Part II in the new Fenway Law series, “Getting Back to the Workplace” — a guide for businesses emerging from COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. Part I covered Mandatory Vaccinations in the Workplace. Let’s talk about what the post-pandemic workplace might look like for office dwell…
New Massachusetts Sexual Misconduct Law Continues a Busy Year-Plus for Title IX Administrators in Higher Education Biden Administration Revisions, New …
Three Steps Toward Creating a More Equitable Workplace for Brewery Staff — Massachusetts Brewers Guild From our recent July 2021 guest post on the Mass…
West Roxbury Main Streets Program #Hungry2Help Boosts Sales at 12 Neighborhood Businesses, Raises Over $3,200 for Boston-Area Food Pantries In an era o…
Employers: take note that Juneteenth is now an official state holiday in Massachusetts. The June 19 holiday celebrates the day that news of the Emancip…
Fenway Law provides compliance advice for growing tech startups. Most employment and benefits laws apply once a company meets a minimum headcount. In t…
Professor Questioned College’s LGBTQ+ Policies in Promotion Denial; SJC Applies Two Recent Supreme Court Decisions on Ministerial Exception Last month,…
With Newly Confirmed Labor Secretary Marty Walsh, Workers Take the Spotlight Former Boston Mayor Marty Walsh was sworn in on Tuesday as the 29th Secret…
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