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The School of Law at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth is expanding its Justice Bridge law practice incubator to New Bedford and Taunton, made possible through a three-year $225,000 grant from Bristol County Savings Bank. more
The Providence City Council is hiring the state’s former attorney general to review the city’s licensing board, citing the need for ensuring fair policies and procedures. more
The death of Antonin Scalia could set off a U.S. Supreme Court realignment that reverses decisions touching major facets of American life including gun control, campaign finance reform, and consumer protections. more
Stephen Zubiago is a partner with Nixon Peabody LLP. A health care attorney, Zubiago chairs the firm’s business and finance department. He talks with Providence Business News about staying ahead of the curve in the wake of the Affordable Care Act. more
Fifteen people who engaged in what police called a narcotics trafficking operation at Kennedy Plaza and the surrounding downtown area were arrested and charged with felony unlawful delivery, according to Mayor Jorge O. Elorza. more
Roger Williams University’s School of Law is introducing a new master’s degree in law for non-lawyers, citing a national trend in which working professionals are seeking legal expertise without having to acquire a full degree. more
A Patent, Trademark and Copyright Services Group has been added to the law firm of Adler Pollock & Sheehan PC. more
WASHINGTON – Community groups from around the country have joined in a complaint filed last week with the Internal Revenue Service against Walmart Foundation, alleging that the foundation violated its tax-exempt status by using grants to generate … more
Jonathan P. Cardosi has joined the litigation team as an associate at Duffy & Sweeney. Prior to joining the firm, Cardosi was an associate at Higgins, Cavanaugh & Cooney. He is a graduate of Boston College and holds a law degree from Tulane … more
BOSTON – A bankruptcy judge last month gave verbal approval to a settlement of nearly $200 million for victims of the fungal meningitis outbreak caused by the now-defunct New England Compounding Center, Boston Business Journal reported last month. … more
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