violations would be punishable by fines ranging from $50 to $2,500 per incident.
By Adam Hamel
Every one of the test's six requirements had to be met in order for a person to be seen as a true intern by the Department of Labor.
By Steven Burke, Catherine Hines
Only a third of family businesses survive from the founding generation to the next.
By Beth Deragon
Your business advertised for an open position and you just interviewed the perfect person for the job
By Caitlin G. McCurdy
When it comes to making long-term financial decisions, there's a cautionary expression that communicates the importance of planning: if you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice.
By Rachel Adams Ladeau
I am the president of a company that has around 60 employees. Since the "#metoo" movement got started, all my male managers are walking on eggshells.
By Charla Bizios Stevens
The EEOC announced on February 27, 2018 that it had reached a settlement in the agency's first lawsuit alleging that parental leave policies which granted more rights to mothers discriminated against new fathers.
By John Rich, Jr.
In addition to the well-publicized tax cuts for individuals and corporations contained in the federal tax legislation enacted on December 22, 2017, informally known Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 ...
Contributor's Topics