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What You Need to Know About the New Massachusetts Paid Family Medical Leave

  • 12 Jun 2019
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Arthur Gallagher, 470 Atlantic Ave, Floor 13, Boston


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"What You Need To Know About The New Massachusetts Paid Family Medical Leave Statue"

Wednesday,  June 12, 2019, 11:30am - 1:00pm

Location:  Arthur Gallagher, 470 Atlantic Ave, Floor 13, Boston 


Join Boston Women in Finance on June 12th to learn about the new Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave  (PFML) statute.  Patricia Moran and Kate Beattie, employment and benefits law attorneys from the Mintz law firm, will give an overview of the new statute, which begins phasing in on July 1, 2019.  Find out what you need to know about the timeline, employer responsibilities, who's covered, who pays, and available exemptions.

You should attend if:

  • You are an employer, manager, recruiter, or HR professional and would like to learn more about your reporting, disclosure and payment responsibilities under PFML. 
  • You are an employee and would like to learn more about your rights and benefits under PFML.



Registration is $15 for BWF Members, and $30 for Non-members.  Lunch is included in your ticket cost.



For questions or more information, please contact us at info@bostonwomeninfinance.org


About Our Speakers: 

 Patricia Moran is an experienced employee benefits attorney who advises on a broad variety of employee benefit plan matters.  In addition to her work at Mintz, Patricia has worked with the US Department of Labor investigating private sector employers and venture capital funds with respect to ERISA compliance.  She has practiced in the employee benefits departments of two prominent New York City law firms.  Patricia works with clients of all sizes and in a variety of sectors.  She is a Graduate of University of Notre Dame (BA), Syracuse University (JD) and Harvard University (MPH).


 Katharine Beattie handles litigation and counseling on federal and state labor and employment matters, including issues involving discrimination and harassment, leaves of absence, wage and hour disputes on an individual and class-wide basis, employee classification, wrongful termination, trade secret protection, and the enforcement of noncompetition and non disclosure agreements.  Prior to joining Mintz , Kate was Vice President, Employment & Litigation Counsel at NTT Data, Inc., a global IT services company.  In law school, Kate served as a Special Assistant Attorney General in the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General's Office representing state agencies before state courts.  She is a graduate of College of Holy Cross (BA), University of Massachusetts (MSPA), and Boston College (JD)


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