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OSHA Updates Rules, Requires Most Employers to Determine Whether COVID-19 Cases...

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) has changed its policy for employer recording of COVID-19 cases among its workforce. OSHA’s new policy rescinds...

The U.S. SBA Releases Additional Paycheck Protection Guidance

On April 6, 2020, the U.S. Small Business Administration (the “SBA”), in consultation with the Department of Treasury, issued a frequently asked questions page...

Governor Baker Orders Closing of Non-Essential Businesses in MA

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker ordered all businesses not providing “COVID-19 Essential Services” to close their physical, brick-and-mortar premises to non-essential workers, customers, and the...

Listen to Webinar: Security In An Unprecedented Time, A Table Top...

Security teams are trained to mitigate risk, identify breaches, and respond. However, we are in unprecedented times with circumstances changing every day. We were...

Webinar: How to Navigate the PFMLA

In August 2018, Massachusetts became the sixth state to adopt a paid family and medical leave law. This new law, the Paid Family and...

Tackling the Ultimate “Choose Your Own Adventure” at NewCo Boston

On Thursday, October 17th, over two dozen local tech companies will open their doors to hundreds of visitors during MassTLC's annual NewCo Boston festival....

Overview of the California Consumer Privacy Act

MassTLC and Foley Hoag partnered to provide MassTLC members with an overview of the impending California Consumer Privacy Act - better known as CCPA...

Massachusetts PFMLA Update: Department Clarifies that Law Will Not Apply to...

This update originally appeared in the Foley Hoag newsletter. ___ On September 5, 2019, the Massachusetts Department of Paid Family and Medical Leave issued new guidance...

Is Your Company Ready for the CCPA?

If you are doing business in California, the way you handle personal data could soon change in significant ways. The California Consumer Privacy Act...

The New Massachusetts Data Breach Law – An Update

Massachusetts recently passed the Data Breach Notification Law, a new law that, among other criteria, "requires businesses and others that own or license personal...

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