Massachusetts Sexual Harassment Statute of Limitations

Posted On December 5, 2017 by Administrator in Business Law

Due to recent allegations of sexual misconduct against several public figures such as Matt Lauer, Kevin Spacey, Roy Moore and Louis C.K., the issue of sexual harassment in the workplace has been thrust into the national news spotlight.  Many of these allegations involve incidents that happened years


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Massachusetts Landlord Tenant Security Deposit Law

Posted On November 9, 2017 by Murphy Law Group in Real Estate Law

For residential landlords, security deposits might not be worth the hassle. It may sound like backwards logic, but a landlord who takes the seemingly prudent step of holding a security deposit from their residential tenant may ultimately regret their decision.  While holding a security deposit ca


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Massachusetts Personnel File Laws

Posted On October 20, 2017 by Murphy Law Group in Business Law

Massachusetts General Laws sets forth several requirements for the keeping and maintaining of employee personnel files.  Personnel files are useful from both the employer and employees perspective. Personnel Files -- for Employers From an employer standpoint, it is important to keep a record o


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Employment Law – Frequently Asked Questions

Posted On October 3, 2017 by Murphy Law Group in Business Law

Eight-hour workdays can be especially taxing if you do not work a desk job and are required to stay on your feet all day long. Employees are assured certain breaks from work with an appropriated compensation. Employees should be rewarded for their hard work with suitable break time, travel time, min


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