John McLafferty, Erika Cagney and Emily Zandy contributed a chapter to Drafting Employment Documents in Massachusetts (MCLE, Inc., 3rd ed. 2015) published by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education on February 13. The chapter, entitled "Drafting Separation and Settlement Agreements: The Employer's Perspective," highlights many of the issues that arise in drafting separation agreements and resolving employment-related disputes.
Theresa Kelly and Howard Fetner wrote an article, "AARP Lawsuit Puts EEOC In An Awkward Position," for Law360.
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Rachel Gonzalez, Mary Rogers and Patrick McCarthy wrote an article "NLRB Eases Organizing of Temporary Workers" for CBIA’s H&R Safety Newsletter on the impact of the recent decision of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).
Kathy Lawler and Ajay Gogna wrote an article, "Employer Wellness Programs: A Look At The New Rules," for Law360. The article analyzes and offers best practices for employers to comply with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s final regulation under Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) as they relate to employer wellness programs.
James Leva was quoted in an article, "CT gets on board with e-pay cards," in The Hartford Business Journal.
James Leva was quoted in an article, "New payday option in Conn. — put it on plastic," in The Stamford Advocate.
David Doyle was quoted in an article, "Numbers and High Stakes for Executive Compensation Lawyers," in The New Jersey Law Journal. The article is about the important role executive compensation lawyers play in the boardroom, especially in the midst of pending changes to federal regulation in the financial industry and publicized pay jumps.
David Doyle was quoted in an article, "Independent researchers seen easing DOL fiduciary burden for brokers," in InvestmentNews.
John McLafferty was quoted in an article,"New pay equity law offers fertile ground for litigation," in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.