Alerts & News

Aligning Your FMLA Policy with the New Massachusetts Paid Family Medical Leave Law

Alerts & Advisories, Alerts & News, HRW in the News, Legal Insights by Catherine Reuben, Peter Moser

The DOL Revises FFCRA Regulations: What Employers Should Know

Alerts & Advisories, Alerts & News, COVID-19 Resource Center, HRW in the News, Legal Insights by Kathleen Berney

The United States Department of Labor (“DOL”) has issued revised regulations concerning paid leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (“FFCRA”). The revisions, effective September 16, 2020, were made in response to an August 3, 2020, federal district court decision in New York invalidating... MORE

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HRW’s Janette A. Ekanem Becomes President of the Massachusetts Black Women Attorneys

Alerts & News by Erinn Larson

BOSTON, MA – Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP is proud to announce that Janette A. Ekanem was elected the President of the Massachusetts Black Women Attorneys (MBWA) effective this month. Janette A. Ekanem represents businesses, nonprofits, human service providers, colleges, universities, and other entities in a... MORE

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HRW Elects Richard Loftus and Elizabeth Monnin-Browder to Partnership

Alerts & News by Erinn Larson

BOSTON, MA – Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP is proud to announce that Richard Loftus and Elizabeth Monnin-Browder were elected to the partnership effective September 1, 2020. Richard Loftus advises and represents his clients on an array of employment-related issues, including wage and hour disputes, employment... MORE

New PFMLL Regulations/Big Picture Issues for Employers

Alerts & Advisories, Alerts & News, HRW in the News, Legal Insights by Catherine Reuben

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