COVID-19 and Massachusetts Retail Leases

This article was originally published in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly and can be found here. Damon M. Seligson | August 13, 2020 Retail tenants and commercial landlords are both experiencing business-threatening circumstances 

Posted on Thursday, August 20th, 2020 in Article, Author: Damon M. Seligson

Telehealth Law Signals a “New Normal”

This article was originally published in the New Hampshire Business Review and can be found here. Telehealth Law Signals a “New Normal” In the 21st century, health care can and 

Posted on Wednesday, July 22nd, 2020 in Article, Author: Andrew B. Eills

Estate Planning After the SECURE Act

This article was originally published in the New Hampshire Bar News and can be found here. Estate Planning After the SECURE Act By: Michael Panebianco March 18, 2020 In the 

Posted on Wednesday, March 18th, 2020 in Article, Author: Michael P. Panebianco

Managing Political Speech in the Office

This article was originally published in Business New Hampshire Magazine and can be found here. Managing Political Speech in the Office By: Jim Reidy March 3, 2020 Sightings of presidential 

Posted on Thursday, March 5th, 2020 in Article, Author: James P. Reidy

NH Weighs California-like Privacy Law

This article was originally published in the New Hampshire Business Review and can be found here. NH Weighs California-like Privacy Law By: JP Harris February 14, 2020 The New Hampshire 

Posted on Tuesday, February 18th, 2020 in Article, Author: James P. Harris

Budget Law Changes and your Estate Plan

This article was originally published in the NH Business Review and can be found here. Budget Law Changes and your Estate Plan By: Michael Panebianco January 31, 2020 In the 

Posted on Tuesday, February 4th, 2020 in Article, Author: Michael P. Panebianco

Tom Brady and a Cautionary Tale for Employers

This article was originally posted by the New Hampshire Business Review and can be found here. Tom Brady and a Cautionary Tale for Employers By: Jim Reidy January 17, 2020 Regardless of 

Posted on Thursday, January 23rd, 2020 in , Author: James P. Reidy

Data Privacy Compliance in the 21st Century

This article was originally posted by the New Hampshire Business Review and can be found here. Data Privacy Compliance in the 21st Century By: Doug Verge October 24, 2019 Like it or not, 

Posted on Thursday, October 24th, 2019 in Article, Author: Douglas G. Verge

The Risks of Working at Home

This article was originally posted by the New Hampshire Business Review and can be found here. The Risks of Working at Home By: JP Harris October 24, 2019 Even though employees are 

Posted on Thursday, October 24th, 2019 in Article, Author: James P. Harris

Assessing NH’s New Noncompete Law

This article was originally posted in the New Hampshire Business Review and can be found here. By: David McGrath | August 29, 2019 Effective Sept. 8, all noncompete agreements entered 

Posted on Friday, August 30th, 2019 in Article, Author: David W. McGrath

Adopting a Proactive Employee Mobility Strategy

Almost every company today — and in New Hampshire in particular — is engaged in something of a multidimensional war. There is as intense a competition for talented employees, skilled 

Posted on Monday, August 5th, 2019 in Article, Author: Christopher Cole

The Supreme Court Continues Review of FDCPA

In this past term, the United States Supreme Court took action on several cases that may significantly shape bankruptcy and/or insolvency law. Notably, the Supreme Court handed down another significant 

Posted on Friday, July 19th, 2019 in Article, Author: Christopher M. Candon

NH’s Legislative Roundup

This article was originally published in Business NH Magazine and can be found here. NH’s Legislative Roundup By: Jim Reidy June 5, 2019 While the headlines coming out of Washington 

Posted on Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 in , Author: James P. Reidy

Marijuana and the Modern Workplace

Strict drug screening policies may not be keeping up with the times. That is because drug-testing policies, especially for marijuana use, are no longer in step with the changes to 

Posted on Thursday, April 25th, 2019 in Article, Author: James P. Reidy

NH Legal Perspective: What is a Patent For?

This article was originally published in the Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: What is a Patent For? By: Jonathan Whitcomb April 13, 2019 A little 

Posted on Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 in Article, Author: Jonathan B. Whitcomb

When Free Speech and Employment Clash

Human resources professionals have the responsibility to enforce workplace rules, promote cooperation, insist on civility and respect, and — most of all — remind folks they are on one team, 

Posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 in Article, Author: James P. Reidy

Live Free and Get High?

It wasn’t that long ago that the question of legalizing recreational marijuana was met with disbelief and in many cases laughter. Now that NH is surrounded by states, as well 

Posted on Friday, March 22nd, 2019 in Article, Author: James P. Reidy

Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act

Currently, New Hampshire law does not expressly authorize fiduciaries to manage a person’s digital assets as they can with the person’s other, tangible, personal property. Recognizing this need, an effort 

Posted on Wednesday, March 20th, 2019 in Article, Author: Michael P. Panebianco

Gauging Critical Access Hospital Protections

New Hampshire’s healthcare system is composed of a variety of organizations ranging from large tertiary hospitals, to small free-standing surgery centers to community health clinics. Among these, “critical access hospitals” 

Posted on Friday, March 15th, 2019 in Article, Author: Andrew B. Eills

LLC Taxed as an S Corporation – Be Careful

It is common today to include in a discussion about choice of entity the possibility of forming an LLC (Limited Liability Company) that elects to be taxed as an S corporation. The 

Posted on Monday, February 25th, 2019 in Article, Author: Kolbie R. McCabe

Stark Law and Anti-kickback Statute Reform

It’s a safe bet that in the coming year reforms will be made to two central laws governing physician compensation – the Stark Law and the Anti-Kickback statute.  Whether through 

Posted on Friday, January 11th, 2019 in Article, Author: Andrew B. Eills

White-collar Crime in NH: A Look Back at 2018 Cases

In 2018, more so than in other years, white-collar criminal investigations and prosecutions have occupied our country’s attention and received widespread national media coverage, partly because of the Mueller investigation 

Posted on Thursday, December 27th, 2018 in Article, Author: Patrick J. Queenan

Title IX Rules Remain in Flux

Title IX coordinators have been on a bit of a roller coaster for some time now, and unfortunately, the ride isn’t over yet. Attorney Megan Carrier discusses recent changes by 

Posted on Wednesday, December 26th, 2018 in Article, Author: Megan C. Carrier

Conducting Workplace Investigations

It’s Monday morning and you are starting your busy week as a human resources (HR) director. An employee comes into your office, closes the door, and tells you she feels 

Posted on Wednesday, November 14th, 2018 in Article, Author: Elizabeth Bailey

Understanding the Revocable Trust

Sheehan Phinney attorney Michael Panebianco explains that how having a thoughtful estate plan in place ensures that your assets are managed and distributed according to your wishes and can reduce, or 

Posted on Tuesday, October 16th, 2018 in Article, Author: Michael P. Panebianco

Not so crazy talk: net-zero energy buildings

This article was originally published in the New Hampshire Business Review and can be found here. By: Tom Burack | August 29, 2018 Or imagine this: You’re a residential landlord, 

Posted on Wednesday, August 29th, 2018 in Article, Author: Thomas Burack

Are LLC Operating Agreements Executory Contracts?

Are LLC Operating Agreements Executory Contracts? Attorney Chris Candon discusses this question and the potential impact of the determination in a bankruptcy case. Read more here.

Posted on Monday, August 13th, 2018 in Article, Author: Christopher M. Candon

Are Employer Drug-Testing Programs Obsolete?

Attorney Jim Reidy discusses how drug-testing policies, especially for marijuana use, are no longer in step with the realities of today’s workforce. Are Employer Drug-Testing Programs Obsolete?  

Posted on Wednesday, August 8th, 2018 in Article, Author: James P. Reidy

10 Non-Tax Reasons You Should Have an Estate Plan

Sheehan Phinney attorney Michael Panebianco explains that contrary to popular thought, estate planning is not just for those who may have to pay a federal or state estate tax. There are many 

Posted on Monday, July 9th, 2018 in Article, Author: Michael P. Panebianco