Posted on: February 16, 2022

In the New Hampshire Bar News, Tom Jarvis reports:

In what medical marijuana advocates are calling a big win, the New Hampshire Supreme Court held on January 14 that the Superior Court erred when it dismissed plaintiff Scott Paine’s complaint alleging employment discrimination against his former employer, Ride-Away, Inc. (NKA MobilityWorks).

Tag: Appeals, Labor and Employment, Legislation
Posted on: February 3, 2022

In the New Hampshire Business Review, John Cunningham discusses the tax effects on sole proprietorships versus single-member LLCs:

Thousands of New Hampshire individuals who own single-owner businesses conduct their businesses as sole proprietorships; that is, they don’t use LLCs or other state-law entities to conduct them. All of these individuals owe it to themselves to consider whether, for legal or tax reasons, they should conduct them instead as single-member LLCs.

Tag: Alternative Business Entities, Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, Partnerships, Taxation
Posted on: February 1, 2022

The Knoxville News Sentinel reports:

Gov Bill Lee wants all Tennessee students, in both K-12 and higher education, to be "informed patriots."

To do that, he's reworking civics education in part by creating a new institute at the largest public university in the state.

Tag: Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection, Fiduciary Duties, Legal History, Legal Theory, Legislation
Posted on: January 19, 2022

In the New Hampshire Bar News, Mary Elizabeth Platt analyzes the new federal No Surprises Act (NSA):

Tag: Administrative Law, Consumer Protection, Legislation
Posted on: December 8, 2021

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) recently released its annual review of campus speech codes:

Tag: Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection, Fiduciary Duties