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By Chelsie A. Vokes
A bill seeking to require that colleges conduct sexual misconduct surveys was not passed before the formal legislative session ended on July 31, 2018. The
By Donna M. Truex
In many cases it is almost impossible to definitively determine how land was formerly used, if at all, by a railroad.
By Lynette Paczkowski
A pending case against Skidmore College, Jane Doe v. Skidmore College, could establish new law regarding a school's interest in developing independent adults and regarding whether the Americans with Disabilities Act's ...
By Julie K O'Neill
Starting a new brewery takes money.
By Robert G. Young
In this scenario, the receiving brewer takes on liability for the tax on any beer lost in transit.
By Robert G. Young
The Providence College student filed a lawsuit claiming that Brown University violated Title IX by failing to investigate and remedy the alleged sexual assault.
By Lynette Paczkowski
One state has addressed this issue through new legislation.
By Paul Bauer
A residential landlord may have several concerns regarding marijuana use in tenant units.
By Andrew Bartholomew
Earlier this year, I wrote a post on three bills aimed at reforming the Massachusetts beer franchise law.
By Paul Bauer
Paul Bauer appeared on NECN with host Brian Burnell to discuss the legalization of marijuana in Massachusetts and how it may impact real estate owners, property managers, landlords, and residential tenants.
By Jon Barooshian
On June 21, the U.S. Supreme Court upended the online retail industry, giving states the power to force online retailers to collect sales tax from sales to consumers.
By Kristin Wildman Shirahama
Private Wealth Magazine published "How To Address Multigenerational Estate Planning Issues" by Kristin Shirahama.
By E. Charles Tidman III
Formerly known as the Smaller Business Association of New England (SBANE), the New England Business Association's Senior Executive Circle is a peer-to-peer advisory group...
By Ariel G. Sullivan
Looks like the Department of Education has been busy again this month at the paper shredder. As part of the current administration's ongoing efforts to eradicate Obama-era guidance ...
By Timothy Van Dyck, Amy Condon
While there was much speculation that a bill regulating non-competition agreements would not pass by the end of this legislative session, Governor Baker, in the final hours of the session, signed into law a bill ...
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