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Joseph R. Tarby III is mentioned in Daily Times Chronicle

By: Patrick Blais | Daily Times Chronicle Sept. 14, 2021 “According to Rubin and Rudman attorney Joseph R. Tarby III, who is representing the petitioner, his client is seeking a special permits from the planners in order to expand the allowable manufacturing floor space within the existing 50,000 square foot building from 7,440 square feet
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Murphy concludes term as Mass Bar President, MBA embraces change

Partner and Co-Chair of the firm’s Labor and Employment Department, Denise I. Murphy completed her term as President of the Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA), effective Sept. 1. She began her presidency with a promise to work toward making systemic changes to legal processes that adversely impacted historically underrepresented people in the legal community. “Meaningful change,
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Steven M. Cohen Presents at Mass General Hospital’s Conversations with Caregivers

Boston, MA (June 15, 2021) – Steven M. Cohen, a partner in the firm’s Elder Law practice group recently presented at Massachusetts General Hospital about the tenets of trusts, wills, and all legal documents. The Massachusetts General Hospital Dementia Care Collaborative offers programs and resources for patients, families, and clinicians, as well as comprehensive education, clinical
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Ask the Job Doc. – Vaccination cards, incentives and separate spaces

Jeffrey A. Dretler, a partner of the firm’s Labor and Employment department was recently interviewed by Ask the Job Doc regarding pressing pandemic-related labor questions surrounding vaccination cards, incentives, and separate spaces for vaccinated and unvaccinated employees. Jeff’s explanation of the CDC’s and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) guidelines for employers and employees getting back
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