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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
Environmentalists rejoiced on Wednesday when the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court said it is unlawful for state energy regulators to approve long-term, ratepayer-backed contracts with energy distribution companies to pay for natural gas pipeline expansion. more
Paul D. Ragosta has been elected to serve on the Rhode Island Society of Certified Public Accountants board of directors. A 30-year veteran attorney and auditor, he is the first representative of the society's new Professional Affiliate Membership … more
BOSTON – Three construction companies have agreed to pay $1.4 million to resolve allegations in Massachusetts that they falsely certified compliance with equal opportunity requirements on public construction contracts, Attorney General Maura … more
The law firm of Higgins, Cavanagh & Cooney LLP has announced it will establish an office in Boston and move to a modernized office suite downtown. more
Sean Creegan is an assistant city solicitor for Providence. He heads the Law Department's housing unit and is part of the EveryHome team recently tasked by Mayor Jorge O. Elorza with having the city free of abandoned properties within six … more
PROVIDENCE – A new program at Roger Williams University School of Law aims to help veterans whose applications for disability benefits have been denied and who can't afford to appeal the decision. Law students in the school's Veterans … more
Howard Merten has been re-elected as senior director and appointed to the executive committee of the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel. Merten serves as a partner in the Litigation Group at Partridge Snow & Hahn LLP and he also serves on the … more
In some civil court cases, justice is meted out when a judge hands down an order, identifying a clear winner and a loser. In other cases, the end result comes through mediation, a gradual and secretive process that often ends in a … more
Christine Letsche, a third-year student at the University of Massachusetts School of Law Dartmouth, is getting the kind of practical experience there that will help her fulfill a fellowship obligation. Having received a public-interest-law … more
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