The Supremes: A Review of Recent Labor and Employment Decisions at the U.S. Supreme Court and Supreme Judicial Court (6/16/2020)

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Product No: 35475
Duration: 1.12 Hours
Publish Date : 6/16/2020

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Join us once again for a lively discussion of the recent employment decisions from the Supreme Judicial Court and the U.S. Supreme Court.  Among the decisions to be discussed are the SJC’s recent decision in Parker v. EnerNoc, holding that future commissions a terminated employee would have earned but for her retaliatory termination were subject to trebling under the Massachusetts Wage Act, and Sullivan v, Sleepy’s LLC, in which the SJC decided that commission-based, non-exempt employees have a right to separate and additional payments for overtime hours.  Notable recent employment cases decided by the U.S. Supreme Court will also be covered.


Christopher Feudo
Foley Hoag LLP

Barbara A. Robb
Hartley Michon Robb, LLP

David Isaac Brody
Sherin and Lodgen LLP

Lyndsey M. Kruzer
Choate Hall & Stewart LLP

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