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California Privacy Rights Act Adopted by California Voters

On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, California voters passed Proposition 24 which calls for the adoption of the California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”), a statute protecting the personal information of California residents. The CPRA adds stronger privacy protections to California’s existing law, the California Consumer Privacy

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Updated NH Universal COVID-19 Guidelines

Dear Clients and Friends, Updated New Hampshire Universal Guidelines were posted as of September 29. Only two changes were made, both of which are industry-specific: Funeral homes may now permit household and family members to sit together without social distancing; however, 6-foot social distancing must

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NOUR LANGENDORFER JOINS COOK, LITTLE, ROSENBLATT & MANSON

We are excited to announce that Nour S. Langendorfer has joined the firm in the litigation department.  She will be working with the other members of the litigation department doing business litigation and intellectual property litigation.  Nour graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the

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Jen Moeckel Presenting at CLE on DOL Wage & Hour Updates

CLRM employment law attorney Jen Moeckel will be a member of the panel presenting a 2-part Labor & Employment Law Update continuing legal education program for the NH Bar Association. Jen’s presentation will address regulatory and guidance developments from the Wage & Hour Division of

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NH Covid Universal Guidelines Updated on Friday, August 28, 2020

Dear Clients and Friends, New Hampshire’s Universal Guidelines were updated again late Friday. You can access them here: NH Universal Guidelines. Here are some of the key takeaways: Post-Travel Quarantine: The requirement imposed earlier this month that employees quarantine for 14 days after travel outside

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