Labor & Employment (LE)

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The MBA’s Labor & Employment Law Section is designed to bring together representatives of employees, employers, labor organizations, the neutral sector, state and federal agencies, arbitrators and mediators to provide a forum for all segments of the labor and employment bar.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Hot Topics for In-House Counsel

The Massachusetts Bar Association is presenting its 11th Annual In-House Counsel Conference on Friday, December 6, 2013 from 9:15 AM-1 PM at the Massachusetts Bar Association, 20 West Street, Boston,... MORE

Legislative Initiatives Impacting Massachusetts Employers and Employees

Representatives Thomas P. Conroy and Lori A. Ehrlich, House Chair and Vice Chair of the Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development will be guest speakers at an open meeting on October 28th from... MORE

Q&A with IN-House Employment Counsel

May 14, 2013 12-1:30 pm
MBA, 20 West St., Boston


As a member of the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Labor & Employment... MORE

Q&A

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UPCOMING MBA EVENTS

  1. How to Open a Real Estate Practice

    Apr 17, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    Boston, MA
  2. Digital Forensics For Litigators

    Apr 22, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    Boston, MA
  3. 35th Annual Labor and Employment Law Spring Conference

    Apr 24, 1:00 PM - 5:30 PM
    Boston, MA
  4. Central MA Health Care Conference

    Apr 30, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    Worcester, MA
  5. Mock Trial: Current Issues under Padilla v. Kentucky

    May 5, 10:46 AM - 10:46 AM
    Boston, MA

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RECENT BLOGS

  • John Tocci

    Mandating flu immunization of health care workers: Not the best medicine

    Labor & Employment (LE)

    Nationally, the United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that influenza has caused, or been a substantial contributor to, well over 100 deaths, including 20 reported pediatric deaths. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has reported more than 6,000 reported flu cases this season and 20 flu-related deaths in the commonwealth. The city of Boston has confirmed over 700 flu cases this season, including four deaths, leading Mayor Thomas M. Menino to declare a public... MORE

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  • Sheryl Eisenberg

    Secretary Goldstein Featured as Keynote at Labor & Employment Open Meeting

    Labor & Employment (LE)

    The work of the Joint Task Force on the Underground Economy and Employee Misclassification, the investigation of the $418 million Marriott Copley Place renovation that led to wage and hour fines, and the possibility of legislation expanding the reach of the state's wage and hour laws were discussed by Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development Secretary Joanne F. Goldstein at an open meeting of the Massachusetts Bar Association's Labor & Employment Section on Wednesday, Jan. 8.... MORE

    2 people recommend this.

LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LEADERSHIP


Sheryl D. Eisenberg (left), chair
John F. Tocci (right), vice chair


Learn more about MBA Section Leadership.

LATEST MBA ON DEMAND PROGRAMS


MEMBER OF THE MONTH

Jayne B. Tyrrell, executive director of the Massachusetts Interest on Lawyers' Trust Accounts program, is the the June Access to Justice Member of the Month.

Tyrrell's dedication to the core values of the section inspires everyone who comes in contact with her," MBA President Edward W. McIntyre said.


Tyrrell has worked with IOLTA for nearly two decades. After first approving
IOLTA as a voluntary program in 1985, the Supreme Judicial Court made it mandatory in 1989. Tyrrell was hired as a consultant at that time to help with the transition of the new requirements of all participating attorneys to keep nominal, short-term client deposits in interest-bearing accounts. Following that transition, she accepted the offer to serve as executive director and 20 years later, remains passionate about her influential role.

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