Alerts & News

What Employers Need to Know About the Massachusetts COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave

Alerts & Advisories, Alerts & News, COVID-19 Resource Center, Legal Insights by Mark Macchi, Catherine Reuben, Alexandra Mitropoulos

On May 28, 2021, Governor Baker signed into law An Act Providing for Massachusetts COVID-19 Emergency Paid Sick Leave (the “Act”), which requires employers to provide up to forty (40) hours of Emergency Paid Sick Leave to employees with a primary place of employment in... MORE

Governor Baker’s Announcement Lifting COVID-19 Restrictions

Alerts & Advisories, Alerts & News, COVID-19 Resource Center, Legal Insights by Mark Macchi, Kathleen Berney, Catherine Reuben, David Wilson

On Monday, May 17, 2021, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced that effective May 29, 2021 the COVID-19 restrictions previously put in place will be lifted, with caveats concerning face coverings in certain settings. This is a drastic acceleration from the previously announced reopening timeline, which originally... MORE

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HRW Proudly Welcomes Alicia Ward and John Arnold

Alerts & News, HRW in the News by Erinn Larson
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HRW’s Jeffrey Hirsch Named a 2021 “Go To Employment Lawyer”

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

DOL Issues Guidance, Including Model Documents, for Implementing ARPA’s COBRA Subsidy

Alerts & Advisories, Alerts & News, COVID-19 Resource Center, Legal Insights by Samuel Gates, Peter Moser

As discussed in our recent client alert on the new COBRA subsidy, a provision of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) requires employers to pay COBRA premiums for eligible employees who lost group health coverage due to reduced hours or involuntary termination and employers will... MORE

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