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Motor Vehicle Collision Injuries – What you should know if it happens to you.

We are all familiar with the old adage that “nothing is certain but death and taxes” however, there is another fact of life that will never change – that every day when we get into our cars and turn the key, we are placing our health and lives at risk. According to the latest figures […]

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Dog Owner? What You Should Know About the Massachusetts Dog Bite Statute and How to Protect Yourself From Liability

When I was 12 years old, my sister adopted a puppy named Sasha that came to live at my parents’ house. Much to my parents’ dismay, it was not long until Sasha grew in size, which was alarming given her endless strength and energy. Nonetheless, Sasha was a friendly dog and we took her in […]

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Business Organization Part Three: Financial Planning

Introduction In part three of this three-part series focusing small business organization and management, we now come to the most integral part of any business and without which, no small business could survive – financial planning.  For the small business owner, it doesn’t typically matter what the health of the market is in, because regardless […]

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Business Organization Part Two: The Art of Marketing

                                                    Introduction When it comes to organizing and running a small business, every business owner worth his or her salt is aware of one critical rule: that marketing is essential […]

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Business Organization: Considerations to Keep in Mind in 2014, the “Year of the Entrepreneur.”

As 2013 has come to a close with a U.S. economy on the slow, yet progressive rise, it is not surprising to feel the excitement of what personal business opportunities are in store in the coming year.  Richard Branson, founder of Virgin, recently named 2014 as the “Year of the Entrepreneur”, and this idea has […]

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Massachusetts Refusal to Submit to a Chemical Test (i.e. Breathalyzer) and Resulting Enhanced Administrative Penalties

Massachusetts Enhanced Administrative Penalties for Refusal to Submit to a Chemical Test (Breathalyzer Refusal) and the Implied Consent Rule Since the passing of Melanie’s Law in October of 2005, the Massachusetts Legislature has added multiple enhanced administrative penalties for those arrested for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol (“OUI”) who in […]

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Massachusetts Expands Juvenile Jurisdiction

Massachusetts Expands Juvenile Jurisdiction              On September 18, 2013, Governor Patrick signed into law House Bill 1432 entitled, “An Act Expanding Juvenile Jurisdiction” which in essence does just that by amending the age by one year of those who fall under the definitions of a delinquent child as well as […]

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