Legal Brief Cases #2 – Unemployment Benefits Update

On July 1, 2013, new updates to unemployment benefits law went into effect. Employers in Massachusetts now have to give employees two (2) more forms upon letting them go. The first is a pamphlet (.pdf) that explains how someone can apply for unemployment benefits. The second is an insert (.pdf) on where to find career centers throughout the state. For people looking to go online, there has also been an updated system to make things easier for both sides to file what they need quickly, and efficiently.

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Attorney Morse represents individual and business clients throughout Massachusetts some remotely. He handles a variety of employment matters, negotiating employment agreements, severance agreements, confidentiality and non-disclosure language to protect trade secrets, etc., and resolving disputes. He assists businesses and partnerships at all stages through sale or dissolution. He helps clients in the purchase and sale of businesses and as an adviser to closely held corporations & limited liability companies.
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