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By John Hancock
A single annual plan is stronger than four quarterly plans.
By Catherine Muyl, Marion Cavalier
On January 11, 2019, the Cancellation Division of the European Union Intellectual Property Office ("EUIPO") rendered a surprising decision that revoked in its entirety ...
By Natasha Reed
If you haven't heard already, New York Fashion Week is here! As usual, a lineup of awe-inspiring shows is expected to roll out over the next several days
By Zachary Gerson
On February 1, 2019, the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities issued two long-awaited orders in docket D.P.U. 17-146. The orders address a number of issues related to pairing energy storage
By Zachary Gerson
Hopefully the EFSB will receive comments reflective of its significance.
By Seth Jaffe
Neither would it preclude use of market-based approaches towards regulating carbon.
By Seth Jaffe
In fairness, the stereotype is not fully apt here.
By August T. Horvath
People on social media, and in some face-to-face social settings, often reveal more about themselves than they need to or really should.
By Seth Jaffe
I hold the attorneys for the State of Ohio responsible for this travesty.
By Zachary Gerson
As more energy storage projects are developed in Massachusetts, laws and policies may need to catch up.
By Kevin Fitzgerald, Punam Singh Rogers
As U.S. employers begin to prepare for the upcoming H-1B cap season, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) ...
By Thomas Barker
On January 31, 2019 the HHS Office of Inspector General (OIIG) issued a proposed rule that will be published in the Federal Register on February 6.
By Julia Huston
In an interesting case pending before the TTAB, law students from the Suffolk University IP and Entrepreneurship Clinic have opposed an application filed by United Trademark Holdings, Inc. to register RAPUNZEL as a trademark for dolls and toy figures.
By David Geiger, Richard Baldwin, Christopher Cifrino, Shrutih Tewarie
In Roch v. Mollica, 481 Mass. 164 (2019), a member of a Massachusetts college softball team, a New Jersey resident ...
By Michael Rosen, Christopher Feudo, Christian Garcia
On January 29, 2019, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) ruled in Yee v. Mass. State Police that an employer's denial
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