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PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS announced 67 honorees for its 2023 Best Places to Work Awards program.

PBN announces 2023 Best Places to Work honorees

PROVIDENCE – Sixty-seven honorees have been named by Providence Business News for its 2023 Best Places to Work Awards program. Each of the companies and...
SKEPTICAL: Attorney ­Joshua Hawks-Ladds says he believes the Federal Trade Commission may modify its proposal to prohibit noncompete agreements so it doesn’t have such a sweeping effect.

A lost clause? FTC may ban noncompete pacts

Thirty million people. That’s how many workers federal regulators say could find new jobs, increase their wages, or even start their own companies if...

Nicole Martucci

2022 40 Under Forty Awards Nicole Martucci, 34 Senior counsel, Duffy & Sweeney Ltd. How has COVID-19 changed your industry? The legal field has embraced technology in...
GIVING BACK: Duffy & Sweeney Ltd. employees volunteer at an event at Roger Williams Park Zoo in Providence. / COURTESY DUFFY & SWEENEY LTD.

Duffy & Sweeney Ltd.

PBN BEST PLACES TO WORK 2022 Small Company 17. Duffy & Sweeney Ltd. Employees in R.I.: 21 President: Michael F. Sweeney Questions answered by: Director of Administration and Finance Gerald DeMaria...
Greg Tumolo

Tumolo named 2020 Volunteer of the Year

GREG TUMOLO, an attorney for Providence-based firm Duffy & Sweeney Ltd., recently received the 2020 Volunteer of the Year award from the Rhode Island...
ON THE WATER: Duffy & Sweeney Ltd. employees enjoy the firm’s seaside summer outing in Newport recently. 

Duffy & Sweeney Ltd.

PBN Best Places to Work 2020 SMALL COMPANIES 21. Duffy & Sweeney Ltd. Employees in R.I.: 21 Founding Partners Michael Sweeney and Robert Duffy Questions answered by:Director...

Going back to work? Here are answers to some tricky questions

Rhode Island’s reopening is picking up speed. The state is heading into phase three, which means more businesses are set to open and more people...
CREDITABLE REFUSAL: Gregory Tumolo, an employment law attorney at Duffy & Sweeney Ltd. in Providence, says people who work for businesses considered nonessential can collect unemployment and refuse to come into work if they claim a lack of precautions in their workplace. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Legal issues raised over returning to work

Pama Brown lost her catering job of 13 years at Brown University right before the coronavirus crisis, and she’s been in no rush to...

Thought you were insured for this interruption? Maybe not

Karen Lee has paid for business interruption insurance since she opened Breathing Time Yoga Inc. 19 years ago. But it wasn’t until a few weeks...

Cherrystone Angel Group gives early green light to 3 ventures

PROVIDENCE – Three out of seven hopeful innovators received encouragement during a recent pitch night hosted by Cherrystone Angel Group. Seven early-stage ventures, including health...
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