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Navigating the Job Interview: Spotting and Responding to Potentially Unlawful Interview Questions

By Brian J. MacDonough and David I. Brody on October 1, 2019
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Largely gone are the days when employers could blatantly make hiring decisions based upon unlawful factors, like the sign in... Read More »

Cases to Watch: United States Supreme Court to Decide Whether Title VII’s Prohibition against Sex Discrimination Protects LGBTQ Individuals

By Brian J. MacDonough and Jaclyn L. McNeely on October 1, 2019
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The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear three cases on October 8, 2019 that will determine whether Title VII’s... Read More »

Our “Top Five to Ten” List of Important Recent Cases

By David I. Brody and Nancy S. Shilepsky on October 1, 2019
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In order to keep our readers abreast of recent developments and legal trends, we are continuing our “top five to... Read More »

Brian J. MacDonough and Jaclyn L. McNeely published in MarketWatch on protecting your career

By Brian J. MacDonough and Jaclyn L. McNeely on August 27, 2019

Brian J. MacDonough, co-chair of the firm's Employment Department, and Jaclyn L. McNeeley, associate, were published in a MarketWatch article... Read More »

Fiduciary Duties: Expansion of Protections for Shareholder-Professionals

By David I. Brody and Nancy S. Shilepsky on June 18, 2019
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As a general rule in Massachusetts, the officers and directors of a corporation do not owe fiduciary duties to individual... Read More »

Our “Top Five to Ten” List of Important Recent Cases

By Sherin and Lodgen on June 18, 2019
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In order to keep our readers abreast of recent developments and legal trends, we are continuing our “top five to... Read More »

The Embattled Executive: Strategies for Protecting Compensation and Careers

By Brian J. MacDonough and Jaclyn L. McNeely on June 18, 2019
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In the not so distant past, it was not uncommon for successful executives and professionals to spend decades, if not... Read More »

Sherin and Lodgen’s Employment Law Department Recognized by Chambers USA

By Sherin and Lodgen on April 29, 2019
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Sherin and Lodgen LLP was recently ranked for Labor & Employment: Mainly Plaintiffs Representation in the 2019 edition of Chambers... Read More »

Our “Top Five to Ten” List of Important Recent Cases

By Sherin and Lodgen on March 11, 2019
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In an effort to keep our newsletter readers abreast of recent developments and legal trends, we are continuing our “top... Read More »

“But I Can’t Prove It.” Yes You Can, With Circumstantial Evidence

By David I. Brody and Jaclyn L. McNeely on March 11, 2019
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It is impossible to count the number of times we have heard an employee say, “I know something is wrong... Read More »