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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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Eleven Rubin and Rudman Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers

BOSTON – October 15, 2020 – The 2020 edition of Super Lawyers recognizes eleven attorneys from the Boston office of Rubin and Rudman LLP. Every year Super Lawyers selects attorneys who have exhibited excellence in their practice area from firms of all sizes and over 70 practice areas throughout the United States. According to Super Lawyers, these attorneys have
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Denise I. Murphy Elected President of Massachusetts Bar Association

Boston, MA (Sept. 2020) Denise Murphy, Partner and co-chair of the Labor and Employment department at Boston-based law firm, Rubin and Rudman LLP, was recently appointed president of the Massachusetts Bar Association (MBA) for 2020-21 association year. “I am honored to be elected President of the MBA and in this role I plan to emphasize the importance of diversity in our profession
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Rubin and Rudman Joins USLAW NETWORK

USLAW NETWORK announces the addition of Rubin and Rudman LLP as USLAW’s newest member firm representing Massachusetts. Rubin and Rudman is a full-service firm with 70 lawyers and has been a fixture in the Boston legal market for 100 years. “We are very happy to welcome John (McGivney), Michael (Riseberg) and their talented colleagues from
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What You Need to Know About Gov. Baker’s Four Phase Reopening Plan

On Monday, May 18, 2020, Governor Baker announced his plan for Reopening Massachusetts.  The plan was the result of work performed by the Reopening Advisory Board that details a four-phased strategy to reopen state businesses and activities.  Phase One of the plan became immediately effective as of May 18, 2020.  The specifics of the four-phase
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