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Amazon & Wal-Mart: Pinky and The Brain of Retail
Practice: Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
BlogIn the opening montage of the American animated series, Pinky and The Brain, Pinky asks his best friend, The Brain: “What do you want to do tonight?” To which The Brain replies: “The same thing we do every night; try to take over the world!” Doug McMillon (CEO of Wal-Mart) and Jeff Bezos (CEO of...

Forging a Legal Firewall: Recent Decisions May Shield Retailers from ADA-Based Website Inaccessibility Claims
Practice: Litigation, Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
BlogIn a post published earlier this year, we commented on a surge of lawsuits being filed under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”). Title III of the ADA prohibits discrimination in the full and free enjoyment of public accommodations on the basis of disability. Where websites and mobile applications serve as extensions...

Intellectual Property Insights Roundtable
Practice: IP Litigation
In conjunction with Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Goulston & Storrs hosted the Intellectual Property Insights Roundtable. Goulston & Storrs’ Jennifer Furey and Andrew O’Connor welcomed panelists Nicholas M. Boivin (Ipsen), D. Alexander Ewing (LiquiGlide) and Kenneth P. Zwicker (Boston University) for a spirited discussion around trends they are seeing with the aftermath of Alice, best practices on global patent strategies, the “Patent Prosecution Highway”, the Defend Trade Secrets Act and more.

Intellectual Property Insights Roundtable -Mass. Lawyers Weekly
Practice: Intellectual Property

Boutique Retail Hotels: Introducing The New Meaning Of “In Room” Shopping
Practice: Hospitality & Recreation, Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
BlogIn this ever changing world, retailers are continuing to invent new ways to highlight their products, provide customers with an interactive experience and to stay competitive. We have previously discussed strategies used by brick and mortar stores to compete with their online counterparts, but retailers know that they need to think even further outside of...

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Extended Again: No Policy Changes for EB-5, For Now
Practice: EB-5 Financing
The EB-5 Regional Center Program has received yet another extension, this time through September 30, 2017. The Program has been similarly extended, with no change in policy, on multiple occasions since its previously scheduled expiration date of September 30, 2015. 

The Future of EB-5 is Being Viewed through a Different Lens
Practice: EB-5 Financing
Developers, investors and other stakeholders are looking for signs as to how the new administration will approach legal immigration, specifically immigration fostered by the EB-5 Regional Center Program.

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Amazon & Wal-Mart: Pinky and The Brain of Retail
Practice: Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
BlogIn the opening montage of the American animated series, Pinky and The Brain, Pinky asks his best friend, The Brain: “What do you want to do tonight?” To which The Brain replies: “The same thing we do every night; try to take over the world!” Doug McMillon (CEO of Wal-Mart) and Jeff Bezos (CEO of...

Forging a Legal Firewall: Recent Decisions May Shield Retailers from ADA-Based Website Inaccessibility Claims
Practice: Litigation, Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
BlogIn a post published earlier this year, we commented on a surge of lawsuits being filed under Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”). Title III of the ADA prohibits discrimination in the full and free enjoyment of public accommodations on the basis of disability. Where websites and mobile applications serve as extensions...

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Common Misconceptions About Risk Management and Insurance CoverageVideoWatch this brief video to learn more about the common misconceptions about risk management and insurance coverage for businesses.

Master Planning: The Catalyst for Long-Term SuccessVideoIn this quick video, Maureen Dwyer and Matthew Kiefer discuss Master Planning for Universities and Colleges.

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2017 Chambers USA Guide Recognizes 10 Market-Leading Goulston & Storrs Practices and 29 Leading Individual Lawyers
Practice: Banking & Finance, Bankruptcy & Restructuring, Business & Commercial Litigation, DC Land Use, Zoning & Historic Preservation, Development/Land Use, Employment, Environmental, Hospitality & Recreation, Land Use, Litigation, Private Client & Trust, Real Estate, Real Estate Finance, Retail, Restaurant & Consumer, Retailers Entering the US
Goulston & Storrs is pleased to announce that the well regarded legal directory, Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, has recognized in its 2017 edition 10 of the firm’s market-leading practices and 29 leading individual lawyers across its U.S. offices.  

Five Goulston & Storrs Attorneys Named 2017 Washington DC Super Lawyers and Rising StarsGoulston & Storrs is pleased to announce that the legal directory, Super Lawyers, has again ranked several individual lawyers in its Washington, DC office.

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Drafting Irrevocable Trusts in Massachusetts, MCLE

Intellectual Property Insights Roundtable
Practice: IP Litigation
In conjunction with Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Goulston & Storrs hosted the Intellectual Property Insights Roundtable. Goulston & Storrs’ Jennifer Furey and Andrew O’Connor welcomed panelists Nicholas M. Boivin (Ipsen), D. Alexander Ewing (LiquiGlide) and Kenneth P. Zwicker (Boston University) for a spirited discussion around trends they are seeing with the aftermath of Alice, best practices on global patent strategies, the “Patent Prosecution Highway”, the Defend Trade Secrets Act and more.
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