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RIMA to host virtual manufacturing conference and expo April 13

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Manufacturers Association will host a new annual event on April 13 called the Spring Reignite & Reengage Conference. The online...

Nixon Peabody elects Zubiago CEO and managing partner

PROVIDENCE – Nixon Peabody LLP has elected Stephen D. Zubiago CEO and managing partner, the firm announced on Monday. Zubiago, who received his bachelor's degree...

R.I. looks to expand workplace tests

Rhode Island is trying to double the number of daily tests taken for COVID-19, in part by encouraging more employers to adopt surveillance testing. Manufacturing...

Jessica Jewell

PBN 40 UNDER FORTY 2020 AWARD WINNER Jessica Jewell, 39 | Associate, Nixon Peabody LLP How has COVID-19 impacted your work-life balance? The pandemic has...
LABOR INTENSIVE: Among the many roles that Stacie Collier, professional personnel partner at Nixon Peabody LLP, has held with the firm is co-chair of the labor and employment practice group. / PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

Practice makes perfect for Collier at Nixon Peabody

PBN BUSINESS WOMEN AWARDS 2020 INDUSTRY LEADER, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES: Stacie Collier | Nixon Peabody LLP IT’S HARD TO IMAGINE one of America’s top lawyers feeling...
PEG LANGHAMMER, executive director for Day One, has been named the Career Achiever for Providence Business News' 2020 Business Women Awards program. / PBN SCREENSHOT

2020 PBN Business Women Awards: Langhammer hopes current time brings ‘deep...

PROVIDENCE – While working from home for months due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Peg Langhammer has had a lot of time to reflect...

PBN announces 2020 40 Under Forty winners

PROVIDENCE – Forty young professionals have been chosen as the winners of Providence Business News’ 16th annual 40 Under Forty program, and will be...
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...
SPEAKING UP: Law student Shahily Negron-Falcon, right, president of the Multi-Cultural Law Students Association at Roger Williams University School of Law, takes part in an equity roundtable discussion on environmental justice at RWU in Bristol on Feb. 19. At left are fellow RWU law students Troy Lange, RWU law editorial board member, and Stephanie Gonzalez. / COURTESY ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW/JOSHUA GRAB

Diversity can be challenging for R.I. law firms

Bre’Anna Metts-Nixon, president of the Black Law Students Association at Roger Williams University School of Law, will graduate this year. She wants to practice...

Diversity elusive in R.I. but work is ongoing

PBN in December held a panel discussion on diversity and inclusion at an annual event that also recognized seven business and community leaders making...

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