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By Jennifer Parent
The US Supreme Court recently announced it accepted three cases that will determine the scope of "sex" discrimination under federal law.
By Jennifer Parent
In an opinion letter dated April 29, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor explained that some service providers working for a virtual marketplace company are independent contractors under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
By Andrew P. Botti
For several decades the Massachusetts overtime statute, G.L. c. 151, §1A, required generally that an employee
By Caitlin G. McCurdy
Q: I normally donate $5,000 to charity every year, but this year my tax preparer suggested I create a donor-advised fund to maximize my tax deduction. What is a donor-advised fund and how does it work
By Alexandra Geiger
April 2, 2019 marked the 13th anniversary of Equal Pay Day, a day first recognized by the National Committee on Pay Equity to raise awareness of the gender wage gap.
By Linda Garey, Audrey G. Young
Notwithstanding this landscape, the family limited partnership as a planning strategy remains viable and offers many benefits.
By Andrew P. Botti
The Supreme Judicial Court has just recently made it abundantly clear that for liability to hold under the Massachusetts Wage Act, G.L. c. 149, §148,
By Ramey Sylvester
Q: I am considering purchasing a small company that employs foreign national employees. What should I be concerned about from an immigration standpoint?
By John Weaver
Last fall, Reuters reported that Amazon had developed a hiring tool that used artificial intelligence to review job candidates to make hiring decisions, but that the program discriminated against women
By Cameron Shilling
Information security needs to become an operational func­tion of every law firm, just like accounting, human resources, and firm management. Large firms commonly employ non-attorneys ...
By Patience E. Morrow
Many issues that faced same-sex couples prior to the Supreme Court's 2015 decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, which recognized the rights of same-sex couples to marry nationally, have been alleviated but some still remain.
By Adam Hamel
The Massachusetts Wage Act provides that an employee who "prevails" in an action to recover unpaid wages "shall … be awarded the costs of the litigation and reasonable attorneys' fees."
By Catherine Yao
Question: I am in the process of developing a trademark for my brand. I have been told that the cost of conducting a preliminary screening or knockout search and the cost for filing ...
By Adam Hamel
Last week, the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division issued an Opinion Letter in which it stated that an employer may not delay the designation of leave qualifying under the Family
By Dawn Gagnon
The issue of client identification is foundational and unique to the ethical practice of elder and special needs law
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