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By Cameron Shilling
Phishing is the most prevalent cyber-attack. Why? Simply put, it works really well. While it is important that individuals learn how to avoid taking the bait...
By Charla Bizios Stevens
After numerous delays and revisions the deadline for filing enhanced EEO-1 reports is now just three weeks away, due to be filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ("EEOC")
By Adam Hamel
More than a third of all workers in the United States have been subject to a noncompetition agreement at some point in their careers.
By Amelia Elacqua
Q: I have successfully run my business as a single member limited liability company for years. My daughter recently purchased part of the business and now insists that we have an operating agreement.
By Whitney Gagnon
As our population ages at increasing rates and individuals continue to live longer, shared concerns about the costs of long-term care become more common. The majority of our population
By Adam Hamel
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey released her fourth annual Labor Day Report this week.
By Laura McKelligott Kahl
With the recent reports of workplace violence and shootings in the news, as an employer, are there things that I can do to try to keep guns and violence out of my workplace?
By Charla Bizios Stevens
During primary season in 2016 it seemed as though questions came up almost daily about how to curb the nasty "watercooler" rhetoric about political candidates and issues.
By John Weaver
President Trump has issued an executive order on "Maintaining American Leadership in Artificial Intelligence" (the "Order"). Noting that artificial intelligence ("AI") "
By Amanda E. Quinlan
Can an employee be terminated for going on vacation when taking leave under the Family and Medical Leave Act?
By Michael Quinn
The protection from environmental liability afforded by the Phase 1 Environmental Site Assessment ("ESA") is well-known to purchasers of land who conduct ESAs before becoming the "owner."
By Jeremy Walker
My company has received a "cease and desist" order accusing patent infringement. I don't think it has any merit. Can I safely ignore it?
By John Weaver
In my last column, I noted that there is general agreement that the authority of the Federal Trade Commission Act (the "Act") is broad enough to govern algorithmic decision-making
By Jennifer Parent
Following both Massachusetts and Maine, New Hampshire will prohibit non-compete agreements for employees who earn an hourly rate that is equal to or lesser than double the federal minimum wage.
By Christopher M. Dube, Joseph A. Foster
The Bankruptcy Code does not treat all unsecured creditors equally; public policy concerns dictate otherwise. Workers, for example, benefit from a priority given to payment of certain wages.
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