Category Archives: Corporate
By Adam D. Page, Esq. Companies doing business in states other than where the company is incorporated should be aware that there can be differences between the various business laws between and among various states. Generally, shareholders of a corporation … Continue reading
By George H. Schadler, Esq. Arbitration can provide many benefits in business disputes, including faster resolution times and lower costs as compared to traditional litigation. However, arbitration provisions must be very clear as to the law that governs and to … Continue reading
Following a recent trend of court decisions upholding broad application and enforceability of arbitration agreements, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has held that Wage Act claims may be subject to arbitration if agreed to by the employer and employee through … Continue reading
By: Adam D. Page, Esq. January 1, 2016 is quickly approaching, and with it, new members will be joining health clubs. Both members and health club owners need to be aware that Massachusetts law requires health club contracts to include … Continue reading
Adam D. Page, Esq., of Finneran & Nicholson, P.C., recently advised a privately held cemetery association in regards to the transfer of its cemetery property to the municipality where it is located, which involved obtaining approval from the Massachusetts Supreme … Continue reading
Adam D. Page, Esq., of Finneran & Nicholson, P.C., recently advised a large U.S. veterinary company, with operations located in various states in the Northeast, in regards to its successful acquisition of an emergency veterinary hospital located in New Hampshire.
By: Adam D. Page, Esq. For many Businesses (especially those in the trades, such as plumbers, electricians and carpenters), a short, one page work order or proposal may be the only document that it has in writing with a customer. … Continue reading
Business Owners and Employers Must Be Diligent in Enforcing Their Internal Confidentiality/Non-Disclosure Policies–Even With Independent Contractors.
The law in Massachusetts surrounding the enforceability of employee non-competition agreements and other employment-related agreements has evolved considerably over the last few years, and many of the changes, without proactive responsive action by employers/business owners, may not favor employers or … Continue reading
By: Kelly Kneeshaw-Price, Esq. In addition to investment adviser’s ongoing annual compliance reviews and procedures, including updates to written supervisory procedures (WSP) and Form ADV, RIAs and Chief Compliance Officers (CCO) should be aware of and prepared for recent focus … Continue reading