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T&E Litigation Newsletter- 11/30/16
Practice: Probate & Fiduciary Litigation
The Supreme Judicial Court recently issued its decision in Degiacomo v. City of Quincy, No. SJC-11940, 2016 WL 6683970, at *1 (Mass. Nov. 15, 2016), which is the latest chapter in a story that began with a trust established nearly 200 years ago by former President John Adams in 1822. 

FTC Publishes Data Breach Response Guidelines
Practice: Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
BlogWhether resulting from a planned cyberattack or mere carelessness, data breaches are on the rise. In 2015, 781 data breaches were reported across the United States, with the average breach costing $3.8 million. In 2016, the total number of breaches is projected to increase, with the average cost per breach at $4 million, up 5%...

Happy Thanksgiving!
Practice: Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
BlogOn behalf of all of us at Goulston & Storrs, we thank you for reading and subscribing to The Retail Law Advisor. There are many options when it comes to gathering information about the retail industry. We are grateful for the trust you have put in us as a resource for this changing industry. Our wish for you...

Charitable Giving Before Tax Law Changes Under the New Administration
Practice: Charitable Planning, Private Client & Trust, Tax
Significant changes are expected to U.S. tax laws following the election of Donald Trump as the next President of the United States and the Republican Party’s retention of control over both houses of Congress. The details of any legislation are far from settled, but early indications suggest that charitably-minded individuals who have the means to do so may be wise to make larger donations in 2016, possibly accelerating expected 2017 charitable gifts to this year.

May your Days be Merry and Blue Laws Compliant
Practice: Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
Blog‘Tis the season to eat turkey, drink pumpkin-flavored lattes, and, of course, shop.  With Black Friday and the holiday season just around the corner, it is important for retailers to remember that Massachusetts has specific laws that restrict when and if businesses can operate on Sundays and holidays and that address employee compensation and scheduling...

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T&E Litigation Newsletter- 11/30/16
Practice: Probate & Fiduciary Litigation
The Supreme Judicial Court recently issued its decision in Degiacomo v. City of Quincy, No. SJC-11940, 2016 WL 6683970, at *1 (Mass. Nov. 15, 2016), which is the latest chapter in a story that began with a trust established nearly 200 years ago by former President John Adams in 1822. 

Charitable Giving Before Tax Law Changes Under the New Administration
Practice: Charitable Planning, Private Client & Trust, Tax
Significant changes are expected to U.S. tax laws following the election of Donald Trump as the next President of the United States and the Republican Party’s retention of control over both houses of Congress. The details of any legislation are far from settled, but early indications suggest that charitably-minded individuals who have the means to do so may be wise to make larger donations in 2016, possibly accelerating expected 2017 charitable gifts to this year.

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FTC Publishes Data Breach Response Guidelines
Practice: Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
BlogWhether resulting from a planned cyberattack or mere carelessness, data breaches are on the rise. In 2015, 781 data breaches were reported across the United States, with the average breach costing $3.8 million. In 2016, the total number of breaches is projected to increase, with the average cost per breach at $4 million, up 5%...

Happy Thanksgiving!
Practice: Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
BlogOn behalf of all of us at Goulston & Storrs, we thank you for reading and subscribing to The Retail Law Advisor. There are many options when it comes to gathering information about the retail industry. We are grateful for the trust you have put in us as a resource for this changing industry. Our wish for you...

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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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Jennifer Furey Inducted into Litigation Counsel of America
Practice: Business & Commercial Litigation, Corporate & Private Entity Disputes, Employment, IP Litigation, Litigation
Goulston & Storrs' Jennifer Furey was formally inducted into the Litigation Counsel of America at the LCA’s 2016 Fall Conference & Celebration of Fellows.

Precedent-Setting Win for Low-Income Tenants Creates 59 Affordable Housing Units in BostonGoulston & Storrs was part of a broad coalition of law firms, city agencies and tenant advocacy groups that secured a precedent-setting win for low-income renters in Dorchester and Mattapan. 

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Judge, "ABA National Negotiation Competition, Regional Round," New York Law School

Speaker, "Boston's Development Boom," BBAHear from key players in the city’s real estate sector on why Boston’s development market is so strong and also on potential challenges which may limit growth in the future. 
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