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April 12, 2022

Legal decisions on mandatory coronavirus vaccination policies favouring employers

George Vassos says arbitrators have largely favored employers’ vaccination policies, but employers don’t have carte blanche.

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April 12, 2022

Application of 'ABC Test' to Franchise Relationships May Cause 'Wave of Misclassification Litigation,' Employment Lawyers Say

Jim Paretti, Michael Lotito, Gary Lieberman and David Ostern are quoted on how the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court's ruling that the so-called "ABC test" in the independent contractor statute applies to the franchisee-franchisor relationship will imp

Press Release
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April 12, 2022

Littler’s SOAR Program Takes Off

The Littler SOAR Program pairs newly hired associates with a shareholder mentor to help them successfully integrate into the firm.

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April 12, 2022

Can CERB payment be deducted from wrongful dismissal damage award?

Rhonda Levy and George Vassos discuss a recent British Columbia Supreme Court case that directed an employee’s CERB payment to be deducted from wrongful dismissal damage awards.

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April 11, 2022

Rewriting Labor Law by Executive Fiat

Michael Lotito comments on a memo from the NLRB’s general counsel sent to NLRB field offices that bans employers from requiring employees to attend company meetings on company time.

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