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By Jon Barooshian
article discusses the recent threat of stricter federal drug laws and what this could mean for the developing marijuana industry in Massachusetts.
By Anthony Dragga
It's not your imagination, breweries really are popping up everywhere. In December of 2017, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released a "Spotlight on Statistics" for the brewing industry.
By Robert G. Young
Who says trademark disputes can't be fun? Well, plenty of people, but that's beside the point. Anheuser Busch InBev recently showed that a serious legal message can be delivered in a humorous form.
By Paul Bauer
On Monday, December 11, 2017, the Baker Administration announced the Housing Choice Initiative, which is intended to increase housing development in Massachusetts. The Initiative intends to meet this goal through several means.
By Timothy Powell
A female former student at Iowa State University alleges that in January 2015, she was sexually assaulted at a fraternity by a male University student. The student brought a Title IX claim against the University...
By AiVi Nguyen
The Worcester Business Journal has published "10 things I know about: Causing & preventing business litigation" written by AiVi Nguyen. Below is an excerpt from the article:
By Robert G. Young
The United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois recently weighed in on the dichotomy of having an untenable discrimination claim but a viable retaliation claim.
By Chelsie A. Vokes
The United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky recently decided that mere knowledge of an employee's disability is insufficient to establish that the disability was the sole cause of the employee's termination, and therefore discriminatory.
By Scott Cashman
The year 2017 could be described as the year of the Bitcoin and other "virtual currencies," with Bitcoin having appreciated 1800% since the beginning of the year and Ethereum, at one point...
By Scott Cashman
If the standard deduction is increased for 2018, this may be the last year for many taxpayers to benefit from itemizing their deductions.
By Peter Martin, Esq
Higher education institutions active in the European Union should be aware that in 2018 new EU privacy regulations will require changes in policies and operations that affect applicants...
By Timothy Powell, Timothy Van Dyck
On July 17th, the Supreme Judicial Court ruled that Massachusetts employers may not terminate an employee merely because of his or her off-site use of medical marijuana.
By Bowditch Attorneys
The New England Journal of Higher Education has published the article, Shortsighted Tax Policy Senate and House Tax Reform Bills Would Increase Burdens on Universities and Students written by Matthew Morris.
By Andrew Bartholomew
Last month, a local brewery was informed by the Water & Sewer Commission in its town that its wastewater contained more pollutants than was originally anticipated.
By Ariel G. Sullivan
Most harassment in the workplace occurs in more subtle ways, requiring a nuanced approach to training employees how to prevent, detect and respond to it. Given the recent outpouring of (mostly) women and men coming forward to share their experiences of sexual harassment in the workplace, it is more important than ever for employers to reevaluate and rethink their approach to training.
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