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Non-Compete Reform in Massachusetts: What Employers Need to Know Right Now webinar
January 16, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Massachusetts employers face a new legal landscape for non-compete agreements after Governor Baker signed legislation creating the new law on August 10 and it became effective in October 2018. Please join the BTEA for an informative webinar as Cheryl Pinarchick and Joshua Nadreau of Fisher Phillips LLP conduct a deep dive into the new law and what it means for employers with employees living or working in the Commonwealth.
Our speakers will analyze the new law, provide insight on strategies that employers can use to protect their businesses and address concerns about the future of non-compete agreements within Massachusetts. This program will be of interest to in-house counsel, business owners and senior executives who utilize these agreements to protect their business interests.
Cheryl Pinarchick is a partner in the Boston office of Fisher Phillips LLP. She represents employers in all areas of employment law. Cheryl counsels employers on compliance with the law in areas such as pay equity, employment discrimination, wrongful termination, reductions in force, FMLA and leave laws, sexual harassment, and wage & hour matters, including issues related to employee classification. Cheryl also assists employers in their liability prevention efforts by conducting employee training, preparing handbooks and implementing policies, as well as conducting wage and hour and pay equity audits.
Joshua Nadreau is a labor and employment litigation attorney in the Boston office of Fisher Phillips LLP. Working with clients in New England, Josh routinely advises and represents clients in collective bargaining, arbitration proceedings, and before state and federal administrative agencies. His litigation practice focuses on class and collective wage and hour litigation. Josh also advises clients on compliance with state and federal leave laws, restrictive covenants, and matters concerning allegations of employment discrimination.
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