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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

Anticipating the unexpected in construction deals

Why the boilerplate ‘force majeure’ clause is worth a second look
June 15, 2016

Contingencies and termination rights in retail leases

Economic realities change, businesses evolve and forces outside of the parties’ control can make a productive lease relationship impracticable or impossible
June 1, 2016

Succession planning in the construction industry

Companies will flounder unless they have implemented plans to pass the leadership on to the next generation
June 1, 2016

How new overtime rules affect NH employers

Companies must comply with new regulation on Dec. 1
May 26, 2016

Liability in bias cases

NH Supreme Court ruling makes all employees potentially liable for workplace harassment
May 13, 2016

U.S. moves to protect trade secrets

Defend Trade Secrets Act sets uniform federal standard
May 12, 2016

A price on their heads: U.S. DOJ targets execs

A new department memo places individual culpability front and center in white-collar cases
May 12, 2016

The ACA’s 30-hour threshold

Federal courts consider whether employers can reduce employees’ hours to avoid cost of health care
April 15, 2016

Data breach preparedness for NH businesses

A look at the legal responsibilities specific to Granite State firms
March 24, 2016

Yellow flags fly in ‘Deflategate’ investigation

Lessons that companies can take away from NFL’s problematic probe
March 18, 2016

Why define an ‘employee’?

House bill seeks to level the playing field in determining misclassification
March 18, 2016

Data security for law firms

How to keep clients' personal information safe and secure
March 10, 2016

How do you select an IP attorney?

February 19, 2016

Risk and the corporate ‘shield’

February 19, 2016
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