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By Andrew P. Botti
At the end of this current legislative session, the Senate placed a non-compete "reform bill" within an appropriations bill.
By Christopher Paul
Q: My husband and I are New Hampshire residents and we just learned that we have the winning Powerball lottery ticket of a recent $64 million drawing. Are there steps we can take to protect this windfall?
By Andrew P. Botti
The currently pending Senate proposal S.2625 – so-called non-compete "reform" legislation – was filed on Monday, July 23, 2018, in the Massachusetts Senate.
By John Weaver
In December 2017, a bipartisan group of U.S. senators and representatives introduced the Fundamentally Understanding the Usability and Realistic Evolution of Artificial Intelligence Act...
By Andrew P. Botti
The Massachusetts Equal Pay Act became effective on July 1, 2018. It calls for all Massachusetts employers, irrespective of size, to pay men and women the same for comparable work.
By Benjamin B. Folsom
If my child is accused or the victim of a crime, is his or her school required to notify the police, or can the matter be handled internally at the school, especially if it is a minor offense?
By Charla Bizios Stevens
On March 5, 2018 I reported that the EEOC announced a settlement in its first lawsuit alleging that parental leave policies ...
By Jennifer Parent
In my role at McLane Middleton, I am often called upon to review publications and resources geared to trial lawyers.
By John Weaver
The movie Minority Report is nominally a science fiction story about "precogs," human psychics who assist police to stop crimes before they happen.
By Charla Bizios Stevens
It took barely 24 hours before what is believed to be the first lawsuit under the Massachusetts Equal Pay Act ("MEPA") to be filed.
By Alexandra Cote
In 2017, New Hampshire adopted the Uniform Power of Attorney Act, which became effective on Jan. 1.
By David Wolowitz
What makes an independent school succeed or fail when crisis strikes?
By John Cunningham
On Jan. 1, new Internal Revenue Code Section 199A became effective under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.
By Adam Hamel
A bill just passed by the Massachusetts House and Senate, with uncharacteristic speed and bipartisan support, has been touted as a "grand bargain," ...
By John Rich, Jr., Beth Fowler
In a long awaited decision reversing 26 years of existing precedent, on June 21st the United States Supreme Court ruled in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., that states and other taxing jurisdictions...
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