In addition to preventive work, he regularly represents employers in claims brought in Massachusetts state and federal trial courts and before state and federal administrative agencies, such as the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General and the U.S. Department of Labor. Mr. Campbell also practices appellate work and has represented employers before the First Circuit Court of Appeals, the Massachusetts Appeals Court and the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
Prior to joining Jackson Lewis in June 1996, he was at the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination, working to resolve discrimination claims, answer inquiries from Massachusetts citizens and attorneys, and draft agency memoranda and hearing decisions. In 2001, Mr. Campbell was certified by the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination to perform employee and supervisory training in harassment prevention, diversity, and disability accommodation. Mr. Campbell has also planned and conducted sexual harassment investigations and management training for employers throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Maine and Vermont. Mr. Campbell regularly practices in Rhode Island state and federal court, and before the Rhode Island Commission for Human Rights.
August 21, 2015
Rhode Island Employers Must Accommodate Workers with Pregnancy-Related Condition
Rhode Island legislation has created new burdens for employers. The Ocean State joins a growing number of states requiring employers to reasonably accommodate a worker’s condition related to pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical condition. (See our articles, California Issues Amended Pregnancy Regulations, Extends Coverage to...
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