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By Charla Bizios Stevens
On February 1, 2019 the Keene Sentinel reported that a Massachusetts construction company had been hit with more than $64,000 in fines after an audit conducted by the New Hampshire Department of Labor
By Susan Schorr
Karen Pence just wanted to return to teaching art after a hiatus of a few years.
By Amelia Elacqua
Q: I recently started a new business in New Hampshire. What is the best way to set up my business that is simple, yet enables me to grow the business in the future?
By Beth Fowler
Although the government shutdown appears to be over, at least temporarily, businesses will need to deal with the aftermath of the lengthy shutdown.
By David Wolowitz
It goes without saying that schools should make every effort to prevent predatory sexual misconduct by educators. But not all educator sexual misconduct is predatory.
By John Weaver
In my last column, I explored the first two components that I recommend clients address in their public-facing AI policies.
By Jacqueline Botchman
My company's goal for 2019 is to ensure that we are cultivating a positive and productive environment for our workplace. Having never really been systematic in our approach, what are the top things we can focus on?
By Adam Hamel
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is proposing a measure, which, if passed, would make the Big Apple the first place in the nation to require private-sector employers to provide paid vacation to employees.
By Charla Bizios Stevens
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), which oversees the E-Verify program, has announced that the website will not be available to employers during the current partial government shutdown.
By Catherine Hines
Q: My business is an LLC taxable as a partnership and has only a few members. I understand that the new federal partnership audit rules may require me to name a "partnership representative."
By Bill Cheng, John Weaver
Blockchain technology and its derivative uses, such as Bitcoin and smart contracts, have made many attention-grabbing headlines over the past couple years.
By Megan Coneeny
What employers should know now that it has been included as a protected class in New Hampshire.
By Adam Hamel
With the first recreational marijuana retail shops now opening in locations throughout Massachusetts
By Amanda E. Quinlan
According to a New Hampshire judge, "It is at least a jury question whether as plaintiff alleges, ‘public policy encourages a mother to breastfeed her child, particularly where breastfeeding is imperative for the child's health.'"
By Michael B. Tule
There are as many opinions on alternative dispute resolution and arbitration as there are lawyers, most of them strongly held. As a general rule, I tend to favor judges and courts as the forum...
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