New DOL Overtime Rule Calls for a Fresh Look at Compensation Strategies

By Rachelle Green & Jonathan Cardosi | More than two years after President Obama directed that changes be made, the U.S. Department of Labor recently issued […]

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Trade Secrets Protected Under Federal Law for First Time

By Roger Hood | The President signed into law the Defend Trade Secrets Act (DTSA) on May 12th. Now, for the first time, companies seeking to […]

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When Profit is Not the Only Point

By Jean Harrington | Many states including Rhode Island, have adopted a hybrid form of entity called a “low profit limited liability company” or “L3C”.  It’s […]

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Middle-Market M&A: The “Window” Is Open

By Michael Sweeney | Among the many personal and often emotional issues successful business owners face when contemplating a liquidity event is whether or not it’s […]

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SEC Adopts Long-Awaited Rules for Crowdfunding

By Daniel Meyer | In October of 2015, the SEC adopted final rules to permit companies to offer and sell securities to friends, followers and community […]

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It’s A Wrap: BLOG Year in Review

From  Wearable Technology in the Workplace to the Religious Elephant in the Room to You Can’t Un-know Confidential Information,  our 2015 blog highlights are here … 1. Selling Your […]

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