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Jeffrey L. Hirsch, Esq.
Author of Labor and Employment Law in Massachusetts
Partner, Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP
You will learn the latest statutory, regulatory and judicial developments involving:
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- The Newly enacted Domestic Leave Law
- The Newly enacted Parental Leave Law
- The Newly enacted Paid Sick Days Law
- Complex Issues concerning Medical Marijuana
- Discussion of scope of the Federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA)
U.S. Supreme Court cases involving: (1) light duty and pregnancy; (2) the
National Labor Relations Board; and (3) public employee rights under the
- First Circuit cases (1) ruling that a Boston Police Department's drug testing
program had a disparate impact on the basis of race and (2) ruling that an
employer violated the Fair Labor Standards Act by improperly failing to pay
overtime after labeling a portion of employee pay "per diem" and failing to
include that amount when calculating overtime and (3) concerning employer
liability under Title VII for sexual harassment involving co-worker
- Recent Developments with the NLRB, including newly announced election
rules, recent micro-unit cases, recent NLRB decision on email usage by
- Report on President Obama's Executive Order Protecting LGBT Employees in
- Review of Recent Organizing Efforts by Adjunct Faculty In New England and
Throughout the U.S.
- Report from The Massachusetts Joint Enforcement Task Force on Employee