The United States District Court decision issued on February 22, 2013, Walker v. N.H. Administrative Office of the Court (“AOC”), in which it ruled on what portions of an employer’s investigation file should be turned over to the plaintiff.  The case was filed by the Administrator of the estate of the former clerk of a

“Sticks and stone may break my bones”…but names in the workplace may cost you a fortune! The Proposed Workplace Bullying Law and its Likely Consequences for Massachusetts Employers.

When I was a newly minted attorney a superior once hurled the f-bomb at me because he did not like the answer I was giving to a

Employer liability for harassment in the workplace is before the U.S. Supreme Court.  On November 26, 2012, the Supreme Court heard oral argument in Vance v. Ball State University.  At issue is the scope of the “Supervisor” Liability Rule in discrimination cases under Title VII.  This is a long awaited case on who qualifies as