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UPCOMING WEBINARS

6/7: SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY BOARD LAW FOR NEW AND EXPERIENCED ADVOCATES
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6/9: DAY 3 - HOMICIDE TRIAL ISSUES - MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES
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6/13: PROTECTING YOUR CLIENT'S CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS: WHY, WHEN AND HOW TO ARGUE THAT A DECISION SHOULD BE BASED ON THE MASSACHUSETTS STATE CONSTITUTION
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6/14: NONCOMPETITION AGREEMENTS IN MASSACHUSETTS & BEYOND-THE IMPACT OF THE MASS. NONCOMPETITION AGREEMENT ACT & MASS. ADOPTION OF THE UNIFORM TRADE SECRETS ACT
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6/15: MASSACHUSETTS LEGISLATIVE HISTORY
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6/16: DAY 4 - HOMICIDE TRIAL ISSUES - GANG ISSUES
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  • New Psychiatry “Bible” Arrives

    ​The latest edition of the book mental health professionals consult to describe accurately the illnesses their patients present is now in the collection. Lawyers in a variety of specialties also use the DSM-5-TR as they deal with questions of client’s capacity to manage their own affairs. Read Full Article
  • Massachusetts Contracts - At Length

    The most notable new book we’ve received in 2022 has to be “Corbin on Massachusetts Contracts” by Timothy Murray and Jon Hogue. At 1247 pages it promises to be a comprehensive reference on all aspects of Massachusetts contract law. Murray is a co-author of the current edition of the multi-volume “Corbin on Contracts” and the new book follows the chapter organization of the larger work. Read Full Article
  • New Resource Offers Guidance for Force Majeure Claims

    The Covid-19 pandemic has made formerly unusual terms such as “social distancing” and “positivity rate” parts of common conversation over the last two years. Over the same period, many lawyers have found themselves researching a concept that they haven’t had occasion to deal with since law school: "force majeure." Read Full Article

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