In a short video on the Manhattan Institute website, Daniel DiSalvo discusses the facts and implications of
Two Berger Harris clients were awarded their attorneys’ fees and legal expenses at an inquisition hearing held by a commissioner of the Delaware Superior Court on December 8. Under the standard arti
At the California Employment Law Report, Anthony Zaller highlights five issues regarding the US Supreme Court’s anticipated De
Berger Harris attorneys Brian Gottesman and David Anthony secured an award of $36,000 in unpaid wages on behalf of two attorneys.
At the Connolly Gallagher blog, our friend and former colleague Tim Holly analyzes HB 1, which has been signed into law and which goes into effect later this year:
In the New Hampshire Bar News, Terri Pastori examines rights and regulations regarding political discussions in private workplaces.
At the Connolly Gallagher blog, our friend and former colleague Tim Holly has an update regarding Delaware HB 1, and some detailed analysis regarding changes made in response to concerns raised by industry gro
In the New Hampshire Bar News, Mark Broth and Anna Cole explain the repercussions of New Hampshire’s “constitutional carry” legislation (repealing RSA 159:4 and amending
In the New Hampshire Business Review, Brad Cook summarizes what “right to work” would mean for New Hampshire now that it is a realistic possibility with a Republican governor and Republicans