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Public benefits, corporate burdens: Is a benefit corporation right for you?

Thirty-three states, including Rhode Island, allow a for-profit entity to form as a benefit corporation in lieu of a traditional corporation. The downside is...
SIGNIFICANT OPPORTUNITY: Elizabeth Manchester, an attorney at Partridge Snow & Hahn in Providence, said the baby-boom generation and impending transfer of wealth through deferred giving will create opportunities for nonprofits.
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Nonprofits need plan to manage deferred giving

Royal Little did a lot with his life. When he died at age 92 in early 1989, the New York Times referred to him...

Taylor to lead FirstWorks board of directors as new president

CATHERINE TERRY TAYLOR, former director of the R.I. Division of Elderly Affairs and former owner of Providence-based communications firm LangTaylor Ltd., was recently named...

What you need to know about the new Mass. noncompete law

(Editor’s Note: This is the second of a two-part column. See part 1 here.) Certain types of noncompetition agreements are now invalid under the new...
PLAN AHEAD: PBN 2018 Cybersecurity Summit panelists Cindy Lepore, client executive, business insurance, for Marsh & McClennan Agency, and Larry Selnick, director of treasury and payment solutions at Webster Bank, talk about the importance of having a plan in place to handle data breaches, especially when it comes to loss of finances.
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Develop a ‘playbook’ to curb data breaches

Some of your business’s sensitive data is already compromised and more of it likely will be, as the demand for information gleaned from illicit...

Are you ready to steal employees from your Mass. competitors?

(Editor’s note: This is the first of a two-part column.) Massachusetts has recently enacted a law that will render some restrictive covenants unenforceable. The law starts...
THE 2018 CLASS OF PBN's 40 Under Forty program celebrate on the lawn of the Aldrich Mansion with Nassagansett Bay in the background on Thursday. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

2018 40 Under Forty winners feted at Aldrich Mansion

WARWICK – A record crowd of 475 took the occasion of a perfect summer evening to toast the honorees in Providence Business News’ 2018...
the prop: “We kayak very frequently,” said René Moniz. “We live in Wareham, Mass., so mostly we do it on the Weeantic River, which we live off of.” / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

René Moniz, 39

ASSOCIATE LITIGATION ATTORNEY – PARTRIDGE SNOW & HAHN LLP Where do you see yourself professionally in 20 years? Still involved at Partridge, Snow & Hahn....

Abandon that: What to do when your customers don’t come back...

(Corrected at 11:58 a.m. to note in tagline McDonald is a real estate attorney.) Does your business service or repair property for customers? If yes,...
BEYOND BUSINESS: Associate Justice Brian P. Stern worked in the public sector before being appointed to the bench. Although he was named in 2011 to oversee the business calendar for Kent, Newport and Washington counties, he still presides over some criminal matters, including murders, outside of the business calendar. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

A 2001 court experiment in R.I. has paid off with speedier...

When Michael P. Fiore died ­powerboat racing in August 2014, his boat-building company quickly started falling apart. Outerlimits Offshore Powerboats Ltd., based in Bristol, owed...
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