Author: Aimee E. Bierman

Emotional Distress

Emotional Distress Damages Not Recoverable Under Anti-Discrimination Statutes, Including Section 504, Title VI, and Title IX

Wage and Hour Law

Wage Act Updates: Massachusetts’ Highest Court Finds Limited FLSA Preemption of Wage Act Remedies and Employers Should Prepare for Potential Wage-Related Changes to Come

signing Violence Against Women Act

Violence Against Women Act Reauthorized: What It Means for Higher Ed

Chelsie Vokes

Chelsie Vokes Writes “If SCOTUS Bans Affirmative Action, How Will We Achieve Diversity?” for the New England Board of Higher Education

Brigid Harrington

Brigid Harrington Writes “Pandemic-Caused Shift to Remote Learning Has Led to Novel Civil Rights Issues” for the New England Board of Higher Education

College acceptance letter

Race-Conscious Admissions Policies Set for Review by Supreme Court

Man with arm around woman in business setting

Client Alert: Congress Approves Limits on Arbitration Agreements and Joint-Action Waivers for Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault Claims

A Covid-19 E-Alert.

Client Alert: Supreme Court Rules on COVID-19 Vaccine/Testing Requirements – Big Business Mandate Blocked, Health Care Mandate Revived

A Covid-19 E-Alert.

Client Alert: Updates Relating to OSHA’s Emergency Vaccination/Testing Requirements for Employers with 100 or More Employees and the CDC’s New Isolation and Quarantine Guidelines

Law Update 2022

13th Annual Employment Law Update (Webinars)

A black and a white person pulling on a rope.

When Race Meets Sex: Can Employment Decisions Regarding Sexual Misconduct Give Rise to Discrimination Claims?

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Supervisors and Managers Can Use Subordinates as “Comparators” in Workplace Discrimination Cases

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