Tag Archives: Terence P. McCourt

Massachusetts Enacts Pregnant Workers Fairness Act

On July 27, 2017, Massachusetts Governor Charles Baker signed into law “An Act Establishing the Massachusetts Pregnant Workers Fairness Act.” The new law (i) prohibits discrimination against employees on the basis of pregnancy or a condition related to pregnancy and (ii) requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations to expectant and new mothers in the workplace. … Continue Reading

Greenberg Traurig Attorneys Recognized by Human Resource Executive, Lawdragon as ‘Most Powerful’ Employment Attorneys

Greenberg Traurig’s Peter Zinober, Laura Foote Reiff, Charles S. Birenbaum, James N. Boudreau, David Long-Daniels, Jonathan L. Sulds, Terence P. McCourt, Todd D. Wozniak, and Kate Kalmykov were recently recognized by Human Resource Executive, in a report researched by the Lawdragon organization for their work in employment and traditional labor law. In 2014, Peter W. … Continue Reading

Workplace Implications of the Massachusetts Recreational Marijuana Law

On Nov. 8, 2016, Massachusetts voters passed Question 4, which legalizes the recreational use of marijuana (Recreational Use Law). The Recreational Use Law follows passage of a 2012 Massachusetts ballot question which legalized the medicinal use of marijuana. Please see our previous May 15, 2013 GT Alert, What Does the Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Act Mean … Continue Reading

Massachusetts Enacts Comprehensive Pay Equity Law

On Aug. 1, 2016, Massachusetts Governor Baker signed into law the “Act to Establish Pay Equity.” The new law is intended to address the gender wage gap by strengthening the pay disparity prohibitions under existing law. The Pay Equity Act also provides employers the opportunity to assert an affirmative defense to wage claims based on … Continue Reading
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