Important COVID-19 Resources

Sheehan Phinney Client Advisories: Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Discretion During the COVID-19 Pandemic By: Tom Burack, Lynn Preston & Robert Lucic, March 27, 2020 On March 26, 2020, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a temporary policy laying out how the agency will exercise its enforcement discretion in addressing environmental noncompliance matters that arise 

Posted on Friday, March 27th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Sheehan Phinney Staff

Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Discretion During the COVID-19 Pandemic

CLIENT ALERT By: Tom Burack, Lynn Preston & Robert Lucic March 27, 2020 On March 26, 2020, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a temporary policy laying out how the agency will exercise its enforcement discretion in addressing environmental noncompliance matters that arise under federal environmental laws during the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Posted on Friday, March 27th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Lynn J. Preston

New Hampshire Orders Workplace Closures, Orders Residents to Stay Home

CLIENT ALERT By: Alexander Pyle March 27, 2020 On March 26, 2020, Governor Sununu issued an order requiring businesses and other organizations that do not provide essential services to close their physical workplaces, commencing at 11:59 p.m. on March 27, 2020 and continuing until 12:01 a.m. on May 4, 2020. The order also requires all 

Posted on Friday, March 27th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Alexander H. Pyle

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (The Cares Act)

CLIENT ALERT By: Peter Beach, Paul Durham, Andrew Eills, Colleen Lyons & Alexander Pyle March 27, 2020 On March 26, 2020, the Senate passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the “CARES Act”), the third federal stimulus package designed to address the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. If, as expected, the current bill 

Posted on Friday, March 27th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Paul Durham

Governor Sununu’s Emergency Order #9, issued on March 19th, 2020 regarding: Emergency Healthcare System Relief Fund

CLIENT ALERT By: Katherine M. Hanna March 26, 2020 On March 19, 2020, Governor Sununu issued Emergency Order #9, which establishes the Emergency Healthcare System Relief Fund. “The Order creates a $50M fund to provide emergency relief to hospitals and other healthcare providers that are serving an essential component of the State’s healthcare system during 

Posted on Thursday, March 26th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Katherine M. Hanna

Research Funding Opportunity for New Hampshire Businesses

CLIENT ALERT By: Paul Reuland March 26, 2020 The New Hampshire Innovation Research Center (“NHIRC”) is currently accepting applications from New Hampshire businesses that seek to partner with academic institutions for product research and development. An approved business may be granted up to $125,000 in NHIRC funds. The mission of the NHIRC is to foster 

Posted on Thursday, March 26th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Paul S. Reuland

COVID-19 Construction Update

CLIENT ALERT By: John Perten March 26, 2020 Governor Baker’s emergency order shutting down all brick and mortar businesses went into effect at noon on 3/24. As previously reported, the order raises as many questions as it answers. As to the construction industry, we continue to think that the order is ambiguous but it appears 

Posted on Thursday, March 26th, 2020 in Alert, Author: John H. Perten

Construction Bond Claims, Mechanics Liens, and COVID-19

CLIENT ALERT By: John Perten March 26, 2020 It is likely that with the COVID-19 crisis, many projects will be delayed or cancelled. It is also likely that given the financial impact on contractors and developers, many parties will be unable to meet their financial and performance obligations even when the crisis abates. If there 

Posted on Thursday, March 26th, 2020 in Alert, Author: John H. Perten

COVID-19: Key Considerations for Business Owners and Managers

CLIENT ALERT By: Paul Reuland and Alexander Pyle March 26, 2020 Across the country, owners and managers of companies of all sizes types face a number of challenges as they assess the impact of COVID-19 (the “Coronavirus”) on their businesses and what steps can be taken to mitigate harm. With the myriad new laws, regulations 

Posted on Thursday, March 26th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Alexander H. Pyle

Remote Notarizations in NH During This State of Emergency – Don’t Forget the Formalities When Notarizing Documents

CLIENT ALERT By: JP Harris March, 25 2020 (updated March 26,2020) As many companies attempt to do business with a largely remote workforce, many transactions are coming together with electronic signatures. Fortunately, laws already in place facilitate the electronic signing process. One aspect of signing documents that has not “gone digital,” though, is the formality 

Posted on Thursday, March 26th, 2020 in Alert, Author: James P. Harris

SJC Continues to Strengthen Successor Liability Theory in the Name of Equity

CLIENT ALERT  By: Deniz Harrison and Chas Waters March 26, 2020 The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court reinforced the extensive strength of the equitable theory called successor liability.  Specifically, in Smith v. Kelley, SJC-12759 (Feb. 2020) the Court determined that successor liability still applies where the liable predecessor professional corporation “continued” as a sole proprietorship, ultimately 

Posted on Thursday, March 26th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Deniz Harrison

What Constitutes “Essential Services” and Does My Business and Workforce Qualify?

CLIENT ALERT by: Michael Lambert March 25, 2020 With many state and municipal governments restricting “brick and mortar” business to “Essential Services” or permitting only an “Essential Workforce” to be physically present at a place of employment, more questions are being asked than answered. Does my company fall within the list of “Essential Services?” Are 

Posted on Wednesday, March 25th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Michael J. Lambert

Don’t Forget About Cybersecurity with Increased Telecommuting

CLIENT ALERT By: JP Harris March 25, 2020 In the last several weeks, many businesses have significantly increased the number of telecommuters to implement social distancing in response to the COVD-19 outbreak.  Increasing outside access to the company’s network and dispersing access to company data to more remote workers increases legal risk that must be 

Posted on Wednesday, March 25th, 2020 in Alert, Author: James P. Harris

The Reimbursement/Credit Process Under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

CLIENT ALERT By: Mark Ventola March 25, 2020 The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (the “Act”) was signed into law on March 18, 2020. Two of the most important, and discussed, requirements of the Act are that employers provide emergency paid sick and family leave for absences that are related to COVID-19 for employees and 

Posted on Wednesday, March 25th, 2020 in COVID-19, Author: Mark J. Ventola

Federal and State Tax Efforts to Reduce the Impact of COVID-19

CLIENT ALERT By: Mark Dell’Orfano and Peter Beach March 24, 2020 On March 20, 2020, the IRS issued revised tax guidance for 2019, granting tax filers and advisers coping with the COVID-19 pandemic additional time – until July 15, 2020 – to file tax returns and make required tax payments, without interest or penalties. The 

Posted on Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Peter T. Beach

Don’t Be Discouraged by “Your Insurance Does Not Cover This”

CLIENT ALERT By: Michael Lambert March 24, 2020 As the COVID-19 crisis continues to wreak havoc on businesses throughout the world, many business owners have reached out to their insurance brokers or companies to inquire about coverage for the mounting losses. The first responses businesses are likely to hear will include: Business interruption coverage does 

Posted on Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Michael J. Lambert

Massachusetts Orders Workplace Closures and Restricts Gatherings of More Than 10

CLIENT ALERT By: Alexander Pyle March 24, 2020 On March 23, 2020, Governor Baker issued an order requiring non-essential businesses to close their physical workplaces, commencing at 12:00 noon on March 24, 2020 and continuing until 12:00 noon on April 7, 2020.  The order also generally prohibits gatherings of more than 10 people throughout the 

Posted on Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Alexander H. Pyle

COVID-19 Update for Persons in the Construction Industry

CLIENT ALERT By: John Perten March 23, 2020 We now know that it is just a matter of time before this current crisis either shuts your jobs down completely or, at a minimum, causes massive delays. Today, March 23rd, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts shut down all non-essential businesses effective tomorrow, March 24th, at noon. And, 

Posted on Monday, March 23rd, 2020 in Alert, Author: John H. Perten

COVID-19 Medicare Provider Enrollment Relief: CMS Update and FAQs

CLIENT ALERT By: Andrew Eills March 23, 2020 Expedited healthcare provider enrollment in Medicare is crucial to increasing the availability of physicians and non-physician practitioners. CMS has issued, as of March 23, 2020, responses to questions concerning new flexible Medicare enrollment procedures occasioned by the COVID-19 national emergency. CMS is employing its authority under Section 

Posted on Monday, March 23rd, 2020 in Alert, Author: Andrew B. Eills

Federal Government Joins New Hampshire In Prohibiting Foreclosures

CLIENT ALERT By: James LaMontagne March 23, 2020 On March 17, 2020, New Hampshire Governor Christopher Sununu issued Emergency Order #4 pursuant to Executive Order 2020-04 prohibiting all judicial and non-judicial foreclosure actions under New Hampshire RSA 479 or any other applicable law, rule or regulation during New Hampshire’s State of Emergency.  Emergency Order #4 

Posted on Monday, March 23rd, 2020 in Alert, Author: James S. LaMontagne

Government’s Ability to Sway Insurance Coverage for COVID-19 Losses is Limited

CLIENT ALERT By: Michael Lambert March 23, 2020 An insurance policy is a contract between the insured and the insurance company. The terms of that contract, and the obligations of both parties, are set forth in detail in the insurance policy. While the government can legislate what can and cannot be included in these contracts 

Posted on Monday, March 23rd, 2020 in Alert, Author: Michael J. Lambert

Health Professional Licensing Update: Practicing Medicine Across State Lines Without a License to Respond to Covid-19

CLIENT ALERT By: Andrew Eills March 23, 2020 The spread of Covid-19 will require many healthcare professionals to counter the potential surge of patients with the disease.  These professionals are on the front lines of the pandemic and their services will be needed throughout the country. Regulatory developments to ensure that patients have access to 

Posted on Monday, March 23rd, 2020 in Alert, Author: Andrew B. Eills

Recent Actions to Support Small Massachusetts Businesses Affected by COVID-19

CLIENT ALERT By: Alex Pyle March 23, 2020 In recent days the Governor and other governmental agencies have taken a number of steps to provide support and relief to Massachusetts businesses affected by the unfolding COVID-19 pandemic.  Some of the most significant of these small business measures are the following: SBA Disaster Declaration On March 

Posted on Monday, March 23rd, 2020 in Alert, Author: Alexander H. Pyle

Recent Changes to Federal Telehealth Laws in Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak

CLIENT ALERT By: Jason Gregoire March 20, 2020 Health care consumers have likely heard of, or received some aspect of their care through, “telemedicine” or “telehealth” applications, software, or phone services. What many of these consumers do not know, however, is that state and federal insurance and licensing laws have lagged behind technological advances. For 

Posted on Friday, March 20th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Jason D. Gregoire

Critical Lease Issues in COVID-19 Crisis

CLIENT ALERT By: Bruce Bagdasarian March 20, 2020 The current crisis has created unprecedented pressure on the retail and hospitality industries.  With people staying at home, except for an occasional trip to the grocery market, and with some cities closing down restaurants, except perhaps for take-out, restaurants and brick and mortar retail are reeling, other 

Posted on Friday, March 20th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Bruce H. Bagdasarian

Insurance Coverage Issues Abound

CLIENT ALERT By: Michael Lambert March 20, 2020 With the incredible disruption to businesses, large and small, executives across the country are scouring their insurance policies to see if the premiums they have been paying for years might have been worth it.  Business interruption insurance, trade disruption insurance and civil authority coverage may all provide 

Posted on Friday, March 20th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Michael J. Lambert

Force Majeure and Contract Considerations During the Coronavirus Pandemic

CLIENT ALERT By: Paul Durham and Mark Dell’Orfano March 20, 2020 The response of governments, regulators, and public health organizations to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve on a daily and, at times, hourly basis. Businesses worldwide are moving rapidly to preserve the health and wellbeing of their employees and customers while also maintaining 

Posted on Friday, March 20th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Paul Durham

What Employers Need to Know About the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

CLIENT ALERT By: Liz Bailey and Karen Whitley March 20, 2020 On March 18, 2020, President Trump signed into law the “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” (H.R. 6201) (“the Act”) after this legislation passed in the Senate.  The Act takes effect “not later than 15 days after its enactment,” or April 2, 2020.  The Act 

Posted on Friday, March 20th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Elizabeth Bailey

US SBA Offers Financial Assistance to Businesses Impacted by Coronavirus

CLIENT ALERT By: Paul Reuland March 19, 2020 The U.S. Small Business Administration (the “SBA”) is currently accepting applications for Economic Injury Disaster Loans (“EIDL”) from businesses impacted by the Coronavirus.  It is expected that demand for these loans will be high and processing times will be significantly delayed.  Accordingly, businesses with an immediate or 

Posted on Thursday, March 19th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Paul S. Reuland

It’s 10 O’clock, Do You Know Where Your Data Is?

This article was originally published in the NH Business Review and can be found here. It’s 10 O’clock, Do You Know Where Your Data Is? Using data mapping to comply with privacy and security requirements By: Doug Verge March 13, 2020 If you watched the evening news in the 1960s, 70s, or 80s, you may 

Posted on Wednesday, March 18th, 2020 in Article, Author: Douglas G. Verge

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 final weeks of 2019, the federal budget bill was passed by Congress and signed by President Trump. The budget bill included changes to the federal 

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

Are Your Estate Planning Documents Ready?

ESTATE PLANNING ALERT March 18, 2020 In these uncertain times, where many clients and their employees are at home, this is a reminder that for those who do not have their durable powers of attorney for healthcare and living wills prepared and signed, along with other estate planning documents, Sheehan Phinney’s estate planning group stands 

Posted on Wednesday, March 18th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Bradford E. Cook

Federal Government Takes Fiscal Actions to Reduce Impact of COVID-19 on Businesses

Print PDF: Federal Government Takes Fiscal Actions to Reduce Impact of COVID-19 on Businesses CLIENT ALERT By: Mark Dell’Orfano and Peter Beach March 18, 2020 Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced, during President Trump’s press conference on March 17, 2020, that as part of the federal government’s response to the Coronavirus, the Internal Revenue Service will 

Posted on Wednesday, March 18th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Mark W. Dell’Orfano

Message from Firm President: COVID-19

  Dear clients and friends, As our shared experience with the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, I want you to know what we are doing here at Sheehan Phinney to keep our clients, employees, and community secure. We are following guidance from the World Health Organization, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and local 

Posted on Monday, March 16th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Sheehan Phinney Staff

SBA Announces Disaster-Assistance Loan Program in Response to Coronavirus

Print page: SBA Announces Disaster-Assistance Loan Program in Response to Coronavirus CLIENT ALERT By: Christopher Candon March 13, 2020 The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) was formed in 1953 to help small business owners and entrepreneurs, providing counseling, capital, and contracting expertise.  In the wake of recent natural disasters (Hurricanes Michael and Florence), the SBA 

Posted on Friday, March 13th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Christopher M. Candon

COVID-19: HIPAA Covered Entity and Business Associate Disclosure Rules

Print PDF: COVID-19: HIPAA Covered Entity and Business Associate Disclosure Rules CLIENT ALERT By: Andrew Eills and Jason Gregoire March 13, 2020 With President Trump’s implementation of a travel ban on European travelers, calls for a ban on large gatherings, the creation of “exclusion zones,” recommendations for “social distancing,” the cancellation of festivals and sporting 

Posted on Friday, March 13th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Andrew B. Eills

COVID-19 Preparedness: Basic Employment Law Questions Answered

Print page: COVID-19 Preparedness: Basic Employment Law Questions Answered CLIENT ALERT By: Mark Ventola and Brian Bouchard March 11, 2020 As more and more cases of COVID-19 appear across the United States, employers should begin preparing for COVID-19 and how it may affect their workforce.  This Client Alert answers basic employment law questions for responding 

Posted on Wednesday, March 11th, 2020 in Alert, Author: Mark J. Ventola

NH Legal Perspective: Data Privacy, Security Laws Closing in from all Directions

This article was originally published in the Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: Data privacy, Security Laws Closing in from all Directions By: Doug Verge March 7, 2020 Until recently, many businesses took a lax view of privacy and security controls. Some businesses did not see the need for a privacy 

Posted on Tuesday, March 10th, 2020 in Article, Author: Douglas G. Verge

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 candidates in NH were more frequent than Santa Claus this past holiday season. That combined with increased media coverage on the primary and the impeachment 

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

Automile Holdings, LLC v. McGovern

Print page: AUTOMILE HOLDINGS, LLC v. McGOVERN CLIENT ALERT By: Michael Lambert and Deniz Harrison March 3, 2020 Non-competition agreements are a much discussed topic in Massachusetts today, particularly with the recent enactment of the Massachusetts Noncompetition Agreement Act (“MNAA”). One area specifically excluded from the MNAA, however, are employee non-solicitation covenants. The SJC recently 

Posted on Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020 in , Author: Michael J. Lambert

Carefully Safeguarding the Sensitive Data of Your Business

CLIENT ALERT By James P. Harris and Doug G. Verge In today’s digital world, there are a host of reasons why businesses need to carefully safeguard the sensitive data they generate and collect.  Some of those reasons are imposed by statute or regulation, and those rules will grow in number and scope as time passes.  

Posted on Monday, February 24th, 2020 in Data Breach, Author: James P. Harris

NH Legal Perspective: Telemedicine can Assist in the Treatment of Substance Use Disorders

This article was originally published in the Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: Telemedicine can Assist in the Treatment of Substance Use Disorders By: Andrew  Eills February 22, 2020 Everyone is familiar with the timeworn complaint, “We can put a man on the moon, but we can’t (fill in the blank).” 

Posted on Monday, February 24th, 2020 in Article, Author: Andrew B. Eills

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 Legislature is currently considering House Bill 1680, which, if enacted, would impose new restrictions on how some businesses treat the data about consumers they possess. 

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

Sheehan Phinney Expands its Paralegal Team

(2/11/2020, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney is proud to announce the addition of Kelly S. Delaney, Joyce M. Skiff and Lusa M. Silva to its paralegal team. Delaney is a Corporate Paralegal at Sheehan Phinney. Her focus will be with the corporate department, and also with Intellectual Property and Real Estate practice groups. Delaney received 

Posted on Tuesday, February 11th, 2020 in Firm News, Author: Sheehan Phinney Staff

Firm Penguin Plunge Team Raises Over $17,000

(February 4, 2020, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney is proud to have participated once again in the Special Olympics Penguin Plunge. The 2020 Penguin Plunge took place on February 3 at Hampton Beach, NH. Sheehan’s team, Legally Freezing, raised over $17,000, and was recognized as one of the top fundraisers by Special Olympics NH. The 

Posted on Tuesday, February 11th, 2020 in Press Releases, Author: Sheehan Phinney Staff

NH Legal Perspective: Get Started on Succession and Exit Planning Early

This article was originally published in the Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: Get Started on Succession and Exit Planning Early By: Janet Fierman February 8, 2020 Business owners usually say they are too busy to think about retirement and/or their business still needs them. However, exit and succession planning is 

Posted on Monday, February 10th, 2020 in Article, Author: Janet B. Fierman

Sheehan Phinney Names New Director of Information Security and Technology

(2/4/2020, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney is proud to announce that Tom E. Mitchell has been named the firm’s Director of Information Security and Technology. “Cybersecurity is one of the most critical issues facing law firms today,” says Paul Voegelin, COO of Sheehan Phinney. “Tom brings a wealth of expertise in information security and I 

Posted on Tuesday, February 4th, 2020 in Firm News, Author: Sheehan Phinney Staff

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 final weeks of 2019, the federal budget was passed by Congress and signed by President Trump. The new law includes changes to the federal tax 

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 your hometown or team affiliation and your feelings about the New England Patriots, Tom Brady is arguably the best quarterback of all time. Many even 

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

Expect Investigators to Probe White- Collar Involvement in the Opioid Epidemic in NH

This article was originally posted by the New Hampshire Bar News and can be found here. Expect Investigators to Probe White- Collar Involvement in the Opioid Epidemic in NH By: Patrick Queenan January 15, 2020 In 2019, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) ramped up its efforts to fight prescription opioid abuse across the 

Posted on Thursday, January 16th, 2020 in , Author: Patrick J. Queenan

Durham Named to the Friends of The Musical Hall Board of Trustees

(1/15/2020, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney attorney Paul J. Durham has been named to the Friends of The Music Hall Board of Trustees, where he will serve for an initial term of three years. The Music Hall hosts over 130,000 patrons each year at their two theatres in downtown Portsmouth, NH. Their passion is to 

Posted on Wednesday, January 15th, 2020 in , Author: Paul Durham

Queenan Named Board of Directors Chair of MY TURN, Inc.

(1/9/2020, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney attorney Patrick J. Queenan has been named Chair of the Board of Directors for MY TURN, Inc. Queenan has served on the Board for two years. MY TURN helps nearly 500 youth annually develop their skills, goals, and self-confidence through alternative education, post-secondary planning, career exploration, and employment training. 

Posted on Thursday, January 9th, 2020 in , Author: Patrick J. Queenan

Ramsdell Joins Sheehan Phinney’s Business Litigation Department

(Manchester, NH, December 31, 2019) – Sheehan Phinney is proud to welcome Michael D. Ramsdell to its Business Litigation Department.  Ramsdell brings 30 years of experience representing varied clients in commercial, civil, administrative, appellate and criminal litigation. “We are excited to have Michael Ramsdell join Sheehan Phinney,” said Sheehan Phinney’s President and Managing Director, Dave 

Posted on Tuesday, December 31st, 2019 in Press Releases, Author: Michael D. Ramsdell

NH Legal Perspective: Increasing Effectiveness of Patents in Patent Litigation

This article was originally published in the Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: Increasing Effectiveness of Patents in Patent Litigation By: Peter Nieves December 28. 2019 Patent litigation is costly. While patents can be used for many purposes, one of the most common is to stop others from making, using, selling 

Posted on Sunday, December 29th, 2019 in , Author: Peter A. Nieves

Walpole Affordable Housing Units Celebrated as Model for Region

Sheehan Phinney’s Affordable Housing team successfully represented developer Jack Franks in the the development and new construction of a 22 affordable housing units, Abenaki Spring, in Walpole, NH. Governor Chris Sununu attended the grand opening of  the development. “As businesses are coming in, this is what everyone is looking for. It’s affordability, it’s quality, efficiency, 

Posted on Thursday, December 12th, 2019 in Affordable Housing, Author: Kenneth A. Viscarello

Titles Matter

Client Alert By: John Perten Under the Massachusetts Wage Act, employers are liable for up to treble damages for failing to pay wages.  Regardless of corporate status, the “president, treasurer … and any officers or agents having management of such corporation” are deemed employers under the statute and therefore personally liable.  In Lynch v. Crawford, 

Posted on Tuesday, December 10th, 2019 in , Author: John H. Perten

California Consumer Privacy Act

PRINT PAGE CLIENT ALERT By Doug Verge Are You Ready? As you may already be aware, more and more data privacy and security laws are being enacted, and some carry with them significant financial and other penalties for noncompliance. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was the first significant piece of such legislation. In the 

Posted on Friday, December 6th, 2019 in Intellectual Property, Author: Douglas G. Verge