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Benefit corporations: coming soon to New Hampshire

A new state law gives socially minded businesses an alternative corporate option
December 1, 2014

How to approach a proposed merger of nonprofits

They present issues that go far beyond conventional corporate transactions
November 13, 2014

New OSHA rule expands recordkeeping requirements

More injuries, industries are covered by change in regulations
November 5, 2014

Telecommuting: a ‘reasonable accommodation?’

Under recent court ruling, the possibility is growing
September 5, 2014

How state’s new social media access law will work

Measure gives employees privacy in their personal email and social media accounts
September 5, 2014

How businesses can minimize litigation expenses

Getting a handle on costs that can wreak havoc on a company’s budget
September 5, 2014

Customized arbitration makes sense for business

September 3, 2014

Recently passed legislation may help to clarify real estate transfer tax rules

August 8, 2014

Trademark registration: the process and advantages

August 8, 2014

New law bodes well for N.H. trust services

August 8, 2014

How to reduce the risk of wrongful termination claims

August 8, 2014

Workplace investigations: what you need to know

The choice of investigator is important and should be based on broader criteria than simply short-term cost
August 8, 2014

Arbitration has an upside, but there are drawbacks

Costs, potential conflicts, finality of verdict are possible negatives
August 8, 2014

State’s new pay equity law sets new ground rules

The law’s anti-retaliation provisions should get the attention of all employers and their HR professionals
July 25, 2014

New court ruling takes on the sabotaging co-worker

An employer can be held liable for discrimination when it fires an employee who has been maligned by a jilted co-worker intent on revenge
July 11, 2014
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