Paid sick leave, additional family and medical leave, disability and parental leave – the number of leave entitlements at the state and local level keep proliferating. Compliance with this new legal landscape is tricky, and particularly so for employers with multi-jurisdictional workforces. The Hogan Lovells Employment team is here to help. On November 7 at

Employers with employees—and, in some cases, 1099-MISC contractors —in Massachusetts have obligations starting next week under Massachusetts’ new Paid Family and Medical Leave Law (“MPFML”), which will entitle most Massachusetts workers to paid family and medical leave. Although benefits will not be available until 2021, employers must do two things now: provide notice to workers

On August 9, 2019, the D.C. Office of Employment Services (DOES) took another step toward full implementation of D.C.’s Universal Paid Leave Amendment Act of 2016 (UPLA) by issuing proposed benefits regulations. In a recent post, we discussed generally the paid leave benefits eligible employees can receive from DOES under UPLA starting July

New Jersey’s New Earned Sick Leave Act: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

Just a reminder, the New Jersey Earned Sick Leave Act (the “Act”) went into effect on October 29, 2018.

Which employers are covered? The Act applies to all private New Jersey employers.  It applies to all public New Jersey employers with one exception.

Absent further action by the Maryland General Assembly, a new sick leave law known as the Maryland Healthy Working Families Act (the “Law”) will take effect in Maryland by February 11, 2018. Although the Law was vetoed by Governor Larry Hogan, the General Assembly overrode his veto on January 12, 2018. The