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Cautious optimism for a strengthening U.S. economy, paired with a large demographic of people entering retirement, is driving more middle-market executives toward making, or considering, strategic acquisitions this year, according to a recent survey. more
PROVIDENCE – Sen. Roger A. Picard, D-Woonsocket, has introduced legislation aimed at helping Rhode Islanders at “economically vulnerable stages of life” by providing state income tax breaks. more
BOSTON – Attorney General Maura Healey testified last month before the Mass. Gaming Commission about her commitment to ensuring the state’s planned casinos uphold their commitments to host and surrounding communities. more
Patrick Cannon has been named an associate at Lewis Brisbois. He represents businesses, insurance companies, insureds, and self-insureds in workers' compensation matters in Rhode Island at all levels of litigation. more
Christopher Fiore been named a partner of Lewis Brisbois. He brings more than 20 years of experience in civil litigation on behalf of insurance companies and self-insureds to the position. more
Jeffrey Liptrot has joined Lewis Brisbois as a partner. He brings more than 24 years of trial practice, civil litigation and appellate experience to the position. more
Lauren Motola-Davis has been appointed managing partner at Lewis Brisbois. She brings more than 26 years of trial practice and civil litigation experience to the position. Motola-Davis has successfully argued before the Rhode Island Supreme Court on … more
John Dorsey, an attorney at Ferrucci Russo, was recently named a court-appointed receiver by the R.I. Superior Court. Dorsey has a wealth of experience in cases involving insolvency, turn-around and repositioning of distressed business operations … more
At the conclusion of its 2014 legislative session, the General Assembly passed the Rhode Island Access to Medical Technology Innovation Act and Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee signed the bill into law effective July 1, 2014. more
BOSTON – A provider of home nursing services for disabled children has agreed to pay more than $2.7 million to settle allegations that it failed to return overpayments it received from state Medicaid programs and federally insured health programs, … more
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