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By Bradford Vezina
Q: My brother died owning an extensive wine cellar. The terms of his last will and testament give this wine collection to my two adult nephews equally. As the executor, how should I handle these assets?
By Adam Hamel
In a brief court filing on Tuesday, the Trump Administration dropped its appeal of the injunction preventing the Obama Administration's new overtime rule from going into effect.
By Adam Hamel
Yesterday, Judge Amos Mazzant, a federal judge based in Texas, issued an order invalidating the Obama-era overtime rule that would have made more than 4 million additional workers eligible to earn overtime.
By Linda Garey
I am planning to create a trust to benefit my husband and our children after my death. But what if the laws change, or my family's financial situation changes? How can I plan for this?
By Beth Deragon
Neither federal nor New Hampshire law requires that employers provide paid time off to employees. The reality is that paid time off is an assumed benefit of employment resulting from social and economic pressures.
By Tyler P. Haynes
Q: I recently decided to raise capital for my small business by relying on outside investors. Now what?
By Wilbur Glahn, III, David Wolowitz
Within days of each other in August and September 2016, Phillips Academy Andover and St. George's School disclosed the names of past faculty or staff who had engaged in sexual misconduct.
By Alexandra Geiger
Last week, Governor Baker signed the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act into law, which guarantees greater protections for pregnant women and nursing mothers in the workplace.
By Adam Hamel
A few weeks ago, the Department of Labor filed a brief with the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in which it backed away from the $913 per week salary level test set in the 2016 amendments to the FLSA overtime rules.
By Jennifer Parent
Most companies have employment handbooks that govern the expected conduct of employees within the workplace.
By Charla Bizios Stevens
Our April 5, 2017 post highlighted a decision of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals finding that Title VII protections against discrimination on the basis of gender extend to sexual orientation.
By Adam Hamel
In a highly-anticipated decision issued yesterday, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court reversed a lower court's dismissal of a suit filed by a woman who was fired because of her off-duty...
By Shiva Karimi
On July 17, 2017, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services ("USCIS") released an updated version of the Form I-9, Employment Eligibility Verification.
By Jeremy Walker
I recently read in this paper that Tough Mudder stopped a local rotary from using the color orange to promote its annual charity run because Tough Mudder owns a federal trademark relating to the color orange.
By Charla Bizios Stevens
On July 5, 2017 Washington became the latest state to enact some form of paid family and medical leave.
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