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Stoneacre Hospitality owners propose mixed-use redevelopment of historic Newport building

NEWPORT – The owners and operators of the Stoneacre Hospitality Group are in the process of seeking approval from city officials to transform the...

Leslie Parker

2022 40 Under Forty Awards Leslie Parker, 36 Shareholder, Adler Pollock & Sheehan PCH How has COVID-19 changed your industry? There have been more remote meetings, hearings...

Morse elected president of Rhode Island Bar Association

PROVIDENCE – Mark B. Morse, a personal injury lawyer and principal of the Law Office of Mark B. Morse LLC in Providence, was elected president...

Five Questions With: Hamza Chaudary

Hamza Chaudary is a real estate analyst turned business, land use and real estate attorney who is now both a shareholder and lawyer for...

Daniel Procaccini

2021 40 Under Forty Awards Daniel Procaccini | 34 | Counsel, Adler Pollock & Sheehan P.C. How do you think COVID-19 will change your industry...
TECH IN USE: John Jarrell, left, president of Materials Science Associates, and Dr. Christopher Born, director of orthopedic trauma at Rhode Island Hospital, work to apply a patented anti-microbial technology in a surgical procedure to reduce infection of medical implants. ­Jarrell has increased his company’s investment in patent filings and other intellectual property activity to respond to ­COVID-19. / COURTESY MATERIALS SCIENCE ASSOCIATES LLC

Pandemic disrupts IP filings, licensing

Innovation is at the heart of John Jarrell’s entrepreneurial success. Over the last two decades, the Brown University graduate with degrees in engineering and medical...

RIVMA voucher program sees dramatic uptick of people needing assistance

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association’s Companion Animal Foundation has seen a major increase in the number of people seeking financial assistance...
THERMAL SCREENING: Joey Cianci, a Paolino Properties employee, goes through a body temperature check in the lobby of 100 Westminster St. in Providence. Landlord Paolino Properties is requiring employees and visitors to undergo a scan from the equipment at right. / COURTESY PAOLINO PROPERTIES

Screening could be part of returning to work

The reopening of work will bring many changes, but one has already started in manufacturing plants and on construction sites and before or after...
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