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Our attorneys stay on top of industry news and changes in the law. Besides keeping clients informed of emerging developments, we’re often asked to provide comments to the press. Check out our latest commentary, learn what we’re up to and see what’s happening at the firm.

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  • October 23, 2020

    Firm Announcements

    Business

    Davis Malm Adds Immigration Attorney Allison Ahern-Fillo to Business Law Practice

    Davis Malm is pleased to announce that Allison Ahern Fillo has joined the firm. Allison advises businesses and individuals seeking U.S. immigration and naturalization benefits. She counsels clients on day-to-day immigration issues regarding employment and compliance, as well as immigration concerns arising in corporate transactions. Allison also assists clients in obtaining all categories of nonimmigrant […]

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  • October 15, 2020

    Publications

    Massachusetts Publishes Proposed Regulations to Establish Delivery License

    On October 14, 2020, Marijuana Venture published the article, “Massachusetts Publishes Proposed Regulations to Establish Delivery License,” by Rob Munnelly and Andrew Myers. In the article, Rob and Andrew outline the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission’s revised draft regulations clarifying and modifying the requirements applicable to cannabis enterprises and agents, including establishing a new Wholesale Delivery License. Read the […]

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  • October 13, 2020

    Firm Announcements

    22 Davis Malm Attorneys Recognized by Massachusetts Super Lawyers

    Davis Malm is pleased to announce that 22 of its attorneys were named to the list of 2020 Massachusetts Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. The results will be published in Boston magazine and in New England Super Lawyers, which is published by Thomson Reuters. The following Davis Malm attorneys were listed as Massachusetts Super Lawyers: […]

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  • October 9, 2020

    Publications

    What the CDC Eviction Moratorium Means for Mass. Landlords and Tenants

    On October 5, the article “What the CDC Eviction Moratorium Means for Mass. Landlords and Tenants” by Sandy Moskowitz and Courtney Simmons was published by Banker & Tradesman. In the article, Sandy and Courtney outline the eviction moratorium ordered by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention on September 4, and its affect on all residential […]

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  • October 8, 2020

    Alerts

    Tax-Exempt Entity 457(b) Plans & the Tax Consequences of Noncompliance

    The Internal Revenue Service recently issued a reminder in the form of FAQs of the tax implications to participants and employers when a 457(b) plan becomes an ineligible plan and, as a result, is governed by Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 457(f). This latest IRS publication on 457(b) plans stems from the concern that there […]

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  • October 2, 2020

    Alerts

    Cannabis Control Commission Publishes Proposed Regulations to Establish Wholesale Delivery License

    On September 28, 2020, the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission (CCC) published revised draft regulations clarifying and modifying the requirements applicable to cannabis enterprises and agents, including establishing a new Wholesale Delivery License. This new license category would enable licensees to warehouse cannabis products purchased from cultivators, craft cooperatives, microbusinesses, and product manufacturers for resale by […]

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  • October 1, 2020

    Speaking Engagements Videos

    Business Email Compromise: New Vulnerabilities and Best Practices During the Pandemic and Beyond

    On Wednesday, September 30, 2020, Davis Malm shareholder Rob Munnelly presented at the webinar, “Business Email Compromise: New Vulnerabilities and Best Practices During the Pandemic and Beyond.” The webinar was hosted by Davis Malm, DiCicco Gulman & Co. (DGC) and TD Bank. Panelists, including Nick DeLena of DGC and Mike McMorrow of TD Bank, discussed […]

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  • October 1, 2020

    Speaking Engagements

    Litigation

    Zoom Litigation: What’s Working and What’s Not

    Emily Crowley served as a moderator at the Boston Bar Association (BBA) webinar, “Zoom Litigation: What’s Working and What’s Not,” on Wednesday, September 30. Speakers included a Superior Court judge and lawyers who have litigated hearings, appellate arguments and trials by Zoom. During the virtual presentation, panelists discussed the prevalence of conducting hearings and trials via […]

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  • September 23, 2020

    Speaking Engagements

    Regulatory & Administrative Law

    Retail Electric Markets 101: Hot Topics in New England Retail Electricity Market

    Davis Malm shareholder Rob Munnelly served as a panelist at the Northeast Energy and Commerce Association’s (NECA) first virtual webinar, “Retail Electric Markets 101: Hot Topics in New England Retail Electricity Markets,” on Wednesday, September 23. Rob and fellow panelists highlighted opportunities and challenges for suppliers, commercial brokers, mass market and large customers, utilities and regulators. […]

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  • August 28, 2020

    Publications

    How Businesses Can Reopen in Compliance With the ADA

    On August 28, 2020, Emily Crowley‘s article, “How Businesses Can Reopen in Compliance With the ADA,” was published by HR Dive. In the article, Emily outlines guidance issued by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission addressing employers’ and employees’ rights and responsibilities under the American with Disabilities Act in regards to returning to work in the […]

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