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  • Kathryn O'Leary, Esq.

MCAD Filers Left Out of COVID Emergency Measures

In Matthew Dunn v. Langevin, the Massachusetts SJC held that emergency measures it ordered to stay statutes of limitations during COVID applied only to courts within its superintendent authority. Since the MCAD is an executive branch agency it was not governed by the orders. Those whose filing deadlines before the MCAD and other executive agencies expired during the COVID emergency and who did not file are barred from pursuing claims.

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