Boyle | Shaughnessy Law is unique among medium-sized firms because of its dedication to defense litigation. We have the technological capability to represent our clients in all types of disputes, from the simplest to the most complex. We have the experience to resolve matters, large or small, without unnecessary expense. In addition to the extensive experience of our trial attorneys, our insurance coverage attorneys are able to provide opinions in any area of insurance law.
Coverage Issues and Guidance
Many of our clients are receiving business interruption claims arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. We are providing coverage guidance regarding these claims to our clients in an effort to help you move forward in this unprecedented time.
Navigating Employment Law Issues Caused by COVID-19 Legislation
Many of our clients are impacted by the Family First Coronavirus Response Act and other legislation arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. We review the FFCRA, its impact on employer and employee rights, and provide guidance to employers and claim and HR professionals.
Aaron R. White and Michael P. Johnson of Boyle | Shaughnessy’s Boston office presents: Navigating Employment Law Issues Caused by COVID-19 Legislation
Jurisdiction: Hillsborough North County Superior Court – New Hampshire
Attorney Erin Bucksbaum prevailed on a motion to compel arbitration in an employment discrimination case following an evidentiary hearing requiring testimony from multiple witnesses. The issues involved a determination as to whether the digital signature was genuine and if the arbitration agreement could be enforced. In granting the motion, the Hillsborough North County Superior Court (New Hampshire) upheld the validity of using digital data points to acknowledge and “e-sign” an arbitration provision, even when the document itself did not reflect an electronic signature. The court also found that as long as an agreement to arbitrate contains mutual language, it is still valid even if not signed by the employer. This decision indicates a willingness of the New Hampshire courts to uphold digital signatures and reinforces the strong policy in favor of arbitration.
Ashley, Megan, and Anthony’s collective practices include insurance coverage; commercial, business, and environmental litigation; products liability; premises liability; and complex tort matters. All three of these outstanding attorneys have extensive experience in their respective areas of expertise. We are honored to welcome them to Boyle | Shaughnessy Law’s shareholder team.
Boyle | Shaughnessy Law is unique among medium-sized firms because of its dedication to defense litigation. Our Attorneys have the technological capability to represent our clients in all types of disputes, from the simplest to the most complex. We have the experience to resolve disputes, large or small, without unnecessary expense. Additionally, we have extensive trial experience. Our Attorneys are admitted in Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Maine, and Vermont. We also have several attorneys who are admitted in California, Florida, and Illinois. Our firm, as well as many of our senior attorneys, have been awarded the highest Martindale-Hubbell rating of “AV” and are listed in Best’s Directory. Please click on an attorney’s personal page for more information.
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