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By James L. Rudolph, Esq. and Kara Moheban McLoy, Esq. In Coughlin Electrical Contractors, Inc. v. Gilbane Building Co. et al., a Massachusetts Superior Court judge addressed an issue apparently of first impression concerning the interpretation of a Construction Manager at Risk (“CMR”) public construction contract. A CMR contract shifts the majority of the design […]

After nearly two years of litigation in a Civil Contempt action filed by the Office of the Attorney General (the “Commonwealth”), including nine days of trial in Suffolk Superior Court, the Honorable Linda E. Giles recently dismissed all claims against Rudolph Friedmann’s client. Jonathon Friedmann, Chair of the Litigation Department, assisted by Bobby Rudolph, represented […]

Covenants not to compete are generally disfavored. To enforce a non-compete, an employer must show that the covenant is necessary to protect a legitimate business interest, reasonably limited in time and space, and consonant with the public interest. This often requires individualized judicial consideration. And the matter is usually first presented to the judge by […]

Will Korman has been invited to conduct several presentations at the Oklahoma Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers this June at the Association’s Annual Seminar in Oklahoma City. Jon Friedmann recently celebrated his 30th year as an attorney, all of which have been with Rudolph Friedmann LLP or its predecessor, Gargill, Sassoon & Rudolph. Jon was […]

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