Alerts & News

DOL Announces New Overtime Rule, Raising Salary Threshold for Exemption

Alerts & Advisories, Alerts & News, Legal Insights by Jeffrey L. Hirsch, Peter J. Moser, Jerome N. Weinstein, Michael C. Birch, Arielle B. Kristan, Mark Macchi, Charlotte Petilla

Key Takeways: HRW Roundtable about PFML

Alerts & Advisories, Client Roundtables, Events by Catherine E. Reuben, David B. Wilson

On Tuesday, September 17th, over 100 people attended HRW’s Roundtable about the Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave law. Our two guest speakers were: → William Alpine, Director of the Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave (DFML), provided a clear and practical summary of what... MORE

NLRB’s Proposed New Rule Aims to Remove Private College and University Students from NLRA Coverage

Alerts & Advisories, Alerts & News, Legal Insights by Jeffrey L. Hirsch, Peter J. Moser, Jerome N. Weinstein, Michael C. Birch, Arielle B. Kristan, Mark Macchi, Charlotte Petilla
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Nine HRW Attorneys Recognized in Best Lawyers in America (2020 Edition)

Alerts & News, Awards and Accolades, Events, HRW in the News by Erinn Larson

EEOC Component 2 Pay Data Portal Opened/Due September 30

Alerts & Advisories, Alerts & News, Legal Insights by Kathleen Berney

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