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Employee fired for photographing vendor’s drunk CEO revives claim that real motive was sexual harassment complaint
By Marjorie Johnson, J.D. Suspicious timing and inconsistent statements created a triable issue as to whether an employee was terminated in retaliation for filing an internal complaint against a sales
Female worker denied severance pay not similarly situated to male coworkers granted severance earlier
By Kathleen Kapusta, J.D. Not only did an employer’s circumstances materially change between the time the last proposed male comparator sought severance pay and the time the employee first sought seve
Employee’s commission compensation constituted ‘wages’ under Massachusetts Wage Act
By Ronald Miller, J.D. Finding a jury could reasonably conclude that an employee’s commissions for the sale of large-scale solar installation projects were covered under the Massachusetts Wage Act, th
Former news anchor’s settlement terms with Fox compel arbitration of her defamation suit against O’Reilly
By Joy P. Waltemath, J.D. Although Bill O’Reilly was not a party to the settlement agreement between a former Fox News anchor and Fox, which settled numerous sexual harassment claims against O’Reilly