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Professional services firms and cyber risk

As repositories of sensitive information, they’re prime targets for hackers
February 9, 2017

How to spend $1 million in NH politics

There are many ways businesses can tip the balance of power at the State House every two years
January 31, 2017

Questions linger over accessory dwelling unit law

Are condominium and homeowner associations covered?
January 25, 2017

Overtime ruling fallout

Can you just pay all employees a salary and be done with it?
December 23, 2016

NH Supreme Court issues key condo financing ruling

Justices back lenders in case over foreclosure-related assessments
December 23, 2016

NH Supreme Court issues key condo financing ruling

Justices back lenders in case over foreclosure-related assessments
November 23, 2016

‘Your candidate said what?’

How to mitigate the potential negative effects of political discussion in the workplace
October 18, 2016

Tax-free business stock

Shares in a ‘qualified small business’ can be eligible for a significant exclusion
September 30, 2016

Accounting for attorneys’ fees

Why the ‘American rule’ requires that each side in a case almost always pays its own
September 30, 2016

You want more time off?

How to deal with employee disability leave requests
September 30, 2016

The evolution of workplace laws according to Jagger

Just like The Rolling Stones lead singer’s offspring, laws continue to pop up
September 2, 2016

Closing the pay gap?

EEOC seeks to expand reporting data to cover wage discrimination
September 2, 2016

Effective use of email in construction

Consistent, focused practices improve project management
August 10, 2016

Navigating New Hampshire’s new accessory unit law

When SB 146 goes into effect next June, it will limit the authority of municipalities to regulate accessory apartments
July 20, 2016

You’ve come a long way baby?

What Gretchen Carlson’s lawsuit tells us about the state of sexual harassment in the workplace
July 19, 2016
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