By David Glod on February 16, 2018With the recent explosion of public interest and media attention on cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, many have been left with questions such as: what is the legal status of cryptocurrencies, or cryptocurrency-based investment products? What are the legal implications of buying and trading them?
SJC decision makes clear: corporate board members and shareholders are not presumed to be personally liable for Wage Act claims
By David Glod on January 2, 2018In a decision issued December 28, 2017, the Supreme Judicial Court ruled that board members and shareholders of a company are not presumed to be personally liable for the company’s failure to pay wages.
Unfair and Deceptive Practices – Insurance Companies Must Conduct Reasonable Investigations Before Denying a Claim
By Jennifer Lang and Eric J. Krathwohl on November 7, 2017The U.S. International Trade Commission recently made recommendations regarding the importation of CSPV cells, used in solar panels, that would potentially double the price of solar panels available to US consumers. This blog provides a breakdown of the key legal issues from the ITC recommendations in advance of the public comment period.
By Jennifer Lang and Eric J. Krathwohl on October 23, 2017On October 3, 2017, the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities took the significant step of opening an inquiry into the eligibility of energy storage systems for net metering. Massachusetts follows New York as a national leader on this issue, which could continue the expansion of renewable energy generation.