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Rudolph Friedmann managing partner James Rudolph has been elected Chairman of the Board of the Associated Builders and Contractors of Massachusetts (ABC). A long-time, active member of the organization, Rudolph previously served as ABC’s Chairman from 2001 to 2002 and was the first attorney in the country to hold this position. Rudolph has served as […]

Jim Rudolph, managing partner of Rudolph Friedmann, LLP, was quoted in “Shareholder challenge to EMC sale blocked” in the January 20 issue of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. The article discusses IBEW Local No. 129 Benefit Fund v. Tucci, et al, a case of first impression in the Massachusetts Superior Court, which found that shareholders of EMC […]

by Jocelyn Campbell, Esq. If you have a daughter (I have four), I’ll bet that she is beautiful, smart, successful and an all-around great kid… wait a minute, let’s go back to “successful”. You have raised her to believe that she can do anything from having babies to becoming a corporate CEO. 

by Robert P. Rudolph, Esq. The Appeals Court of Massachusetts recently decided that an hourly employee who claimed that she was frequently pressured to work through her lunch break, which she took at her cubicle in the office, could sue her employer for unpaid overtime even though she did not record this extra time in […]

byAdam J. Shafran, Esq. Internships, both paid and unpaid, are popular across nearly every industry throughout the country and in Massachusetts.

General contractors are responsible for ensuring that a construction site is generally safe for those working there.  This is a daunting and stressful task which often puts the general contractor directly in the cross-hairs of any litigation initiated by someone who is injured on site.

Jon Friedmann and Adam Shafran recently obtained approval in Suffolk Superior Court of a Class Action lawsuit for $6.5 Million on behalf of 450 trash and recycling haulers. It was a case of first impression in Massachusetts involving the interpretation of the Massachusetts Prevailing Wage Law.

By James L. Rudolph, Esq. Many companies are initially organized as a “close” corporation, in which shareholders and decision makers are often one in the same. Under most state laws, the shareholders in a close corporation enjoy certain rights and have obligations that are unique.  Therefore, a basic knowledge of these rights and obligations is […]

While parties may believe they have an enforceable agreement where all parties or their counsel have signed a document, this is not always the case as evidenced by a recent case decided by the Massachusetts Appeals Court.

We are happy to report that Adam Shafran recently was engaged to Andrea Tyler. Andrea is from Edmond, Oklahoma. She graduated from Clark University in Worcester and is currently a Senior Compliance Analyst for Financial Engines, Inc. Jim Rudolph was recently elected First Vice Chair of the Associated Builders and Contractors of Massachusetts. Jim has […]

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