Tag Archives: Boston MA Employment Discrimination Attorney

If your employer terminated you or failed to restore you to the same or a similar position upon your return from maternity leave, it could be employment discrimination.

April 23, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   Employment Discrimination   |   Comments Off on If your employer terminated you or failed to restore you to the same or a similar position upon your return from maternity leave, it could be employment discrimination.

Under Massachusetts and Federal laws, female employees are allowed to take maternity leave and the employer is required to restore the female employee to her same or a similar position in the company upon her return from leave. If the employer has forty-nine (49) or fewer employees, it will be covered under the Massachusetts Maternity Leave […]

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The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court upheld the jurisdiction of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination to investigate claims of discrimination against religious organizations

November 09, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Employment Discrimination   |   Comments Off on The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court upheld the jurisdiction of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination to investigate claims of discrimination against religious organizations

September 20, 2012 – Boston, MA. The Supreme judicial Court (“SIC”) has upheld the
authority of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (“MCAD”) to investigate
and adjudicate claims of discrimination against religious organizations in a decision released
yesterday in Temple Emanuel of Newton v. Massachusetts Commission Against
Discrimination.

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UMass‐Dartmouth Ordered To Pay Damages In Discrimination Case

November 09, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Employment Discrimination   |   Comments Off on UMass‐Dartmouth Ordered To Pay Damages In Discrimination Case

Boston, MA – June 15, 2011 – On June 1, 2011, an MCAD hearing officer issued a decision in the case of LuLu Sun v. University of Massachusetts Dartmouth in favor of Professor Sun, an Associate Professor of English at UMass‐Dartmouth, who filed a claim of discrimination based on her gender, race, and Chinese ancestry.

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