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By Adam Hamel
Last November, a Federal District Court Judge in Texas issued a nationwide injunction preventing changes to the overtime rules under the Fair Labor Standards Act ("FLSA") from going into effect.
By Jennifer Parent
Whistleblowers are employees who raise or report concerns about an employer's unlawful activity or conduct that is a danger to public safety or health.
By Ashley Scott
My family has a lake house with no frontage on the water, but we have always used a path across our neighbor's land to access the beach.
By Catherine Yao
Picture this: you are ready to launch your new business, you've picked a name/mark that you feel represents the soul of your company...
By Adam Hamel
One of the key provisions of the new Massachusetts Equal Pay Act (which goes into effect on July 1, 2018) is that it prohibits employers from requiring prospective employees to disclose their salary history.
By Beth Deragon
On June 27, 2017, U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta announced that the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) will reinstate the issuance of opinion letters.
By Charla Bizios Stevens
At the conclusion of the Obama presidency there remained two open seats on the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB").
By Charla Bizios Stevens
In follow up to my June 19, 2017 post regarding the trials and tribulations of the workplace culture at Uber, it now appears that the previously announced leave of absence of CEO Travis Kalanick is permanent.
By Jeremy Walker
It is common knowledge that those who manufacture or sell counterfeit goods may face both criminal and civil liability.
By Charla Bizios Stevens
On June 13, 2017, Uber released to its employees excerpts of a damning independent investigation report authored by independent investigators Eric Holder and Tammy Albarran, attorneys with the law firm of...
By Joshua P. Lanzetta
My family wants to construct an in-law apartment for my aging mother, but our town's zoning bylaws have not been updated to reflect New Hampshire's new law allowing accessory dwelling units.
By Charla Bizios Stevens
The US Department of Labor ("DOL") announced today that Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta has withdrawn the DOL's 2015 and 2016 informal guidance on joint employment and independent contractors.
By Benjamin B. Folsom
I am concerned that a medical condition is impacting an employee's performance. Am I allowed to require the employee to get a medical examination to determine whether she can do her job?
By Charla Bizios Stevens
Increasingly, businesses of all types and sizes employ workers in multiple states.
By Cameron Shilling
Cyber attacks and costly accidental losses of sensitive personal and financial information are no longer confined to retailers like Target or Sony or banks and investment houses like JP Morgan.
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