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By Robert G. Young
On August 7, 2019, a federal district court in Rhode Island rejected a student's disability discrimination claim against Bryant University. The student enrolled in the University's
By Bowditch Attorneys
A year after opening their brewery, they began to notice a trend of several deaf people coming into their taproom on a regular basis.
By David H. Travers, Robert G. Young
With recreational marijuana now legal in Massachusetts, many brewers are wondering whether they will be at increased risk of liability for the acts of patrons who have sampled both beer and cannabis products in the same evening.
By Jacob Tosti
In recent years, institutions have experienced a significant increase in the amount of emotional support animal accommodation requests from students living in on-campus housing.
By Maria Rockwell
Maria Remillard will be honored as part of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly's Top Women of Law 2019 event, taking place November 7 at the Marriott Copley Place Hotel in Boston.
By Brian S. Grossman
In Bellalta v. Zoning Board of Appeals of Brookline, 481 Mass. 372 (2019), the Supreme Judicial Court confirmed that M.G.L. c. 40A, § 6 does not require a homeowner of a single- or two-family residence...
By Bowditch Attorneys
In 2019, women still only earn $0.79 for every dollar that men make, and now the fight for pay equity continues on the soccer field.
By Michael P. Angelini
On the first week of February, the city announced its decades-delayed affirmative action plan that it said would ensure its workforce reflects the diversity of its residents.
By Chelsie A. Vokes
The Democratic presidential race is brimming with ideas for tackling the student debt crisis:
By Mark Borenstein
What comes to mind when you think of agriculture? Do you envision sprawling tracts of land in a rural area farmed by generations of farmers?
By Lynette Paczkowski
So began a decision out of the United States District Court for the District of Oregon last month, which dismissed a lawsuit brought by Jennifer Freyd.
By Bowditch Attorneys
In response to the Commonwealth's decision to delay the Paid Family and Medical Leave program (PFML) contribution start date until October 1, 2019
By Bowditch Attorneys
In response to the Commonwealth's decision to delay the Paid Family and Medical Leave program (PFML) contribution start date until October 1, 2019
By Julie K O'Neill
We all know it takes a village to raise children, right? Maybe it also takes a village to brew beer! Or, just possibly, it's a whole lot more fun doing it that way.
By Amy Condon, Chelsie A. Vokes, Jacob Tosti
Yesterday, Gov. Baker and leaders in the Massachusetts House and Senate agreed to adopt a three-month delay to the start of required contributions
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