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The Conservation Law Foundation’s Legal Food Hub kicked off today in Rhode Island. more
A Superior Court judge on Monday issued a temporary restraining order in the state’s lawsuit against Hewlett Packard Enterprise requiring the vendor to continue working on a long-delayed computer system for the Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles. more
Ann C. Assumpico was named the 13th superintendent of the State Police, the first woman to hold the position, according to an announcement by Gov. Gina M. Raimondo on Thursday. more
Volkswagen AG and drivers suing the company in the U.S. over its diesel-cheating scandal won final approval of their $14.7 billion settlement to resolve what’s likely to be the largest portion of VW’s civil liability worldwide. more
The Rhode Island Business Plan Competition said it will launch its 2017 contest next month. more
A tax return preparer who worked at a city firm has admitted to preparing false individual income tax returns for clients, U.S. Attorney Peter F. Neronha said Friday. more
Despite various objections, a Superior Court judge on Tuesday approved a $25.6 million settlement between two defendants and the state in the ongoing 38 Studios LLC civil lawsuit. more
Local food advocates could be getting some legal help this fall, as the Conservation Law Foundation plans to offer free legal services to farmers and food entrepreneurs in Rhode Island. more
Environmentalists rejoiced on Wednesday when the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court said it is unlawful for state energy regulators to approve long-term, ratepayer-backed contracts with energy distribution companies to pay for natural gas pipeline expansion. more
(Updated 4:40 p.m.) Eleven Locke Lord lawyers have been hired by international employment and labor firm Littler Mendelson PC, four of whom hail from the Providence office of Locke Lord, Littler Mendelson announced on Monday. more
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