|New York Passes Law Requiring Employers to Provide Notice to Employees of Electronic Monitoring||December 1, 2021||Christopher Feudo, Christian Garcia||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Minimum Wage Increased to $15 Per Hour for Federal Contractors||November 30, 2021||Christopher Feudo, Samuel R. Hoff||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Department of Labor Issues New Rule Limiting Use of Tip Credits||November 1, 2021||Christopher Feudo, James Fullmer||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Biden Administration Tightens Enforcement of Tip Regulations||September 30, 2021||Christopher Feudo, James Fullmer||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Biden Administration Announces Sweeping New COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements for Private Employers and Health Care Facilities||September 10, 2021||Christopher Feudo, Ross Margulies, Christian Garcia||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Broadly Interprets Anti-Retaliation Provision of Domestic Violence Leave Statute||August 27, 2021||Christopher Feudo, Natalie Panariello||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Rules Mislabeled Administrative Fee Must Be Paid to Service Employees under Tips Act||August 25, 2021||Christopher Feudo, Seth Reiner||Labor and Employment Alert|
|U.S. Department of Labor Rescinds Trump Joint Employer Rule||August 3, 2021||Christopher Feudo, Mary Kate Sexton||Labor and Employment Alert|
|President Biden Takes First Step to Limit Non-Compete Agreements Nationally||July 14, 2021||Michael L. Rosen, Allison Anderson||Labor and Employment Alert|
|Massachusetts Enacts COVID-19-Related Emergency Paid Sick Law||June 3, 2021||Christopher Feudo, James Fullmer||Labor and Employment Alert|
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