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By Susan Schorr, Charla Bizios Stevens
Employee can be dismissed for good reason, bad reason or no reason without warning or due process
By Susan Schorr
The federal Truth in Lending Act and its sci-fi-sounding Regulation Z require that borrowers of consumer credit receive written information about the terms of a loan prior to being legally bound to repay it.
By Beth Deragon
Now that you have read the top 5 NH Labor Law Violations, keep reading – you don't want to get caught out on the last 5!:
By Jesse S Angeley
The term "crowdfunding" generally means the process of raising capital by many, relatively small, investments from a large number of "investors" (the "crowd") utilizing an internet platform to do so.
By Adam Hamel
Last week, the Department of Labor issued new guidance on whether interns are "employees" covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act's minimum wage and overtime provisions.
By David Wolowitz
I am often asked by independent school administrators whether their schools should have policies prohibiting texting between faculty and students.
By Jennifer Parent, Dawn Gagnon
You just sent the client's answer to a 35-page complaint and counterclaims to the court for filing when you notice a new email from opposing counsel.
By Cameron Shilling
Strong anti-hacking and privacy protections exist under federal law. Businesses and their counsel need to understand the company's anti-hacking rights and remedies as well as the privacy limitations...
By Rebecca Walkley
What is net metering and how does it work in New Hampshire?
By Beth Deragon
At the end of 2017, the New Hampshire Department of Labor (DOL) published its annual list of "Top 10 New Hampshire Labor Law Violations."
By Caitlin G. McCurdy
I was recently appointed guardian over my mother, who has advanced dementia, and I discovered that she never did any estate planning. Do I have any options now?
By Adam Hamel
This week, The Boston Globe reported on a growing trend in the nation's workplaces: more and more fathers are complaining that they are experiencing discrimination in the workplace...
By Charla Bizios Stevens
Although New Hampshire has long been cited as a state with significant alcoholism issues, the sheer magnitude and scope of the opioid crisis has businesses reeling on a number of fronts.
By Cameron Shilling
How much do you really worry much anymore about a breach of your credit card? If your card is lost or your number is stolen, a thief might make a purchase or two before the fraud is detected ...
By John Weaver
I frequently joke that I have two practices: really old law (dirt, real estate) and really new law (artificial intelligence and other forms of emerging technology).
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