Month: January 2021

Client Alert: Biden Administration to Push Ban on Non-Compete Agreements

In December, President-Elect Biden released his “Plan for Strengthening Worker Organizing, Collective Bargaining, and Unions” (the “Plan”), outlining the incoming administration’s labor and employment policy goals. Among the Plan’s proposals are the “eliminat[ion] of non-compete agreements, except the very few that are absolutely necessary to protect a narrowly defined category of trade secrets, and [an]…

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POSTED IN: Corporate & Business, Employment Law, News

RIW Construction Attorney Bradley Croft to Join Panel on Prompt Payment Act

On Wednesday, January 13, RIW Litigation Department Chair Bradley Croft will join a panel of other prominent construction industry lawyers for a discussion on the impact of his recently decided case enforcing the Massachusetts Prompt Payment Act. In a case of first impression, the Massachusetts Superior Court ordered a real estate developer to pay a…

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