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Strang Scott Welcomes Claudia Campbell to the Firm

Strang, Scott, Giroux & Young, LLP, with offices in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, welcomes Claudia Campbell to the Firm as its new Office Manager.  Ms. Campbell brings a wealth of experience in the management of a law practice, knowledge and enthusiasm with her to the Firm.  The Firm looks forward to utilizing Ms. Campbell’s vast […]...

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Chris Strang Elected Treasurer of Boston Bar Foundation

The Boston Bar Foundation (BBF) Board of Trustees elected Strang Scott partner Chris Strang to the office of Treasurer for the organization.  Chris has already served the BBF in many capacities, including being a member of the Executive Committee, Board of Trustees, Society of Fellows, Young Lawyers Advisory Council and many ad hoc or fundraising […]...

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Strang, Scott honored in 2016 Edition of Super Lawyers

Strang Scott is honored to announce the selection of Christopher Strang as a 2016 Super Lawyer and Jordan Scott as a 2016 Rising Star by the Massachusetts edition of Super Lawyers. Mr. Strang has been recognized for his outstanding work in construction litigation for the eighth consecutive year, first as a Rising Star and then […]...

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Strang Scott Prevails on Summary Judgment in Case Involving Falsified Payroll Reports on Federal Construction Project

     In the case of United States for the Use and Benefit of Metric Electric, Inc. v. CCB, Inc. and the Hanover Insurance Company, Civil Action No. 15-11934, in the United States District Court in Massachusetts, the court ruled in favor of Strang Scott’s motion for summary judgment, dismissing all of the plaintiff’s claims.  […]...

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Strang Scott Opens New Office in New Hampshire

We are pleased to announce that Strang Scott has expanded its presence in New Hampshire by opening a new office in New London.  Our New Hampshire practice will continue to focus on construction, real estate and estate planning.  We are excited for this opportunity and look forward to the continued growth of our business in […]...

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Strang Scott is Hiring — Office Manager

Strang, Scott, Giroux & Young, LLP, is seeking an experienced full-time office manager.  We are an up and coming business law and litigation firm with offices located Boston’s Kenmore Square and New London, New Hampshire.  The candidate should be detail oriented and able to balance multiple assignments.  Strong communication, administrative, organizational and computer skills are […]...

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Massachusetts Enacts Equal Pay Law

On August 1, 2016, Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker signed the equal pay law, a law that has been working through the legislature since 1998. The law takes effect on July 1, 2018.  The law bars discrimination on the basis of gender in the payment of wages, including benefits and other compensation, for “comparable work.”  The statute […]...

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Massachusetts Noncompete Reform Legislation Fails

As a follow up to our recent post on the subject, the Massachusetts legislature failed to enact reform to noncompete agreements by the July 31, 2016 legislative deadline, despite both the House and the Senate passing versions of the bill. The primary point of disagreement between the two legislative houses concerned the “garden leave” provision that […]...

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Contractors Beware:  OSHA Penalties Set to Increase on August 1, 2016

On August 1, 2016, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (“OSHA”), will raise the limits of its maximum penalties for the first time in nearly twenty-six years.Current maximum penalties for “serious,” “other than serious” and “posting requirement” penalties will increase from $7,000.00 per violation to $12,471.00 per violation.  Penalties for failure to abate hazards or […]...

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Massachusetts Enacts New Transgender Rights Law

     On July 8, 2016, Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker signed a bill that provides new protections for transgender people. The new law bars discrimination against transgender people in public accommodations, defined as any place open to the public including public rest rooms and locker rooms. The Attorney General’s office has been tasked with issuing […]...

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