New Data Security Requirements For Credit Card Service Providers

By Roger Hood | As a result of the highly publicized credit card breaches involving Target, Home Depot and Sony (and more), the policies governing these […]

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Take the Lead in the Interactive Process Under the ADA

By Francesco DeLuca | It takes two to tango.  This adage applies to nearly every facet of everyday life, and the law is no exception.  A […]

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New MA Law Mandates All Employers Provide Sick Time

By Gregory McIntosh | In November, Massachusetts voters approved a new law that will provide all employees in Massachusetts with sick leave eligibility.  It will go […]

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Selling Your Business? Does Net Working Capital Matter?

By Ted Scholhamer | If you’re selling your business and it’s a decent size deal, a buyer (“buyer”) usually requires you to leave a sufficient amount […]

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Social Media Policies: The Hidden Dangers

By Gregory McIntosh | As Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media websites and apps become more commonplace, many companies have developed and implemented polices governing […]

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No Backsies? US Supreme Court to Review Trademark & Tacking

By Megan St. Ledger | In trademark law, the most basic test of ownership is priority of use, and the trademark concept of “tacking” to determine […]

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