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Mason J. Waring joined Providence-based law firm Chisholm Chisholm & Kilpatrick Ltd. in 2008. His practice focuses on long-term disability, health and life insurance litigation. / PBN PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Prioritize collaboration

Mason J. Waring | Chisholm Chisholm & Kilpatrick Ltd. partner I am fortunate to be part of an amazing team navigating this pandemic. Here are...
HARD TO RELATE: Lawrence Signore, an attorney based in Providence, says he’s finding it difficult to work remotely. He says he misses the peer-to-peer interactions that normally take place in a courtroom and fears the lack of those relationships will negatively affect the development of young attorneys. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Lawyers find they can’t dodge effects of pandemic

Lawrence Signore remembers being a young attorney, watching big, boxy computers make their way to every desktop in the office. “The Rhode Attorney,” as Signore...

Offering companies immunity from COVID-19 lawsuits is bad idea

Governors around the country are attempting to restart the economy by easing restrictions put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The prospect...
PLANNING AHEAD: Steven Wright, an attorney specializing in family law and a partner at D’Allesandro & Wright in Providence, whose clients include older couples seeking divorces, speaks with Denise Card, a paralegal and office manager. Wright says age can bring a sense of purpose that defuses confusion or quarrels when it comes to estate planning during a divorce. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

‘Gray divorces’ putting estate planning to the test

Insurance policies, wills, trusts and assets combine to make estate planning a multilayered process. Add a divorce after decades of marriage, and the complications multiply,...
LACKING LEVERAGE: Gov. Gina. M. Raimondo wants state lawmakers to give Rhode Island’s Department of Public Utilities and Carriers the same authority to fine utilities that Massachusetts and other states have. / PBN FILE PHOTO/ELI SHERMAN

State must have same leverage as Mass. to hold utility accountable

Gov. Gina M. Raimondo has had National Grid Rhode Island in her sights since an ­October 2017 storm that left tens of thousands of...

Emojis may cause :( in the workplace

As defined in the Oxford Dictionaries, an emoji is a “small digital image or icon used to express an idea or emotion in electronic...
MANAGING PARTNERS: Cameron & Mittleman attorneys and managing partners, from left, Robert A. Migliaccio, Lynn E. ­Riley and Scott F. Bielecki converse at the Providence law firm. The firm has expanded practice areas as it added attorneys.  
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Firm’s expertise grows with practice

Cameron & Mittleman LLP is one of Providence’s long-established, midsized law firms. Its areas of focus have grown with the practice. They include: corporate and...
THE UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS Dartmouth School of Law has ranked among the top regional law schools in the East for black students, according to the Washington-based nonprofit group Lawyers of Color.

UMass Law ranks among best regional law schools in East for...

DARTMOUTH – The University of Massachusetts School of Law has ranked as one of the best regional law schools in East for black students,...

Mass. recording ban unconstitutional

A journalist, or a citizen with a tape recorder, secretly records the conversation or debate involving an elected official or a police officer, in...
the prop: Joelle Rocha and her daughter Avery, 2. ”She’s awesome. I figured I’d bring her into the photo, so she can look back and see mommy did something she can be proud of.” / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Joelle Rocha, 37

PARTNER – KELLY, SOUZA, ROCHA & PARMENTER P.C. Where do you see yourself professionally in 20 years? We kind of reconfigured our law firm this...

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