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Nukk-Freeman & Cerra adds restrictive covenant group

Chatham-based employment law firm Nukk-Freeman & Cerra PC launched a new practice group to handle matters relating to restrictive covenants. The firm has been handling these matters since 2006, according to NFC Partner Kerrie Heslin, and felt it was time to formalize its approach. “We understand that every business has critical information and valuable customer ...

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Judges clarify stay in medical cannabis case

"[The clarification] avoids appellants suffering prejudice from having applications scored separately," said Ansell Grimm & Aaron PC Partner Joshua Bauchner, who represents seven applicants whose submissions were rejected before being reviewed due to a technical issue.

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OPINION: Tough sledding

Challenges will continue to mount for employers in 2020, by Steven I. Adler, co-chair of the Labor and Employment Department and co-chair of the Litigation Department at Mandelbaum Salsburg PC.

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Attorney: Health Department must halt ATC evaluations

The Department of Health continues to score alternative treatment center applications despite a court-ordered stay, said a lawyer for seven applicants whose submissions were rejected before being reviewed. Josh Bauchner, a partner at Ansell Grimm & Aaron, filed a motion in appellate court Friday to compel the DOH to stop all of its the proceedings after the ...

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