Employment / Immigration

New Hampshire Legislature Seeks to Restrict the Use of Non-Compete Agreements

Two notable bills aimed to further restrict non-compete agreements in employment relationships were introduced in the Senate this session – one seemingly with more support...

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Forfeiture of Accrued but Unused Paid Time Off for Employees

One of the recurring and sometimes difficult challenges for employers is determining how to structure a Paid Time Off (PTO) policy, and in particular how...

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Why Choice of Forum Clauses Are Important

Choice of forum clauses are provisions in contracts that control where a legal suit is brought should there be a dispute between the parties to...

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What do Changes to New Hampshire’s Joint Employment Law Mean to You?

Changes in New Hampshire's joint employment law can be traced to July 2017 when Governor Chris Sununu signed Senate Bill 89, an act relative to...

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Do You Have a Great Idea and Some Capital? E-2 Visas Remain Viable Option for Entry to the U.S.

What do eBay, Pfizer, Kraft, and Google have in common?  All of these companies—and many more that are far too numerous to list here—were started...

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