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By Robert G. Young
In a decision issued on March 12, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia rejected an NLRB order that sought to require the University of Southern California ...
By Chelsie A. Vokes
On March 21, 2019, President Trump signed the Executive Order on Improving Free Inquiry, Transparency, and Accountability at Colleges and Universities (the "Order").
By Mark Borenstein
On November 1, 2018, the City of Worcester License Commission amended the rules and regulations for establishments that serve alcoholic beverages to be consumed on-premises.
By Bowditch Attorneys
In Massachusetts, both state and federal laws require employers to pay workers overtime pay for all hours worked in excess of 40 in a workweek at a rate not less than time and one-half
By Robert G. Young
Typically, brewers prefer to keep the law out of their beer. But sometimes, beer and the law can intersect for the good.
By Lynette Paczkowski
In a prior post, we discussed a case against the University of Notre Dame in which the alleged victim argued that Notre Dame's actions ...
By Andrew Bartholomew
We heard it through the grapevine that a new bill seeks to nip in the bud the blossoming trend of beer gardens.
By Jacob Tosti
In a prior blog post, we discussed some of the latest legal challenges to the operation and limits of the currently-prevailing affirmative action principles set forth in the 2013 United States Supreme Court case...
By Bowditch Attorneys
Legislation currently pending in the Massachusetts Senate would expand the reach of the Commonwealth's employment discrimination statute ...
By Lynette Paczkowski
The National Collegiate Athletic Association ("NCAA") governance structure consists of legislative bodies,
By Chelsie A. Vokes
In the wake of the recent high-profile closures of nonprofit colleges in Massachusetts, Massachusetts's Board of Higher Education (BHE) ...
By Chelsie A. Vokes, Amy Condon
On January 23, the Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave (the "Department") published draft regulations (the "Regulations") regarding the newly created Paid Family and Medical Leave
By Mark Powers
Attorney Mark Powers addresses the dicey issue of what creditors can do when their counterparties file for bankruptcy in a recent article for the Worcester Business Journal
By Bowditch Attorneys
On January 29, 2019, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court issued a significant opinion liberally construing the scope and meaning of the phrase "adverse employment action".
By Amy Condon, Chelsie A. Vokes
On January 23, the Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave published draft regulations regarding the newly created Paid Family and Medical Leave Program.
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