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CARES Act Expansion of Eligibility for Streamlined Small Business Reorganizations Extended for Another Year

On March 27, 2021, President Biden signed into law the COVID-19 Bankruptcy Relief Extension Act of 2021, which, among other things, allows businesses with debts between $2,725,625 and $7,500,000 the ability for another year to take advantage of the streamlined provisions of the Small Business Reorganization Act, sometimes referred to as Subchapter V of Chapter
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Michael F. Connolly Co-Chairs MCLE’s 20th Annual Business Litigation Conference

Boston, MA (February 5, 2021) Michael F. Connolly, Partner and Co-Chair of Rubin and Rudman’s Litigation Department, was a co-chair of Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education’s (MCLE) 20th Annual Business Litigation Conference on Feb. 5, 2021. The conference covered the latest updates on business litigation developments and important case law. Judges discussed recent trends in the
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Jared D. Spinelli Speaks at Boston Bar Association

Boston, MA (January 28, 2021) Jared D. Spinelli, a Partner in the Family Law department of regional law firm Rubin and Rudman, was a featured speaker at Boston Bar Association’s (BBA) Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Virtual Event webinar, BBA Virtual CLE: What Every Family Law Practitioner Needs to Know About Veterans & Servicemembers, focused on
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Jay M. Pabian Presents at Exit Planning Institute

Boston, MA (January 20, 2021) Partner in the Corporate and Trusts and Estates Departments, Jay M. Pabian of regional law firm Rubin and Rudman, was a featured speaker and committee member at Exit Planning Institute’s (EPI) Certificate in Exit Planning (CEP) 2021 Webinar Series. The Greater Boston Virtual Chapter Event, Wealth Planning for Business Owners,
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How to respond to COVID-19 or flu in the workplace?

“Jeffrey A. Dretler, Partner in the Labor and Employment Practice Group at Rubin and Rudman LLP was quoted by Ask the Job Doc. –Boston.com to share his expertise as he is providing counsel to a wide range of clients also struggling with these challenges. Dretler advises, ‘The best practice for businesses is to continue to follow the CDC’s
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