On April 1, 2018, the Massachusetts Pregnant Worker Fairness Act (“PWFA”) went into effect. This new law mandates a variety of workplace accommodations for expecting and new mothers and ensures that they should not be subject to discrimination in relation to their pregnancy.
Employment Law for Companies
WLG provides a wide variety of employment law related services to employers, including day-to-day compliance counseling and defense of employee claims before state and federal agencies and courts. Mark also helps companies prepare and implement a broad range of employment-related contracts, including drafting, negotiation, and litigating disputes arising under contracts.
WLG has substantial experience in the area of post-employment restrictive covenants. Mark assists companies in the design and implementation of noncompete and other restrictive covenant programs. When disputes arise, Mark has litigated numerous cases involving restrictive covenant breaches.
Additional Employment Law For Companies Services
- Representation in Courts and Agencies
- Noncompetes and Restrictive Covenants
- Drafting and Negotiation of Employment-Related Contracts
- Compliance Advice and HR Consulting Services