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  Evan A. Belosa is an experienced negotiator and counselor, focusing his practice on all aspects of executive employment and compensation matters. Evan represents individuals from virtually every industry across the United States, with a specific focus on executive officers and employees at all levels of the financial services industry. He also represents institutions in all aspects of the employer/employee relationship. Evan has significant experience in the areas of executive compensation and employee benefits, and has frequently represented both management teams and employers in designing and drafting compensation structures and plans. Read Evan Belosa's full bio.

CARES Act Impacts All Benefit Plans


By , , , , , , , , , , and on Mar 31, 2020
Posted In Employee Benefits, Employment, Executive Compensation, Health and Welfare Plans, Retirement Plans

In the ongoing effort to help individuals impacted by COVID-19, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Securities Act (CARES Act) on March 27, 2020. The President signed the CARES Act into law the same day. The historic stimulus package provides wide-ranging relief for both employers and employees. This includes rules that impact health...

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COVID-19 FAQs: For Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation


By , , , , , , , , , , and on Mar 26, 2020
Posted In Employee Benefits, Employment, Executive Compensation, Health and Welfare Plans, Retirement Plans

Coronavirus (COVID-19) raises serious concerns for employers of all shapes and sizes, across all industries and in every business sector. As the impact of COVID-19 continues to grow, many employers are faced with new challenges that affect not only their businesses and their employees, but the health and welfare, retirement and executive compensation plans and...

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Capital Perspective: An Analysis of Hot Topics in Benefits and Compensation


By , , and on Aug 8, 2019
Posted In Employee Benefits, Employment, Executive Compensation, Health and Welfare Plans, Retirement Plans

With the uncertainty of the general election just one year away—and change on the horizon—now is the time to take stock of the legal and regulatory environment to prepare your organization for the future. On September 10 in Boston, the ERISA Industry Committee (ERIC), Fidelity and McDermott invite you to join your peers and colleagues...

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Family Ties: Connecticut Passes Paid Family and Medical Leave


By , and on Jun 27, 2019
Posted In Employee Benefits, Employment, Health and Welfare Plans, Labor

Connecticut enacted a paid family and medical leave law, which provides paid leave to eligible employees and expand allowable reasons for such leave. This Connecticut statute closely tracks Massachusetts’s parallel statute and appears to be among the most generous paid family leave laws in the country. All private sector employers (and their employees who work...

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#MeToo Movement Implications on Employment Agreements


By on Dec 6, 2018
Posted In Employee Benefits, Employment, Executive Compensation

Given the rise of the #MeToo movement, companies are having to deal with many issues when drafting employee agreement contracts. In a presentation, Evan Belosa discussed these issues, including triggering events, nondisclosure agreements and restrictive covenant changes. He also addressed latest trends in state and local law affecting hiring and management of the workforce. View...

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Effective October 1 | What You Need to Know Now Changes to Massachusetts Noncompetition and Trade Secret Law


By , and on Sep 25, 2018
Posted In Employee Benefits, Executive Compensation

Evan Belosa, Tony Bongiorno and Andrew Liazos summarize key changes and important issues associated with Massachusetts Noncompetition and Trade Secret Law and next steps to consider as the date of effectiveness approaches. The Massachusetts Noncompetition Agreement Act and Trade Secret Law will become effective October 1, 2018. View the full presentation.

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Webinar | Non-Compete Reform Comes to the Commonwealth


By , , and on Sep 5, 2018
Posted In Employee Benefits, Employment, Executive Compensation

Join us on Thursday, September 6 at 1:00 PM EDT for a webinar designed to address questions around the Massachusetts Noncompetition Agreement Act (the Act), signed into law by Governor Baker on Friday, August 10. The Act, which takes effect on October 1, requires all employers doing business in Massachusetts to change the way they...

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New Restrictions on Using Non-Competes in Massachusetts – What You Need to Know


By , , and on Aug 14, 2018
Posted In Employment, Executive Compensation

The Massachusetts legislature’s recent approval of a comprehensive non-competition reform bill includes significant restrictions for employers seeking to impose non-compete obligations on Massachusetts workers. The Massachusetts Noncompetition Agreement Act will become effective on October 1, 2018, leaving little time for employers to consider what actions to take to protect their business interests. Access the full...

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As Federal Progress Stalls, State, Local and Private Initiatives March Towards Pay Equity


By and on Aug 10, 2017
Posted In Employee Benefits, Employment, Executive Compensation, Labor

Pay equity, the concept that gender differences should not affect compensation, is a concept easy to support, yet has been stubbornly hard to achieve. Federal law has become calcified in addressing the stubborn pay gap between men and women. State and local initiatives, along with private actors, have increasingly taken steps in the past year...

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Understanding Equal Pay Laws and Avoiding and Defending Pay Equity Claims


By , and on Feb 6, 2017
Posted In Benefit Controversies, Employee Benefits, Employment, Executive Compensation, Labor

The federal government’s focus on pay equity and pay data, and the passage of groundbreaking equal pay laws in a number of states, has been one of the biggest employment law developments of 2016. Litigation involving pay equity claims has also risen in the past year. Given the increased focus on pay equity from these...

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