Our BLOG Year in Review

Our BLOG Year in Review

Our attorneys are frequent writers about issues at the intersection of business and technology, including intellectual property, employment and human resources,  finance, and beyond. We offer advice and perspective about the legal ramifications of current pronouncements, proposed legislation and other legal trends. We invite you to share the resources here and contact our attorneys for your specific questions on these and other topics.

From  securing equity capital to social media policies to copyrights and trademarks our 2014 blog recap is here …

bio_johnscholhamerSelling Your Business? Does Net Working Capital Matter?

If you’re selling your business and it’s a decent size deal, a buyer usually requires you to leave a sufficient amount […]

GregM_BioSocial Media Policies: The Hidden Dangers

As Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media websites and apps become more commonplace, many companies have developed  […]

MeganS_bioNo Backsies? US Supreme Court to Review Trademark & Tacking

In trademark law, the most basic test of ownership is priority of use, and the trademark concept of “tacking” to determine […]

ChrisM_bioCheers? Not So Fast When It Comes To Opening A Brewery

It seems like craft beer is everywhere. The number of operating breweries in the US in 2013 totaled 2,822, with 2,768 considered […]


Securing Equity Capital To Create A Business Enterprise

One of the most frequent conversations I have with clients attempting to start a new venture, development or project is “How do I […]

bio_rogerhoodOSHA Expands Reporting & Exemptions in 2015

In a new rule published this month that will take effect on January 1, 2015, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) […]

MeganS_bioSorry, Unpopular Bosses: You Can’t Force Employees To Be Facebook “Friends”

Employers have an interest in investigating job applicants, and in many industries, criminal background checks and/or drugs tests are a common […]

GregM_BioPay Day USA: Are You Unintentionally Violating FLSA?

In today’s fast-driven world where work time and personal time often blur into one, companies face a wealth of employment law […]

MeganS_bioYou Can’t Copyright That: Pharaoh Did It First

Copyright law protects “original works of authorship,” including pictorial, graphic, and sculptural works” which include two- and three-dimensional  […]

MeganS_bioFrom Sporting Events to Snuggies: The Importance of Updating Your Trademarks

Successful branding strategies rely on trademarks to protect a company’s product names and logos. But as a company expands its product lines, […]

bio_rogerhoodCourt Confirms RI Employers Must Pay Time-And-A-Half

… the RI Superior Court confirmed in its “Park Row” decision that, other than by specific exemption, RI employers must pay their employees […]

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