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Employers’ Guide to Mandatory Vaccinations in the Workplace

By Denise M. Murphy and Daniel M. Baumel The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) issued an Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”) on Covid-19 Vaccinations. This ETS expressly supersedes all state and municipal laws that are in conflict with the parameters of this regulation. The ETS takes effect immediately and serves as a proposal for the
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20 Rubin and Rudman Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers

BOSTON, MA – (October 13, 2021) – The 2021 edition of Super Lawyers and Super Lawyers Rising Stars recognizes 20 attorneys from Boston-based, full-service law firm, 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
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Rubin and Rudman Adds Two Attorneys, Strengthening the Firm’s Trusts and Estates, Corporate and Real Estate Departments

Boston-based, full-service law firm Rubin and Rudman welcomes two new attorneys, strengthening the firm’s Trusts and Estates, Corporate and Real Estate Departments. Kristin N.G. Dzialo joins as a Partner in the Trusts and Estates Department and Ariadna Caulfield joins as an Associate in the Corporate and Real Estate Departments. Caulfield, formerly of Cetrulo LLP, joined
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Rubin and Rudman Continues Growth with the Addition of Two New Attorneys

Boston-based full-service law firm Rubin and Rudman welcomes two new attorneys, strengthening the firm’s Labor and Employment and Trusts and Estates Departments. Daniel M. Baumel joins as an Associate in the firm’s Labor and Employment Department and Jared A. Bishop joins the Trusts and Estates Department as an Associate. Baumel, formerly of McDonald, Lamond, Canzoneri,
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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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