Among the issues the practice group is tackling:
The COVID-19 pandemic will have long-lasting effects on the economy and our clients’ business. We’re working with clients to best position them for what comes next.
Law360 | May 28, 2021
This article, on former Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia’s corruption case and a potential appeal due to COVID restrictions, quotes Boston Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense partner Rob Fisher on why it may be difficult to raise objections related to such restrictions because courts have been showing the issues can be mitigated.
Law360 | March 26, 2021
This article covers an Illinois federal judge’s decision to toss out a lawsuit filed by two Planet Fitness members claiming the gym had unlawfully charged them fees during the pandemic. Chicago partner Rich Tilghman and associate Henry Caldwell, and Manchester partner Dan Deane and associate Nate Warecki, all in the Complex Commercial Disputes group, were mentioned for representing Planet Fitness.
Law360 | December 21, 2020
This article covers a judge’ s decision to delay the February college admissions trial until September 2021, following concerns raised by attorneys on both sides about health risks and logistical hurdles during the COVID-19 pandemic. The story quotes Boston Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly and mentions Brian, Boston Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense partner-elect Joshua Sharp, and associate Lauren Maynard for representing one of the defendants.
Bloomberg Radio | December 10, 2020
Complex Commercial Disputes co-leader and Boston partner Steve LaRose joined the “Baystate Business“ radio program Thursday to discuss the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court’s decision concerning Governor Baker’s power to limit business activity during the pandemic.
The Deal | October 20, 2020
This story covers travel company smarTours’ Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing, after the pandemic forced the company to suspend all tours earlier this year. The article mentions Boston partner Rick Pedone and New York City counsel Christopher Desiderio and associate Christopher Fong, all of the Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy practice group, for representing smarTours.
Rochester Business Journal | September 04, 2020
In this article on the most common COVID-related issues that businesses and companies are seeking legal help for, Data Privacy & Cybersecurity deputy leader Jenny Holmes and Complex Commercial Disputes associate Eric Ferrante, both in Rochester, are quoted for their outlook on cybersecurity best practices, force majeure clauses, and rent concerns from both landlords and tenants.
Daily Journal | June 03, 2020
Labor and Employment partner Bonnie Glatzer and associates Hillary Baca and Jade Butman, all in San Francisco, contributed this article on potential coronavirus-related litigation matters that California employers should be aware of, and how employers can prepare for possible lawsuits.
New Hampshire Union Leader | March 30, 2020
This article highlights the efforts of Manchester Complex Commercial Disputes partner Dan Deane and associate Michael Strauss to secure home confinement for their client, who is currently serving a sentence in a Merrimack County jail where a corrections officer has tested positive for COVID-19.
Rhode Island Lawyers Weekly | March 26, 2020
Providence Corporate partner Adam Gwaltney weighs in on the implication of force majeure clauses, particularly in cross-border contracts. These boilerplate clauses are becoming a popular topic as businesses consider the possibility they may not be able to fill contractual obligations as a result of coronavirus.
Inside Higher Ed | March 26, 2020
Providence Complex Commercial Disputes partner Steven Richard says the lack of a fixed time frame for the completion of Title IX investigations has created uncertainty for colleges and universities during this public health crisis.
Reuters | March 26, 2020
Boston co-office managing partner Kathleen Ceglarski Burns, a partner in the Complex Commercial Disputes group, provides insight on a possible uptick in SEC enforcement activity in the wake of the coronavirus crisis and the new federal stimulus package.
Law360 | March 25, 2020
Complex Commercial Disputes partner Kathleen Ceglarski Burns, of Boston, and Litigation Department chair Scott O’Connell, of Manchester, discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by the near-freeze on Massachusetts court proceedings during social distancing in the commonwealth.
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