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Ten Top Blogs of 2019

As usual, our ten top blogs reflect the changing legal landscape and the needs of our clients, the employers and businesses that are the engine of opportunity in our Commonwealth. Whether you’re a fresh startup, a large healthcare provider, or even a distillery, our blogs had something for you in 2019, and below, we recount our top reads in each category. More >

Get the Biggest Bang for Your Association’s Political Buck!

The strategy of most Trade Associations is to advance shared issues and industries through pooling members’ resources. Nothing impacts those issues and industries more directly than elected officials and the campaigns that bring them into power.  A Political Action Committee (PAC) can serve as an effective advocacy tool to maximize member resources and support political candidates who are more likely to support and vote on your association’s initiatives, or even promote specific policy initiatives and action items directly. More >

Avoiding Ethical Pitfalls in the Representation of Family Businesses

As all attorneys know, maintaining an ethically sound practice is one of the fundamental requirements of the legal profession. Nowhere is this requirement more pronounced than in the representation of a family-owned business, which typically presents a variety of complex dynamics for the attorney’s consideration. Dealing with multiple familial owners—as well as the emotional ties between those owners—can often place lawyers in a difficult position, especially from an ethical perspective. However, as long as careful practices are adhered to, many potential ethical pitfalls can be easily avoided. More >

A Fully Informed Insured is a Good Insured – Regardless of the Underlying Facts

As defense attorneys, we are often hired by an individual or entity’s insurance company to zealously defend the interests of their insured. The relationship between insurer, insured and defense counsel can oftentimes be confusing and is riddled with potential landmines for the well-intentioned attorney. As such, candid communication with the insured about this relationship is of paramount importance. More >

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