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Beginner’s Guide to Estate Planning

Beginner’s Guide to Estate Planning What Is an Estate Plan?  An estate plan ensures that your affairs are handled exactly the way you want ... Read more

New Hampshire’s Land Use Review Docket

A Comprehensive Overview of RSA 491:7-b In response to the increasing need for a streamlined approach to address the state's complex land use cases, ... Read more

Guidance for Practitioners:
Testamentary Capacity and Undue Influence

In probate litigation, contestants frequently seek to invalidate estate planning documents on the grounds that the decedent lacked capacity and/or ... Read more

Revocable Trusts and Creditor Protection

A diverse cross-section of estate planning clients choose to create and fund revocable trusts in order to achieve some combination of the following ... Read more

NLRB Further Restricts Severance Agreements

Employers take note:  On March 22, 2023, the National Labor Relations Board’s Office of General Counsel issued a guidance memo explaining and ... Read more

NLRB ruling makes offering severance agreements with confidentiality and nondisparagement provisions unlawful 

Employers beware!  On February 21, 2023, the National Labor Relations Board (Board) declared that severance agreements containing confidentiality ... Read more

Legal Update: New York City’s “Fast-Food Just Cause law”

New York City’s “Fast-Food Just Cause law” is backed by 14 States at the US Second Circuit Court of Appeals. The United States Court of ... Read more

EEOC Updates Mandatory “Know Your Rights” Poster

Last week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) published an updated poster entitled “Know Your Rights: Workplace Discrimination is ... Read more

New Hampshire’s New Paid Family and Medical Leave Program

Paid family leave is an increasingly desirable workplace benefit. In today's competitive hiring environment, businesses that enable employees to take ... Read more

Final rule updates the arbitration process of the No Surprises Act

The US Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services (HHS) and the Treasury recently issued "Requirements Related to Surprise Billing: Final Rules" ... Read more