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By Peter Martin, Esq
The Worcester District Medical Society published an article by Peter Martin in the September/October 2019 edition of its quarterly publication, Worcester Medicine.
By Christopher R. Rock, Jon Barooshian
With the end of 2019 fast approaching, real estate investors would be wise to take advantage of opportunity zones, a program that provides temporary deferments and permanent exclusion of taxable
By Katherine Garrahan
For the fifth time since 2014, Framingham State University (FSU) has been recognized with the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award for 2019, given by INSIGHT into Diversity magazine.
By Scott Cashman
Big changes to the room occupancy tax took effect on July 1, 2019 that will impact property owners who rent out their summer homes and to those who participate in short term rentals, such as Airbnb.
By Chelsie A. Vokes
The researchers of a new study found that Gender Minority (GM) college students suffer from significantly higher rates of mental illness than their cisgender peers
By Brian S. Grossman
When the North Andover Planning Board denied a permit to Varsity Wireless Inc. (VWI), subsequently acquired by Everest Infrastructure Partners
By Mark Borenstein
An effort to turn Worcester's vacant Mission Chapel into market-rate apartments is moving forward, with the City Council Economic Development Committee approving a tax-relief deal
By Jon Barooshian, Christopher R. Rock
Bowditch partners Christopher Rock and Jon Barooshian will give the introduction and moderate the panel, respectively, at "Time is Running Out to Maximize the Value of Opportunity Zones
By Andrew Bartholomew
The band Guns N' Roses (G N' R) recently satisfied its Appetite for Destruction by settling a trademark infringement lawsuit against Colorado-based
By Louis M. Ciavarra
In Commonwealth ex rel. Rosenberg v. JP Morgan Chase & Co., et al., a private individual who had forensic analysis of publicly available data
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.
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