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What is Mandatory Disclosure?

Absent agreement to the contrary, parties to family-related litigation are required to exchange certain information very early in the case.  This requirement is known as...

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Forfeiture for Competition Agreement – Can it Replace a Non-Compete Agreement?

Employers seeking to prevent employees from competing when an employment relationship terminates, typically do so through a non-compete agreement.  Non-compete agreements, however, have been subject...

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Alimony Affected By Proposed Tax Reform Legislation

The proposed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (“Act”) released on November 2, 2017 contains several provisions that could impact divorce cases, most significantly in the...

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Providing Reference Information and (an Unsuccessful) Effort in New Hampshire to Legislate Employer Immunity

The conventional wisdom for many attorneys providing HR law counseling to their employer clients is to advise those clients to adopt a policy not to...

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Is Electronically Stored Information (ESI) Relevant? (part 2 of a series on this topic)

In the first blog in this series, I discussed how to overcome hearsay when attempting to introduce electronically stored information (ESI).  This blog discusses the...

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