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…

Posted in Wage and Hour

Sweeping Changes to Enforcement of the Massachusetts Wage Laws May Be On the Horizon, and It’s Not Good News for Employers

From JDSupra, Barry Miller,, Molly Mooney,, and Alison Silveira discuss a bill in the Massachusetts legislature that…

Posted in Data Privacy/Cyber Security

Waiting on a new EU-US Privacy Shield

From JDSupra, Julia Kadish dicusses the framework that was recently announced to replace Privacy Shield, the mechanism…

Posted in Data Privacy/Cyber Security

Privacy & Cybersecurity Developments

From JDSupra, Sharon Klein, Alex Nisenbaum, and Karen Shin discuss recent privacy and cybersecurity developments. Sharon, Alex…

Posted in Data Privacy/Cyber Security

Top 10 Data Privacy Stories for 2022

From JDSupra, Jason Gavejian and Joseph Lazzarotti discuss some of the top data privacy stories for 2022….

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New Jersey Joins the Trend of Increasing Privacy Protections for an Employee’s Location

From JDSupra, Zoe Argento, Francis Kenny, and Spencer Soucy discuss new privacy legislation in New Jersey that…

Posted in Wage and Hour

Massachusetts Wage Update: SJC Overturns Years Of Precedent And Finds That Employers Must Automatically Pay Triple Damages If Wages Are Paid Even One Day Late

From JDSupra, Michael Gamboli, Alicia Samolis, and Joshua Xavier discuss a recebt case in which the Supreme…

Posted in Data Privacy/Cyber Security

US and Europe Announce Agreement on New Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework to Replace EU-US Privacy Shield

From JDSupra, David Anthony, Rachel Buck, Molly DiRago, Jonathan “Grady” Howe, Robyn Lin, and Lissette Payne report…

Posted in Wage and Hour

Massachusetts SJC: Employers Are Strictly Liable for Treble Damages for Late, Pre-Suit Wage Payments

From JDSupra, Lorenzo Cabantog and Diane Saunders discuss a recent case in which the SJC said an…

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Massachusetts SJC Upends Existing Law, Requires Treble Damages on Late-Paid Wages

From JDSupra, Andrew Silvia and Doublas Sweeney discuss a recent case in which the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial…

Posted in Independent Contractor

Massachusetts SJC Holds that Independent Contractor Statute Applies to Franchisees

From JDSupra, Michael Gamboli and Joshua Xavier discuss a recent ruling in which the Supreme Judicial Court…

Posted in Independent Contractor

Massachusetts High Court Deals Blow to Franchisors Seeking Judicial Exemption from That State’s Strict Independent Contractor Test, But All Is Not Lost

From JDSupra, Richard Reibstein discusses a recent ruling by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court that the independent…