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To protect their business interests, many employers include noncompetition clauses in their employment agreements, which place prohibitions on employees working for competitors or within the same industry after parting with their current employer. However, in October 2018 Massachusetts passed G.L. c. 149, § 24L, which governs noncompetition agreements. The failure to meet the requirements of […]

Imagine you are a parent paying tuition totaling almost $50,000 a year to send your child to a to a well-regarded, pricey liberal arts college in southern Massachusetts. In the spring of 2020 COVID-19 hits, and the college closes its campus to students and transitions to “virtual learning” for the foreseeable future. As a result, […]

Jon Friedmann recently represented a manufacturing company and its owner in a contract dispute with a broker. The broker was hired to sell the manufacturing company’s assets and our clients were later sued by the broker who argued he was entitled to a commission under the terms of the contract. The owner maintained the broker […]

Rudolph Friedmann partner Jonathon Friedmann recently represented a developer and his wife in a five-day jury trial in Barnstable Superior Court. The complex litigation involved nine counts against the firm’s clients, including fraud, negligent misrepresentation, unfair and deceptive practices, civil conspiracy, breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract and Chapter 93A violations, which would have […]

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