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WEBINAR: Is Your Employee Exempt or Non-Exempt From the New Overtime Requirements?

Registration: Click here to register. The Department of Labor has issued new overtime regulations effective December 1, 2016.  Under the new regulations, the minimum weekly earnings an exempt employee must earn will increase from $455 to $913 per week.  In addition,

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Local attorney got his start volunteering with the Clearinghouse

Ryan Johnstone’s interest in law started at a young age, sparked by frequent conversations with the attorney who owned the building where his father rented office space. In college, Johnstone pursued a philosophy degree and found that he most enjoyed

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Nonprofit attorneys discuss starting a nonprofit, state of the nonprofit sector

On May 12, the Lawyers Clearinghouse once again teamed up with the Boston Public Library to offer a free Nonprofit Incorporation Workshop. Presenters Janet Rickershauser, Esq., of the Law Office of Janet M. Rickershauser; Jim Grace, Esq., of the Arts &

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First Monday with the Experts: Nonprofit Bylaws II

This event is for lawyers only. Presenters: Dick Allen, Esq., formerly of Casner & Edwards and MA Attorney General’s Office. We are happy to introduce a new program with our Access to Justice Fellow Dick Allen, a nonprofit law expert

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Nancy Blueweiss named “In-House Leader in Law”

Congratulations to our vice president, Nancy Blueweiss, for being named one of the 2013 “In-House Leaders in Law” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly! The annual award goes to corporate in-house lawyers who are “leaders in the community, forward thinkers and best

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