Category: Firm News

RUDMAN WINCHELL ATTORNEYS RECOGNIZED AS “ONES TO WATCH” BEST LAWYERS ® FOR 2021

Bangor, Maine, August 26, 2020: Two attorneys from Rudman Winchell have been recognized in the 2021 edition of Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch. Best Lawyers utilizes the consensus of leading community lawyers regarding the professional abilities of their colleagues. Thus, the recognition Rudman Winchell received is based entirely on peer-review feedback. Joshua A. Randlett, a …

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NINE RUDMAN WINCHELL ATTORNEYS RECOGNIZED BY BEST LAWYERS® FOR 2021

Bangor, Maine, August 20, 2020: Seven attorneys from Rudman Winchell were recognized in The Best Lawyers in America 2021. Best Lawyers utilizes the consensus of leading community lawyers regarding the professional abilities of their colleagues. Thus, the recognition Rudman Winchell received is based entirely on peer-review feedback. An additional two attorneys, Joshua A. Randlett and …

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How Do the New Leave Laws Apply to Your Business

March 20, 2020 The Families First Coronavirus Response Act, HR 6201, was signed into law last night by the President. There are two components to the law. The following is a summary of both sections of the law. We will continue to provide updates as they become available. The Public Health Emergency ‎Leave Law This …

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HR 6201 Creates new FMLA Entitlement and Paid Leave for Employees

March 19, 2020 The Families First Coronavirus Response Act, HR 6201, was signed into law last night by the President. There are two components to the law. The following is a summary of both sections of the law. We will continue to provide updates as they become available. The Public Health Emergency ‎Leave Law This …

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New U.S. House Legislation Related to Coronavirus

March 18, 2020 This is an update about the recent legislation passed by the US House of Representatives, H.R. 6201, “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” which would have several different impacts on employers.  Please note that this is just the House legislation and has not yet been acted on by the Senate, which may change …

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