Date and Time: Wednesday, May 22, 2019 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Location: Social Law Library, John Adams Courthouse, One Pemberton Square, Boston, MA
Program Fee: $65
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:
United States Supreme Court decisions regarding: ADEA coverage of state and local agencies; the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) and exemption of "contracts of employment" from Section 1; FAA allows parties to assign arbitrability determination to arbitrator or court; arbitration agreements between employers and employees are enforceable.
Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court decisions regarding: WARN Act damages are not "wrongfully withheld earned wages" subject to Massachusetts Wage Act; police officers convicted of criminal offenses not disqualified from receiving retirement benefits; denial of a lateral transfer can amount to "adverse employment action" under M.G.L.c.151B, Section 4; definition of "prevailing party" under the Massachusetts Wage Act; "Employee" definition under M.G.L.c.
152 governs workers' compensation matters, not the independent contractor statute, M.G.L.c.149, Section 1488; Non-compete dispute between California based employee and a Massachusetts employer was governed by California law.
-NationalLabor Relations Board and Appeals Court rulings involving independent contractor/employee definitions and joint employer standard and Post Boeing NLRB General Counsel Memorandumon employee handbooks
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-U. S. Department of Labor- newly proposed Part 541 "exempt" salary test regulations
-U. S. Department of Labor - Rescission of 2016 interpretation of "advice" under Labor Management Reporting and DisclosureAct (LMRDA)
-Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave - Part of the 2018 "Grand Bargain"
-Massachusetts Equal Pay Act - Rowe v. Boston Symphony Orchestra -Massachusetts Non-Competition Agreement Act - M.G.L.c.149, Section 24L
-Top 10 OSHA Violations Nationwide
-MCAD and EEOC Update