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How to Advise on Commission & Benefits Forfeiture on Departure: The 60-Minute Lawyer

What benefits and compensation employees are, and are not, entitled to be paid when they separate from an employer

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    Massachusetts employers and employees have certain obligations and responsibilities with respect to benefits and earned compensation upon termination—even where employees are at-will. Learn the law regarding what benefits and compensation employees are, and are not, entitled to be paid when they separate from an employer— and hear practical tips on how to protect your clients’ rights, whether they are employers or employees.

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    Molly C. Mooney, Esq., Seyfarth Shaw LLP, Boston
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