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PROVIDENCE – Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin and Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management Director Janet Coit on Sept. 6 announced that the state has filed a lawsuit against gasoline manufacturers to recover expenses associated with … more
PROVIDENCE – Despite various objections, a Superior Court judge on Sept. 6 approved a $25.6 million settlement between two defendants and the state in the ongoing 38 Studios LLC civil lawsuit. Superior Court Judge Michael A. Silverstein … more
Paul Cotter has joined Locke Lord as an associate in the firm's corporate practice group. He will be based in the firm's Providence office. Cotter holds a B.A. from Providence College and a J.D. from Washington University School of Law. more
Bill Dessel has been named of counsel at Duffy & Sweeney. Prior to joining the firm, he launched, operated and sold Billy's restaurant and launched and operated Keel vodka. He holds a degree from Boston College in economics and a J.D. from New … more
Alexsa Marino has been hired as a staff counsel in the litigation management practice group of Locke Lord. Marino will work out of the firm's Providence office. She holds a B.S. from Bryant University and a J.D. from Roger Williams University School … more
1 How did cities and towns fare in the 2016 General Assembly session? On the positive side, an additional $2 million was added, compared to the governor's original proposal, to the Distressed Communities Program, and another $62 million in … 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
PROVIDENCE – First Southwest Co., a financial-planning company, on Aug. 29 filed an objection to a $25.6 million settlement between the state and two other defendants in the ongoing civil lawsuit related to 38 Studios LLC. First … more
When Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin and State Police Superintendent Col. Steven G. O'Donnell on July 29 decided not to bring criminal charges in connection with the state's involvement in a loan guarantee for 38 Studios LLC, the decision ended … more
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court last month rejected a request from electric utilities to make ratepayers cover the costs to pay for new natural gas pipelines, and the decision is having a reverberating effect in Rhode Island. While … more
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