Michael A. Gamboli
It’s official; the longstanding rule of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) that employees have no statutory right to use work email for communications with each other regarding unionizing activities has changed.
Each year, at this time, we remind our clients of the importance of keeping their estate plan up to date.
David J. Pellegrino
Christopher M. Wildenhain
A major change to federal law governing mortgage lending may be on the horizon. On October 2, 2014
John E. Ottaviani
Effective January 17, 2015, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is reducing filing fees for new U.S. trademark applications filed and processed electronically from $325 to $275 per class (and as low as $225 if certain strict requirements can be met)
Christopher J. Currier
On July 23, 2014 , Governor Deval Patrick signed into law “An Act Further Regulating Flood Insurance”
Kimberly I. McCarthy
Michael A. Gamboli
Alicia J. Samolis
Despite the fact that there is no longer any disagreement in the lower courts, the Supreme Court on Friday, November 7, 2014, made the unusual and highly unexpected move of agreeing to rule on a key challenge to federal health reform.
Massachusetts Ballot Question 4 on mandatory sick leave passed. This change to the law makes Massachusetts one of only a few states that requires paid sick time.
Drew W. Colby
Massachusetts has enacted a law designed to address retainage abuses. This short article highlights some of the most salient points.
As we prepare to go to the voting polls on November 4, one issue attracting attention from smaller employers is Ballot Question 4 on mandatory sick leave.
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