Posted in Independent Contractor

Massachusetts High Court Nixes App-Based Driver Ballot Question 

From JDSupra, Jeffrey Fritz and Joshua Nadreau discuss the recent decision by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court that does not allow an…

Posted in Wage and Hour

U.S. Court of Appeals Offers Guidance on Applicability of Massachusetts Wage and Hour Laws to Out-of-State Workers

From JDSupra, Stephen Melnick discuss a recent case in which the First Circuit Court of Appeals said…

Posted in Data Privacy/Cyber Security

Massachusetts Information Security and Privacy Act Sent to “Study” 

From JDSupra, Daniel Connelly and Cynthia Larose report that the Massachusetts privacy bill has been sent to…

Posted in Employment Law Immigration

Operators of Key West Labor Staffing Company Sentenced to Prison for Tax Conspiracy and Immigration Crimes

The United States Department of Justice announces the sentences for Key West staffing agency owners. for tax…

Posted in Trade Secrets and Unfair Competition

Court Awards Employer Over $1 Million for Former Employee’s Breach of Nonsolicitation Clause

Staffing companies are often concerned that their salespeople will leave ant solicit their customers on behalf of…

Posted in Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Immigration

Justice Department Secures Settlement with Consulting Agency to Resolve Immigration-Related Discrimination Claims

The United States Department of Justice setlles a case in which an agency was alleged to have…

Posted in Employment Law Whistleblower and Retaliation

Massachusetts Appeals Court Rejects Whistleblower’s Constructive Discharge Claim

From JDSupra, Francesco (Fran) DeLuca and Gregory Keating discuss a recent case in which the court said…

Posted in Data Privacy/Cyber Security

New Privacy Shield Framework in the Works, Favoring Continuity Over Change for Businesses

From JDSupra, Jeremy Meisinger discussed the announcement of an agreement to replace Privacy Shield allow personal data…

Posted in Independent Contractor Wage and Hour

Massachusetts High Court Issues Three Major Wage and Hour Decisions

From JDSupra, Celina Antonellis, Keri Engelman, Siobhan Mee, Mary Grace Parsons, and Douglas Schwarz discuss three recent…

Posted in Data Privacy/Cyber Security

Connecticut Likely to Become Fifth State to Enact Comprehensive Consumer Privacy Law

From JDSupra, Jason Gavejian and Joseph Lazzarotti discuss the statute passed by the Connecticut legislature and sent…

Posted in Data Privacy/Cyber Security

Top Takeaways From the International Association of Privacy Professionals Global Privacy Summit

From JDSupra Kevin Pomfret and Williams Mullen report on the International Asssociation of Privacy Professionals’ Global Privacy Summit and…

Posted in Data Privacy/Cyber Security

The Future of Privacy Regulation

From JDSupra, Kirk Nahra discusses the future of privacy regulations. Kirk writes: U.S. privacy law is undergoing…