By Robert A. Fisher and John Ayers-Mann

Seyfarth Synopsis: On January 24, 2020, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination issued significant changes to its regulations regarding the processing of cases. The new procedural regulations are a mixed bag for employers. While some changes are helpful, other changes, such as expanded post-determination discovery and procedures for

By Andrew S. Boutros, Christopher RobertsonJohn R. Schleppenbach, and Craig B. Simonsen

Seyfarth Synopsis:  The United States Department of Justice recently filed a seismic motion to dismiss in a series of healthcare fraud-related cases.  In doing so, the government questioned the whistleblowers’ theory of False Claims Act liability and stressed

By Mark Casciari and Meredith-Anne Berger

Seyfarth Synopsis:  The 2016 elections had the effect of hardening the Red-Blue divide in the country.  A number of Blue cities in Red States are enacting ordinances that implement the progressive political agenda, which of course includes pay equity.  Be prepared to see that the Red states in which