Massachusetts Earned Sick Time Law Seminar – July 16 at Holy Cross

On July 1, 2015, the Massachusetts Earned Sick Time Law takes effect.  As many of you are aware, the Attorney General’s Office has been busy hosting public hearings concerning their proposed regulations related to the Earned Sick Time Law.  Mirick O’Connell testified at one of the public hearings and has been in close contact with the Attorney General’s Office in order to not only convey client concerns associated with implementation of the new law, but also to better understand the legal landscape related to implementation of the law and the anticipated final regulations.

Now that the public comment period has closed, the Attorney General will be issuing its final regulations, which are expected to be officially released on July 3, 2015.  Once the final regulations are issued, employers will need to ensure that their current policies are updated or that they implement new policies that comply with the new law and regulations.

Please join Mirick O’Connell Attorneys Jonathan Sigel and Corey Higgins for an in-depth discussion of the final regulations and how best to ensure your company is in compliance with the new law.

Is your company ready for the new Massachusetts Earned Sick Time Law?  Do you have questions about the steps your organization needs to take in order to comply with the new law?  If so, please clink on this link to register for our upcoming seminar on the final regulations to the new law Registration Link.  The program begins at 7:30 a.m. on July 16, 2015 at the Hogan Center at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester.

About David Fine

David is an partner in the firm's Litigation Group and is chair of the Construction Law Group. David serves as litigation counsel for contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and other business concerns within the construction industry. He regularly advises his clients on matters such as contract drafting and dispute resolution, surety bond claims, mechanics liens and bid protests. David works closely with a number of local and regional trade organizations, and he often lectures and writes about topics pertinent to the construction industry.
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