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Portland Voters Asked to Decide State of Emergency Minimum Wage

October 14, 2020 Media Mentions
Portland Press Herald

On October 14, Portland Press Herald published an article, "Portland voters to decide on $15 minimum wage, plus hazard pay," discussing the provision requiring time-and-a-half pay for specific employees during the state's declared emergency. This could raise the minimum wage to $18 in December. Attorney Jim Cohen was quoted in the article, stating, “It doesn’t take long for that kind of wage to drive businesses out of Portland and we wouldn’t have the option of repealing it on an emergency basis.”

To read the full Portland Press Herald article, click here.

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IRS Notice 2021-15 Provides Clarity Regarding FSA Relief Available Under Consolidated Appropriations Act

Section 214 of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (CAA) provides a substantial amount of flexibility for the operation of health and dependent care Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs). The CAA did, however, leave many open...

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2021 Employment Law Annual Update Series: Part Three

Join us for the third part of our 2021 Employment Law Annual Update! The virtual series will continue through the year on the third Thursday of each month . This year, we are taking...

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COVID Vaccine and Employee Policies: An Employment Law Perspective

Join MP and Verrill attorney Tawny Alvarez on March 4 for COVID Vaccine and Employee Policies: An Employment Law Perspective. Get the legal perspective on COVID vaccination employee policies. This webinar will address how...

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Eugene Ho Named “Go To Business Lawyer” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly List

(February 8, 2021) – Verrill attorney Eugene Ho was honored as a “Go To Business Lawyer” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly . The inaugural list, which is part of the publication’s new “Massachusetts Go To...

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NLRB General Counsel Says “Rat’s It”: Scabby the Rat Here to Stay

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Swift Current Energy

Verrill represents the 100-megawatt Three Rivers Solar Project in Hancock County, Maine. Verrill assists the project with real estate and environmental permitting work, including negotiation of a protocol to allow the project to proceed...

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1031 Could be a ‘Thing of the Past’

On February 22, Mainebiz published an article, “Is 1031 all done? An investment tool, commercial real estate boon faces elimination,” discussing how the 1031 real estate exchange tax benefit allows investors to defer capital...

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Environmental Compliance Audits

On February 26, environmental attorney Mat Todaro appeared on an episode of Amplify Your Process Safety, a process safety and risk management podcast. Co-host Rob Bartlett and Mat discuss how to audit your own...

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Massachusetts Health Care Bill Makes Several Significant Changes

While you were celebrating the New Year, Governor Baker signed Chapter 260 of the Acts of 2020, an “Act promoting a resilient health care system that puts patients first,” the result of the Legislature’s...

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Longroad Energy

Verrill represents Longroad Energy (“Longroad”) on its renewable energy work in Maine. Longroad is a Boston, MA-headquartered renewable energy company that develops and operates wind and solar energy projects throughout North America. Verrill has...

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