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By Adam Hamel
In 2016, Massachusetts voters passed a measure decriminalizing marijuana for recreational use.
By Adam Hamel
Earlier this month, the Supreme Court announced that it had decided not to hear the case of Gavin Grimm – the transgender student who sued his school district seeking access to the restroom...
By Ashley Scott
For the last two years, my husband and I have lived in our New Hampshire house during the summer months and at our house in Arizona the remainder of the year.
By Charla Bizios Stevens
One of the most problematic areas for employers is the balancing act which occurs between managing employee productivity and attendance while taking care not to tread on entitlement to "FMLA"...
By Beth Deragon
Yesterday Governor Sununu enacted his first law allowing gun owners to carry concealed loaded guns, without a license – effective immediately.
By Adam Hamel
As we reported in an earlier blog post, employers have been keeping an eye on the ongoing political fights over the rights of transgender persons to use restrooms that correspond to their gender identities.
By Gregory Smith, Elizabeth Mason
The United States Environmental Protection Agency recently modernized its implementation of its two primary self-disclosure incentive policies...
By Beth Deragon
Governor Sununu enacted his first law allowing gun owners to carry concealed loaded guns without a license effective immediately. Does that mean I need to allow employees to carry guns in my workplace?
By Charla Bizios Stevens
With all of the focus on the uncertainty of federal employment regulations, state legislatures have been hard at work on proposed legislation and have flown a bit under the radar.
By John Rich, Jr.
Unlike private employers, tax-exempt and governmental employers are required to comply with the complex rules of Tax Code Section 457 whenever compensation is payable to employees in arrangements beyond...
By Beth Fowler
For many years, one of the most controversial aspects of the New Hampshire business profits tax has been the basis step-up requirement triggered on the transfer of equity in a business.
By Cameron Shilling, Ramey Sylvester
Cyber-attacks and costly accidental losses of sensitive personal and financial information are no longer confined to retailers like Target or Sony or banks and investment houses like JP Morgan.
By Alexandra Geiger
Last month, President Trump nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch from the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit to fill the vacant seat left by the late Antonin Scalia...
By Beth Deragon
The winter season presents employers with many weather related issues ranging from obligations to keep outdoor areas safe to deciding whether to close the business for all or part of the day.
By Rachel Adams Ladeau
On February 3, 2017, the EEOC announced that it would extend the notice and comment period for its proposed enforcement guidelines on unlawful harassment under EEOC-enforced employment discrimination laws.
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