PSH Partner Michael Gamboli was quoted in Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly commenting on a recent proposed rule for the Pregnant Worker Fairness Act (“PWFA”) from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”). The ruling triggered a 60-day public comment period.  The notice, in part, explains how the EEOC interprets the PWFA and certain terms contained...

Partridge Snow & Hahn is honored to share that the majority of our Rhode Island attorneys are acknowledged as 2024 Best Lawyers in America®. This recognition includes a wide range of the firm’s practice areas including Corporate, Commercial & Public Finance, Litigation, Employment, Land Use, Environmental, Nonprofit, Tax, Intellectual Property, and Real Estate. Best Lawyers...

Overview Donors with ownership interests in privately held companies (i.e., limited liability companies, corporations, partnerships) have the ability to utilize the interest to make a charitable gift. This strategy becomes particularly useful and relevant when Donor is selling his or her business to a third party. Donors with long-term growth of an ownership interest in...

PROVIDENCE, RI – Partridge Snow & Hahn (PSH), a leading full-service business law and litigation firm, is excited to announce that Sean Fontes has joined PSH’s team of accomplished Employment & Litigation attorneys. Immediately prior to joining PSH, Sean served as the Executive Counsel for the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training for twelve...

The U.S. Department of Education launched a civil rights investigation into Harvard University’s (“Harvard”) use of legacy and donor admissions preferences, following the United States Supreme Court’s recent decision to strike down the indication of one’s race as a factor in affirmative action policies related to college admissions. The key question in the investigation is...

It is that time of year again, when the Rhode Island legislature ends its session and passes a number of laws that affect businesses with Rhode Island based employees.  2023 was no different.  Following is a short summary of the more important new laws that Rhode Island businesses must be aware of. Wage Theft –...

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