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Johnson & Wales University and the Roger Williams University School of Law have developed a new program for undergraduates from JWU to complete law studies in six years. more
When Stephen Breyer, President Bill Clinton’s second appointment to the Supreme Court, was sworn in as an associate justice at a White House ceremony in 1994, Justice Antonin Scalia came up to me, put his arm around my shoulder, and said with a bright, mischievous smile, “First Ruth, and now Steve? Cass, it’s ALMOST enough to make me vote Democrat.” more
BOSTON – A provider of home nursing services for disabled children has agreed to pay more than $2.7 million to settle allegations that it failed to return overpayments it received from state Medicaid programs and federally insured health programs, … more
Workers in the Providence metro had an average hourly wage of $23.98 in May 2015, approximately 3 percent higher than the average national wage of $23.23, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics said this week. more
Victoria M. Almeida, shareholder and co-chair of the government relations practice group at Adler Pollock & Sheehan, has been named chairwoman for the Rhode Island area of the U.S. Supreme Court … more
1 Why is it important that the United States address vulnerabilities to cyberattacks? Securing corporate and government networks against cyberattacks is one of the most important challenges America faces. The cyberthreats our nation needs … more
When Rep. Robert E. Craven sponsored a House bill for the Rhode Island Office of the Attorney General that would make illegal the distribution of certain sexually implicit images, he did not foresee any controversy. The measure states a … more
Following a Friday R.I. Superior Court ruling in favor of Cranston Mayor Allan W. Fung’s decision to freeze yearly benefit increases, the plaintiffs, a group of retired Cranston police and firefighters, announced plans to appeal the decision to the R.I. Supreme Court. more
PROVIDENCE – James Feijo, owner and operator of Daniel Chapter One, a shuttered Portsmouth-based company, was sentenced last week to six months in federal prison and six months home confinement for tax violations and for marketing and selling … more
In 2015, a year consumed by a company lawsuit, Robert Stebenne, the new president, CEO and chief operating officer of Summer Infant Inc., made $686,945. more
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