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By Terrence Briggs
Desperate for an accomplishment in this first year of Republican control of the federal government, the Trump administration is floating two ideas that seem on their faces to be non-starters.
By Jennifer L. Garner
In law school, I wrote papers on the tax consequences of death and divorce for same-sex married couples.
By Scott Cashman
It is estimated that less than 20% of those affected by Hurricane Harvey, and a week later Hurricane Irma, had flood insurance. Home owner's and renter's insurance policies exclude damage caused by floods.
By Jennifer L. Garner
This question is the most recent culmination of a long line of military-related issues with the LGBT community that far pre-date the Trump Administration.
By Christopher Mehne, Kathryn E. Szewczyk
Blind trusts are typically associated with politicians who seek to avoid conflicts of interest while occupying public office.
By Terrence Briggs
Assuming that our readers read, watch, or listen to the news, then you already know what is happening.
By Robert G. Young
In an opinion issued on August 22, a federal judge in Washington, D.C., reiterated that a member of a protected class can, in fact, discriminate against members of that class. In Moore v. Howard University, a former security guard alleged that the university terminated his employment because of his race.
By Timothy Powell
On August 7, 2017, the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts dismissed a disability discrimination claim brought by a former employee against Harvard University, ruling that the employee had released all claims against the University when she accepted the terms of her separation agreement.
By Anthony Dragga
On August 2, 2017, a federal judge ruled that supervisors and managers can use their subordinates as "comparators" for lodging workplace discrimination suits against their employers.
By Jon Barooshian
A good point of sale ("POS") system is critical for any business engaged in sales to the public and having one in place goes a long way to ensuring that revenue and profits are being reported...
By Brian Mullin
A bill that would preserve and expand federal requirements for College and University programs to prevent and respond to sexual violence on campus is moving through the Massachusetts State Senate
By Brian Mullin
Massachusetts statute G. L. c. 151B prohibits, among other things, employers from discriminating on the basis of race, color, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender identity, or sexual orientation.
By Brian Mullin
A bill that would preserve and expand federal requirements for College and University programs to prevent and respond to sexual violence on campus is moving through the Massachusetts State Senate.
By Brian Mullin
In April, the Department of Criminal Justice Information Services (DCJIS) released amendments to the regulations governing access to and the use of information maintained in the Commonwealth's Criminal Offender Record Information System (CORI).
By Brian Mullin
Recent statements by Department of Education officials suggest new guidance is forthcoming with respect to enforcement of Title IX as applied to sexual misconduct on college campuses.