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By Adam Hamel
A collective sigh of relief could be heard across the Commonwealth yesterday as anxious business owners, insurers, and employment lawyers heard the news that Massachusetts government
By Jeremy Walker
Several large verdicts for patent infringement against household names such as Apple, Groupon and Samsung illustrate the potentially severe consequences that companies face
By Jacqueline Botchman, Beth Fowler
A: Likely, yes. It is the end of the first quarter of 2019, and the 2017 changes to the Internal Revenue Code concerning divorce payments are in full swing.
By Beth Fowler, Jacqueline Botchman
I am thinking about getting a divorce. Will the new tax laws make settlement more difficult?
By John Weaver
For some time now, in response to the California Online Privacy Protection Act, Canada's Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act,
By Benjamin B. Folsom
have a business and received a subpoena saying I have to produce company documents. The subpoena seems broad, and some documents I am being asked to turn over contain
By Andrew P. Botti
The Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave has issued proposed regulations which are scheduled to go into effect July 1, 2019
By Jacqueline Botchman
The issue covered by these cases is whether sex discrimination, covered by Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, also prohibits discrimination
By Charla Bizios Stevens
I recently read that the the U.S. Department of Labor has issued a ruling relaxing the laws on independent contractor classification.
By Lauren Kilmister
Q: I'm buying my first home soon, and my broker said that in addition to the price of the home, I'll need to pay a real estate transfer tax
By Denis Dillon
Why avoid probate? It is a time consuming, public process, with significant legal expense involved.
By Susan Schorr
A story about a school trip to Washington, D.C., dominated the news cycle in January, especially the coverage of a student who appeared to engage in a staring contest with a Native American drummer outside of the Lincoln Memorial.
By Charla Bizios Stevens
The SJC, Massachusetts' highest court, issued its long awaited decision in Sullivan v. Sleepy's LLC, SJC-12542 on May 8, 2019.
By Jennifer Parent
The US Supreme Court recently announced it accepted three cases that will determine the scope of "sex" discrimination under federal law.
By Jennifer Parent
In an opinion letter dated April 29, 2019, the U.S. Department of Labor explained that some service providers working for a virtual marketplace company are independent contractors under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
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