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March 11, 2021 | Court Decisions |

“FRUSTRATION OF PURPOSE” DISCHARGES COMMERCIAL TENANT’S RENT OBLIGATION

By Joel K. Goloskie

While specificity is typically a good thing in contract drafting, sometimes, too much specificity can backfire. A commercial landlord in Boston discovered this recently when the Suffolk County Superior Court…

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February 18, 2021 | Health Care Law |

DANGER LURKS WITH INCENTIVE-BASED SALES STRATEGIES FOR HEALTH IT PLATFORMS

By Joel K. Goloskie

A wise person learns from the mistakes of others; and recently, the health IT industry was afforded such a learning opportunity by a well-known EHR platform. athenahealth, Inc. (Athena), an…

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January 14, 2021 | COVID-19 |

A “NATURAL DISASTER” – THE PANDEMIC’S IMPACT ON CONTRACTS

By Brian J. Lamoureux

Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, we wrote about the legal concept of “force majeure” clauses found in some business contracts. A force majeure clause excuses a party from performing its…

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January 13, 2021 | Business |

IMPORTANCE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DURING THE PANDEMIC

By Gary R. Pannone

It is widely recognized that the system of corporate governance is a key approach to preserving and protecting an enterprise and its stakeholders by checks and balances among the board…

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