In a twist on illegal wage parity proposals, the Department of Labor Relations (DLR) issued Complaints of Prohibited Practice against the Boston Public Health Commission (Commission) for proposing and insisting upon an unlawful health insurance parity clause. (Read the full … (Read More)
On May 27, 2014, arbitrator Tammy Brynie issued an important recreation injury leave award in favor of the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association. The Boston police officer was seriously injured while participating in the 2012 Boston Police Department Fitness Challenge. (Read … (Read More)
When cities and towns use self-funded health insurance plans, they have been able to cheat on their required contributions. We have already found a number of cases where municipalities have failed to make their required contributions, thereby forcing employees to … (Read More)
If You Don’t Have Anything Nice to Say . . .
Like many people nowadays, Natalie Munroe had a blog where she shared tips about cooking and child rearing. The high school English teacher from Doylestown, PA, also used her … (Read More)
Policing and Emergency Medical Services
The nature of policing is evolving again as departments are getting more involved in providing emergency medical services. Traditionally the police service has focused on responding to criminal acts, investigating them, and arresting the perpetrators. … (Read More)
McDonald’s isn’t “loving it” anymore. In a ruling made public on July 28, 2014, the National Labor Relations Board’s General Counsel, Richard F. Griffin, Jr., found that McDonald’s is a joint employer under the law with its franchisees and therefore … (Read More)
Sandulli Grace, PC is very proud to announce that Jamie Goodwin was recognized as the Health Law Advocates’ “Lawyer of the Month” for the outstanding representation he has provided through the HLA’s pro bono legal network.
Health Law Advocates is … (Read More)
Chalk this one up to “this wasn’t already settled law?” Yes, it was only last week that the US Supreme Court ruled that the First Amendment to the Constitution protects an employee’s right to testify truthfully in a court case.… (Read More)