Monthly Archives: December 2016


Sexual Harassment: The Office Holiday Party Survival Guide For Employers

By Bernard E. (Jude) Quinn

It is that magical time of the year again. Time to reflect on the achievements of the year, contemplate the year ahead and enjoy a bit of well-earned downtime. It is also that time of year for the holiday office party. The one party of the year at which many otherwise reasonable and sober individuals often convince themselves before, during, or after that the rules do not apply.
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Barry J. Trilling Joins Hickey Smith, Leads the Firm’s Environmental Business, Regulatory and Litigation Practice

Hickey Smith welcomes Barry J. Trilling to the firm as Of Counsel and leader of the firm’s Environmental Business, Regulatory and Litigation practice area. Barry serves clients with cross-disciplinary experience in the interaction of environmental law with commercial business and real estate transactions, borrowing and lending, business formation, corporate disclosure, estates and trusts, insurance, land use, historic preservation, officer/director liability, tax incentive policy.
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12 Days of Online Scams

12 Days of Online Scams: A Cybersecurity Holiday Gift for You

By Jason O. Balogh

Hackers love the holidays.  When countless holiday promotions, season’s greetings, and travel messages piling up in your Inbox, it creates the perfect environment for hackers to attempt to steal your confidential information using phishing messages and websites.
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