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September 2018

September 21

United States Senate Passes Comprehensive Opioid Legislation

Hinckley Allen Health Care News

On September 17, the United States Senate passed the Opioid Crisis Response Act of 2018 in a near-unanimous vote. The bill, which would disburse almost $8 billion, covers broad categories of actio…

United States Senate Passes Comprehensive Opioid Legislation

Hinckley Allen Health Care News

| September 21

September 19

Tesla Criminal Probe Into Musk Tweet Seen Opening Pandora's Box

Bloomberg

Michael L. Koenig was interviewed by Bloomberg LP regarding the U.S. Justice Department's investigation into Tesla, Inc. in response to a tweet by Chairman Elon Musk. In this article, Koenig refle…

September 6

September 2018 update on FY 2019 federal budget sequestration affecting build America bonds and other direct pay subsidy bonds

Earlier this summer, the Internal Revenue Service announced that the percentage reduction, or budgetary sequestration rate, that will be applied to interest subsidy payments on so-called “direct…

September 5

Avoiding Tender Issues in Retail Leases and Service Contracts to Ensure Favorable Outcomes in Premises Liability Claims and Lawsuits

USLAW Magazine

Noble F. Allen and Diane E. Rojas explore the provisions in retail leases that trigger a tenant’s duty to indemnify landlords in premises liability actions. It will focus on how retail tenants …

September 5

Massachusetts High Court Bars Chapter 93A Claim as Untimely

UCANE's Construction Outlook

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (“SJC”) closed out August with a decision concerning contractor exposure to Chapter 93A claims for unfair and deceptive trade practices.  A divided co…

Massachusetts High Court Bars Chapter 93A Claim as Untimely

UCANE's Construction Outlook

| September 5

August 2018

August 30

Debtor can't be bound by noncompete

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

Jennifer V. Doran is quoted in this article in Massachusetts Lawyer's Weekly regarding a recent Chapter 7 bankruptcy case involving a dentist. Read more here.

Debtor can't be bound by noncompete

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

| August 30

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