Fair Share Law

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Attorney General Madigan and Labor Unions Defend Fair Share Fees

Over the past several weeks, Illinois’ largest labor unions and Attorney General Lisa Madigan took steps to defend “fair share” fees against Governor Rauner’s Executive Order suspending the collection of those fees, and his...more

Fair Share Fees Unconstitutional in the Public Sector? Not So Fast

The United States Supreme Court has been issuing employment-law related decisions like a boss over the past week or so. Many observers thought that the Court's decision in Harris v. Quinn, a case examining the...more

Massachusetts Repeals Fair Share Contribution, HIRD Form Requirements

Massachusetts has repealed two main components of its landmark 2006 heath care reform law. Effective July 1, 2013, employers are no longer required to make a "fair share" contribution (FSC) to employees' health insurance...more

Massachusetts Fair Share Law and HIRD Form Requirements Repealed

Effective July 1, 2013, the Massachusetts “Fair Share” Law1 has been repealed as part of the Commonwealth’s 2014 fiscal year budget package.2 The Fair Share Law, in effect since 2006, required that employers doing business in...more

The Obamacare Delays and the Massachusetts "Fair Share" Employer Mandate: Now What?

As we reported in our post earlier today, the Obama administration has decided to delay implementation of the “employer shared responsibility” mandate for in order to afford employers more time to prepare for compliance. ...more

Massachusetts Governor Proposes Elimination of Fair Share Contribution Requirements

On Tuesday, January 8, 2013, the Patrick administration proposed legislation that will repeal the Massachusetts Fair Share Law effective June 30, 2013. In effect since 2006, the Fair Share Law requires companies with...more

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