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Our Managing Partner Jonathan Fitch is preparing to moderate the New England Legal Foundation's Fall Breakfast Meeting on international arbitration in Boston. We're looking forward to discussing with the panelists on Friday.

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The Supreme Judicial Court recently issued an important decision on the scope of the derivative attorney-client privilege. Sally & Fitch LLP attorney Will Cosmas explains the decision on our Business Litigation blog.

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On our International Arbitration and Litigation blog, Sally & Fitch LLP attorney Carlos Maycotte discusses tactics for dealing with discovery documents in a foreign language. 

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One of our partners Jonathan Fitch is preparing to share his decades of arbitration experience at a MassBar Association panel on The ABCs of Arbitration for New Practitioners. 

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Our partners have established themselves as experts in their fields. Steven Gurdin is preparing to moderate a panel on June 9th. He'll be speaking to the Boston Estate Planning Council on how new developments in MA family law affect the assets of high earning individuals. 

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The Supreme Judicial Court recently affirmed an earlier grant of summary judgment in favor of our client, NSTAR Electric Company (n/k/a Eversource Energy), holding that a tariff approved by the DPU that contained a limitation of liability clause precluding non-residential customers from recovering in "contract, tort, strict liability or otherwise for special, indirect or consequential damages" shielded NSTAR from liability for such damages including claims for gross negligence and willful and wanton misconduct. Sally & Fitch LLP attorneys Andrea Peraner-Sweet and Barbara Drury represented NStar in the case.

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Ethan Davis highlights why instituting probationary periods for new hires might not be in Massachusetts employers' best interests. 

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Sally & Fitch LLP attorney Will Cosmas published an article in the Boston Bar Journal on the pardon process in Massachusetts. Will's client was one of the first individuals pardoned in Massachusetts since 2002. 

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On our blog, Sally & Fitch LLP partner Jonathan Fitch writes about the advantages of using international arbitration to resolve cross-border business disputes.

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The Supreme Judicial Court recently announced important changes to Mass. R. Civ. P. 45. Sally & Fitch LLP attorney Hether Cahill writes about the changes, which will take effect next week, on our Business Litigation Blog.
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