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By Mark Powers
Attorney Mark Powers addresses the dicey issue of what creditors can do when their counterparties file for bankruptcy in a recent article for the Worcester Business Journal
By Bowditch Attorneys
On January 29, 2019, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court issued a significant opinion liberally construing the scope and meaning of the phrase "adverse employment action".
By Amy Condon, Chelsie A. Vokes
On January 23, the Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave published draft regulations regarding the newly created Paid Family and Medical Leave Program.
By Samantha P. McDonald
Transit-oriented development is a key idea among modern urban planners, and will likely be the key that unlocks new life for Worcester's Union Station.
By David H. Travers
Since at least 1940, parties to construction contracts have been held to high standard of showing "complete and strict performance of all [of the construction contract's] terms."
By Lynette Paczkowski
Lynette Paczkowski, a partner in the firm's Litigation practice, secured the Massachusetts Appeals Court's affirmation of a directed verdict she obtained for National Grid after three days of trial,
By Matthew A. Morris, Paul Bauer
Real Reporter published "Op Funds Expand Deferral Paths for CRE Investors" by Paul Bauer and Matt Morris on November 29, 2018. Below is an excerpt from the article:
By Robert G. Young
The no-end-in-sight government shutdown has thrown a wrench into the operations of brewers across the country. One brewer, DC-based Atlas Brew Works, is trying to do something about it.
By Robert G. Young
One brewery in England has decided to take the headline of this post to heart.
By Mark Borenstein
Attorney Mark Borenstein discusses the importance of local zoning ordinances and bylaws in a recent article he wrote for the Worcester Business Journal
By Bowditch Attorneys
During the first weeks of 2019, the state Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development ("EOLWD") has been busy carrying out its legislative mandate to set up a new state department.
By Bowditch Attorneys
Massachusetts is now a few weeks into the start of a new two-year Legislative session. The last Legislative session brought the legalization of recreational marijuana after voters approved
By Chelsie A. Vokes
As of January 1, 2019, the new minimum wage in Massachusetts is $12 per hour, and $4.35 for tipped employees, but with an important caveat:
By Bowditch Attorneys
As of January 1, 2019, the new minimum wage in Massachusetts is $12 per hour, and $4.35 for tipped employees, but with an important caveat: under the new minimum wage regime,
By Andrew Bartholomew
With the holidays in the rearview, many of us will continue to seek shelter in our local taproom to wait out the remainder of the winter.
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