Featured Publications

January 2020

With Overturned $6.5M Verdict, Hinckley Allen IP Attorneys Score Another Win in 2019

Among the small cadre of intellectual property attorneys in Rhode Island, Christine K. Bush and Craig M. Scott have notched many successes during their two decades of practicing law together, and 2019 was no exception.The duo secured notable wins across th…

December 2019

Connecticut Wage Legislation for Tipped Employees

On December 18, 2019, the Connecticut General Assembly convened for a one-day special session, during which it passed a new bipartisan wage bill for tipped employees.As is common practice in many states, Connecticut permits employers of tipped employees to…

Hinckley Allen Represents Hartford Courant in First Amendment Case

Hinckley Allen attorney William S. Fish, Jr. along with the Hartford Courant and the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, recently filed suit in U.S. District Court in regards to a new Connecticut law that may violate speech and open government ri…

Co-Tenancy: Drafting Considerations for Developers and Landlords in the Changing Retail Landscape

A co-tenancy provision in a retail lease is a powerful tool for tenants that can have long lasting effects and unexpected consequences for landlords and developers.  This provision conditions a tenant’s obligation to remain open and operating based on o…

Navigating Zoning Hurdles for Alternative Uses

Every month, it seems that another Planning and Zoning Commission (PZC) has approved a new alternative use business in a location that previously housed typical retail or industrial establishments: an axe-throwing business in a former warehouse, an interac…

November 2019

MyPayrollHR Operator Charged with Bank Fraud

Represented by former federal prosecutor, Hinckley Allen attorney, Michael Koenig, Michael Mann, CEO of MyPayrollHR was arrested and charged with bank fraud. 6 p.m.