Updated February 27 at 10:27am
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International law firm Nixon Peabody LLP and Chicago’s Ungaretti & Harris LLP will merge Feb. 1. The combined firm will retain the Nixon Peabody name and brand. more
A federal court jury on Thursday convicted a 34-year-old Providence man in connection with a counterfeit check scheme that defrauded local banks of at least $800,000. more
Former Providence Mayor Angel Taveras has been named litigation shareholder in international law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP’s Boston office, the firm announced Monday. more
Partridge Snow & Hahn LLP is growing again, this time adding nine attorneys as it opens a Boston office. The new attorneys are former members of Craig and Macauley, a Boston-based firm, including two of the founders. Four of the new members of PSH will join on May 1 as partners, while three will assume roles as senior counsels and two as associates. more
It’s February, the month for love. Your Statehouse bulges with people who profess to love you. Now make them give you a Valentine’s bouquet of healthy legislation. State laws and regulations … more
WARWICK – An annual awards ceremony held recently by the Hospital Association of Rhode Island honored individuals from throughout the state. The event, “Celebration of Excellence in Hospital … more
Gov. Gina M. Raimondo launched the “RI Pay Equity Tip Line,” a telephone line allowing women and men to report employers who violate state law that bans gender-based wage discrimination. more
BOSTON – Suffolk Superior Court Judge Janet L. Sanders rejected a controversial deal that would have allowed Partners HealthCare to acquire three community hospitals and add hundreds of doctors to its network, The Boston Globe reported. more
Rhode Island plans to put its tobacco-backed bond deal back on the calendar within six weeks after a lawsuit delayed it for five months, according to Citigroup Inc., the lead manager on the sale. more
Rhode Island defeated a legal challenge from OppenheimerFunds Inc. to its plan to sell $594 million of debt backed by payments from tobacco companies that agreed in 1998 to reimburse states for expenses associated with smoking-related illnesses. more
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