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Part II: IP issues in early-stage software development

What to do when your product contains third-party proprietary code … and more
July 23, 2015

The ongoing monitoring duty of fiduciaries

Supreme Court rules retirement plans must have vigorous reviews of investment decisions
July 10, 2015

Issuing a private placement

Raising capital and the impact of securities laws
July 10, 2015

New Hampshire’s Scopes (Manual) trial

Insurance department case shows how administrative law has ‘evolved’
June 12, 2015

The streamlined 501(c) application

June 12, 2015

Paying employees for travel

Fair Labor Standards Act lays out the rules
June 12, 2015

What constitutes compensable ‘working time’?

The U.S. Supreme Court recently provided some clarity regarding whether employees must be compensated for select employer-mandated activities
April 17, 2015

The nuts and bolts of establishing a B Corporation

A way to generate profit and do some good at the same time
March 20, 2015

How does a business accommodate a service animal?

Figuring out compliance under sometimes murky ADA rules
March 20, 2015

Pass the mic, but don’t pass on the copyright

After Monster Energy used a Beastie Boys compilation video without permission, the rap group was ready to make some noise
March 20, 2015

Alleged ‘cash grab’ leaves N.H. tech training firm’s partners in the lurch

Lawsuit alleges financial manipulation resulted in $4m in unmade payments from company’s sale
February 20, 2015

EEOC renews focus on pregnancy discrimination

Agency issues first new guidance in over 30 years
February 20, 2015

DES weighs changes to contaminated site rules

Before readoption, amendments to regulations are being heard
February 19, 2015

‘Association discrimination’ in the workplace

The ADA protects employees who are adversely treated based on stereotypes and assumptions arising from the employee’s relationship to someone with a disability
December 30, 2014

Obama’s immigration actions: An overview

Some of the changes represent a sharp break from past practices, but others probably should have been made a long time ago
December 2, 2014
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