You Down with LLCs? (Yeah You Know Me!)

By Adrienne Catherine H. Beauregard-Rheaume, Esq. So last year, in the throes of pregnancy number 2, I posted a blog about the value of the d/b/a (“doing business as”). The conclusion, in case you missed it, was there is NO value of a d/b/a, but you’d have to stay...

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The Medical Marijuana Wrongful Termination Case

By Adrienne Catherine H. Beauregard-Rheaume, Esq. The highest state court in Massachusetts (Supreme Judicial Court, or “SJC”) decided this week that an employee who has lawfully used marijuana for medical purposes cannot be subject to any adverse action against her by...

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By Philip N. Beauregard, Esq. In reinforcement of our image as lawyers to self-adulate and cock-a-doodle-doo our talents and prowesses, lawyers have the benefit of an annual glitzy magazine called Super Lawyers.  Yes, once a year, we self-designate ourselves (for our...

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Navigating Through an Auto Accident

By Attorney Michael Franco I’ve been hit by another car.  The other driver caused the accident.  What do I do?  This is a question that is frequently asked too late.  My first rule of thumb – don’t freak out.  Accidents happen every day.  Most accidents don’t result...

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What Happens When You Die Without A Will

by Richard E. Burke, Jr. Everyone should have a Last Will and Testament.  Most importantly, having a Will lets you determine who will be in charge of your estate and who will receive your assets when you die. If you die without a Will, assets in your name alone when...

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Read This Before Packing Your Flip-Flops

by Michael Franco, Esq. (pictured on a favorite beach in St. John, USVI) It’s the summer vacation season, so the following scenario may sound familiar to you… You’re standing at a car rental counter in the airport. You’ve just touched down after hours of flying to...

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Don’t Let the Statusphere Whammy Your Case

By Adrienne Catherine H. Beauregard-Rheaume, Esq.
I love having things in writing. I love pictures of text messages, even if they are damaging to my clients’ cases, because it arms me with knowledge of what was actually said between two people and therefore a chance to submit evidence to put it into a context that makes it less damning or even helpful when the jury hears it. And you can bet your tush that I’m looking through the history of my clients’ text and other interwebby messages with any interested party.

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