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By John Weaver
Americans are rightly proud and protective of the freedom of speech contained in the First Amendment of the Constitution.
By Catherine Yao
One of the latest battles over the rights to "unlawful" graffiti comes from fast fashion brand H&M, over advertising photographs and video that captured the artwork of Los Angeles-based graffiti artist..
By Jennifer Parent
Arbitration agreements in employment often require employees to agree to waive their ability to bring class action or collective litigation.
By Alexandra Geiger
I recently found out that one of my employees has been sharing his salary with other employees and posting it on his Facebook page.
By Rachel Adams Ladeau
It remains to be seen how the Boeing framework will apply to rules other than those delineated above.
By Adam Hamel
In 2010, Massachusetts enacted sweeping reforms to its criminal offender record information (CORI) system.
By Christopher Swiniarski
Q: Can I put my home in a revocable trust for estate planning purposes while my mortgage loan is still outstanding?
By John Weaver
Although killer drones and autonomous weapons get the most publicity when it comes to the dangers of artificial intelligence ...
By Jennifer Parent
In a 5-4 decision, the United States Supreme Court has held that employers may enforce arbitration agreements signed by employees that bar class-action lawsuits and require individualized arbitration.
By Jacqueline Botchman
Q. I read your Know the Law Column from April 22, 2018 about hiring employee young workers, like Bill, under New Hampshire Labor Laws. I was really curious about how the federal law intersects with this.
By Charla Bizios Stevens
The stories are legendary: the employee who calls in sick and then posts a picture of himself dressed as a fairy at a Halloween party hundreds of miles away ...
By Adam Hamel
Back in September, we reported that the Trump Administration had abandoned the appeal of an injunction blocking new overtime rules from going into effect.
By John Colucci
We all know the statistics. In the U.S., 10,000 people are turning 65 each day for the next 20 years. About 60% of all partners in CPA firms are over 50 years old. What does this mean?
By Steven Burke, Catherine Hines
To the surprise of many, the federal tax legislation that was the focus of last fall's Congressional session, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (the "TJCA"), was enacted December 22 ...
By Laura B. Dodge
New Hampshire's Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Law – adopted last year as Senate Bill 146 – is set to take effect June 1.
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