Webinar | Countdown to July 1, 2019: Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave Update


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Vice President, Employee Health & Benefits Compliance
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Event Information

Start TimeMonday, June 10, 201911:00 AM ESTEnd TimeMonday, June 10, 201912:00 PM EST
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Join Marsh & McLennan Agency for our webinar on June 10th at 11:00 EST to get up-to-date guidance on the evolving Massachusetts Paid Family Leave Act, and to assist with your Employee Notice requirement and paid leave program election.

This webinar will cover:

  • Recent Developments
  • Update on Employee Notice Requirement
  • Update on Private Plan Exemption Process
  • Recommendation to retain counsel to assist with drafting leave plan document and assuring compliance with state and federal employment and employee benefit laws
  • Questions & Answers


Esq. Vice President, Employee Health & Benefits Compliance Marsh & McLennan Agency

George is responsible for addressing any health care reform regulatory or employee health and benefit compliance needs for all clients. Prior to joining MMA, George had a law practice focused on assisting employers and employees and their families in reversing disability, life, health and long term care insurance claim denials. He also worked as the Vice President and Managing Counsel at the UNUM Group where he worked on ERISA and non ERISA matters for 15 years.


Esq. Undersecretary of Labor and General Counsel, Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development

Michael Doheny is the Undersecretary of Labor and General Counsel for the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development. Prior to becoming EOLWD’s General Counsel in 2011, Mike was a partner in the Boston law firm Segal Roitman, LLP, where he represented labor unions and individuals in a broad range of labor and employment matters. Mike is a graduate of Cornell University and Suffolk University Law School.