Banks, Borrowers and Securities Issuers Beware: LIBOR on the Decline

By Patrick Guida | The anticipated changes to LIBOR will certainly impact how interest rate provisions are documented for borrowers and lenders. The London interbank offered […]

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Is The Window Closing on the Decade-Long Sellers Market?

By Michael Sweeney | As we turn the corner toward the end of 2018, business owners and the professionals who advise them are wondering: Will the “window” […]

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Non-Competes in Massachusetts … If You Need Me, I’ll Be In The Garden

Massachusetts has a new law regarding the enforcement of non-competition agreements that will go into effect as of October 1, 2018, including requirements for “garden leave.” […]

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Business Owners with Exit Dreams May Leverage Middle-Market Momentum

by Michael Sweeney & Samuel Eckel | For business owners looking to make an exit from their companies, 2018 has more than a bright outlook; in […]

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April 1st Heralds Employer-Mandated Accommodations for Pregnant Workers in MA

by Roger Hood | The Massachusetts Pregnant Workers Fairness Act becomes effective on April 1st. The Act requires employers with six or more employees to provide […]

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Are You Pregnant? And Other Off-Limits Interview Questions

You probably wouldn’t ask someone that question — are you pregnant? — during a job interview or on an employment application, right? (Anyone who said “yes” […]

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