Another First for Lil’ Rhody: Court Refuses to Pluck [Medical] Weed

By Sara Wilkinson | Rhode Island is known for firsts. The first circus in the US was held in Newport in 1774. In May of 1776, […]

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New Guidelines for IP in Commercial Finance Benefit both Lenders and Businesses

By Patrick A. Guida | A new model agreement for documenting transactions secured by intellectual property clarifies much of the process for both lenders and business […]

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RI Supreme Court Limits Liability under the Fair Employment Practices Act

By Jonathan Cardosi | In a March 2017 decision that offers clear guidance to employers in the state, the Rhode Island Supreme Court addressed the limits […]

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Our 2016 BLOG Year in Review

As we celebrated 20 years in business in 2016, our BLOG highlighted topical issues ranging from cyber security and trade secrets, to mid-market M&A and SEC […]

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Registering Your Company Trademark: Benefits of Federal vs. State

By Will Wray | A trademark is a word, name, symbol, design, or any combination of one of those that is used by a person to […]

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Don’t Wait to Implement a Cyber Security Plan

By Rachelle Green | Although National Cyber Security Awareness Month is coming to a close, we don’t want our clients and friends to lose sight of […]

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