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How Cannabis Can Affect Workers’ Compensation

By Leontire & Associates, P.C. |

In Massachusetts, the possession of cannabis for recreational purposes recently became legal – at least pursuant to Commonwealth law. Nevertheless, much like alcohol, being under the influence of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) , the principal psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, while at work is not permissible, and, in many cases, like alcohol, can be grounds for termination…. Read More »

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Newly-Discovered Evidence, and other Grounds for Retrials

By Leontire & Associates, P.C. |

Being convicted of a felony is a major life-changing event. The single fact that a convicted felon will spend at least one year in prison will substantially interfere with his/her life, as well as the lives of those who may depend upon that person. Unfortunately, not all convictions are justified, and exculpatory evidence may… Read More »

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Liability due to an Automobile Accident or other Negligence That Results in a Wrongful Death

By Leontire & Associates, P.C. |

Automobiles are generally very safe machines to operate. From anti-lock braking systems to seat belts, over the years, developments have been made to drastically reduce the amount of injuries involving automobiles. Yet, even with these developments, automobile accidents still happen. And, in some cases, these accidents are preventable, and fault can be placed with… Read More »

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Reasonable Suspicion to Conduct a Traffic Stop in Massachusetts

By Leontire & Associates, P.C. |

Encounters with law enforcement, no matter how benign, can be a nerve-wracking affair for individuals. The mere fact that law enforcement could cite an individual with a crime is enough for that individual to be nervous when speaking to law enforcement, and this nervousness exists even in spite of protections afforded to them by… Read More »

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Sexual Discrimination in the Workplace

By Leontire & Associates, P.C. |

If you have been subjected to sexual discrimination in the workplace, or if you are facing accusations of workplace sexual discrimination or harassment, speak to an experienced attorney as soon as possible. The attorneys at Leontire & Associates, P.C. understand the long-term damage sexual discrimination can cause, and will fight to obtain the just… Read More »

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Are You Being Paid Pursuant to Massachusetts Law?

By Leontire & Associates, P.C. |

Employment is effectively a contract between the employer and the employee. In response for time provided by the employee, the employer agrees to pay a predetermined wage to the employee. This contract is governed by both state and federal laws, which sets such terms as a minimum wage, overtime pay, and the like. A… Read More »

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Delayed Diagnoses as a Basis for Medical Malpractice

By Leontire & Associates, P.C. |

Among other things, visiting a physician is an educational experience. The patient tells the physician the detail and extent of his/her symptoms, and the physician provides a diagnosis, detailing the condition and how to treat it, if possible. Unfortunately, some conditions, typically terminal illnesses, require quick action to effectively treat them, as time can… Read More »

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Bond Trader Found Not Guilty in Key Securities Fraud Case

By Leontire & Associates, P.C. |

On May 3rd, 2018, former Cantor Fitzgerald bond trader David Demos was found not guilty on charges that he defrauded customers in bond trades. Originally indicted in December of 2016, Mr. Demos was cleared by a jury in Connecticut. This was an especially notable verdict, as the U.S. government was pursuing fraud charges against… Read More »

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