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Boston is a hub of diverse industries shaping our future, and we’re right in the thick of it. While our clients include multinational manufacturers and leaders in financial services, our sweet spot is the middle market. We help world class universities protect and monetize technology and health care providers and biotechs solve disease-busting puzzles.

We’ve aligned our talent and services to help large and small companies advance their innovations. And in some cases we’ve located our attorneys in their space, such as at the Cambridge Innovation Center.

Our Boston office houses formidable teams, such as our intellectual property, corporate and litigation talent whose creativity and energy matches the tenacity of our clients. Our connectedness with each other, with industry leaders and with government allows us to address any issue companies face whether new to the market or in the market for years.

For clients literally building Boston’s future, our real estate teams are unmatched for breadth of experience financing and constructing projects. In addition to our national leadership in affordable housing, we’re developing communities that will serve tomorrow’s seniors, students, families and businesses.

As Massachusetts grows a workforce fit for tomorrow, we are helping clients develop HR approaches and benefits programs that will attract and retain talent. And as those executives and business leaders plan their own financial futures, we lead them forward with tax, retirement and estate planning services.

We are as deeply committed to Boston’s people as we are to their businesses. Through pro bono work, volunteer efforts and memberships on boards we have deep roots in the community. Our support of the Greater Boston Legal Services, the Boston Foundation and other nonprofit organizations assures legal representation for everyone. We support charitable, cultural and educational programs that assure Boston’s present and future needs are met.

Media Clips

  • U.S. Granted Ex-Star Scientific CEO Rare Blanket Immunity
    Richmond Times-Dispatch | July 12, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly discusses federal prosecutors’ strategy for offering immunity in some cases and how this impacts the potential success of a case.
  • A Jury Full of Questions: Jurors, judge at Probation trial active players in courtroom
    CommonWealth | July 11, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone provides commentary on active jury participation in the federal corruption trial of former state probation officials.
  • People on the Move
    Boston Business Journal | July 10, 2014
    This news brief notes that Chief Sustainability Officer Carolyn Kaplan has joined the Advisory Council for the Sustainable Accounting Standards Board.
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  • Life After Aereo: TV Startups Continue With Little Worry
    Mashable | July 9, 2014
    Boston IP Litigation partner Gina McCreadie provides commentary in this feature story discussing the state of the TV startup industry after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision about the streaming service Aereo.
  • Madoff Ruling Blocks Risky Expansion of U.S. Bankruptcy Law
    Law360 | July 7, 2014
    Boston partner and co-leader of the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice Jon Sablone discusses U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff’s decision regarding foreign investment funds related to the Madoff fraud.
  • Sensata picks up PE-backed DeltaTech Controls
    The Deal | July 7, 2014
    This article notes that Sensata Technologies Holding will acquire DeltaTech Controls GmbH from private equity-backed CoActive Technologies Inc. for an enterprise value of $190 million. Business transactions practice group leader David Martland and partner Chris Keefe are noted as Sensata’s legal counsel.
  • Summer Brings Hot Weather...and Interns
    Boston Business Journal | July 3, 2014
    Boston office managing partner and Labor & Employment attorney Gary Oberstein discusses best practices for employers offering unpaid internship opportunities.
  • Lawyers Weigh In On Supreme Court's Aereo Ruling
    Law360 | June 30, 2014
    The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in American Broadcasting Companies Inc. et al. v. Aereo Inc. is discussed by industry attorneys including Boston IP Litigation partner Gina McCreadie.
  • Lawyers Weigh In On Supreme Court's Hobby Lobby Ruling
    Law360 | June 30, 2014
    Boston Commercial Litigation associate Danielle McLaughlin provides commentary on why the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. is significant.
  • Supreme Court Decision in ABC v. Aereo
    WBZ-AM (Boston CBS News) | June 25, 2014
    In this radio segment, Boston IP Litigation partner Gina McCreadie discusses the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in American Broadcasting Companies Inc. et al. v. Aereo Inc.
  • After Supreme Court Ruling, Here are Aereo's Best Options
    Boston Business Journal | June 25, 2014
    Following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in American Broadcasting Companies Inc. et al. v. Aereo Inc., Boston IP Litigation partner Gina McCreadie looks ahead for Aereo and the industry.
  • Supreme Court Rules against Aereo
    New England Cable News (NECN) | June 25, 2014
    Boston IP Litigation partner Gina McCreadie discusses the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in American Broadcasting Companies Inc. et al. v. Aereo Inc.
  • Hernandez Defense Subpoenaed Medical Records from Patriots
    WFXT-TV (FOX Boston) | June 17, 2014
    In this live Q&A, Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone discusses efforts by counsel for former NFL player Aaron Hernandez to secure his medical records from his former team.
  • 5th Circ. Continues Trend Against 'Innovator Liability'
    Law360 | June 16, 2014
    Boston Commercial Litigation partner Chris Allen and Boston Commercial Litigation associate Josh Barlow authored this column discussing the decision in Eckhardt v. Qualitest Pharmaceuticals Inc., which rejected theories of “innovator liability” asserted against manufacturers of branded drugs.
  • People on the Move
    Boston Business Journal | June 12, 2014
    This news brief notes that Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense associate Hannah Bornstein earned the 2014 Outstanding Pro Bono Mentor Award from the Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project (PAIR) for her pro bono commitment to representing asylum-seekers.
  • Tsarnaev to seek change of venue for federal trial
    Boston Globe | June 12, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone provides commentary regarding the Boston Marathon bombing suspect’s defense team's proposal to move the trial location.
  • USPTO Plan to Speed Up Patent Apps Will Limit Protection
    Law360 | June 12, 2014
    Boston IP Counseling & Transactions partner David Crosby discusses a new U.S. Patent and Trademark Office program that will speed up the process by which software patent applications are processed.
  • Reform Offers Chances and Challenges
    China Daily | June 11, 2014
    Boston Business Transactions and China practice partner Linda Ji discusses recent economic reforms in China that are attracting more foreign direct investment.
  • Stockton's amended plan of debt adjustment could wipe out Franklin's secured claim
    Debtwire | June 11, 2014
    Boston Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partner Mark Berman discusses the city of Stockton’s efforts to wipe out the secured claim of Franklin Templeton Investments, the city’s only dissenting creditor, through its amended plan of debt adjustment (PDA).
  • Managers: 7 Tips for Contentious Employee Terminations
    Forbes | June 9, 2014
    Boston Labor & Employment partner Jeff Gilbreth is quoted in this workplace column about downsizing.
  • Beginning of the End of Picard's Madoff Miracle?
    Law360 | June 6, 2014
    Partner and Commercial Litigation practice co-leader Jon Sablone and Boston Commercial Litigation associate Danielle McLaughlin co-authored this column on the latest battle in the war over the redistribution of earnings as between the “net winners” and “net losers” in Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme.
  • You Say 'Insolubly Ambiguous,' I Say 'Reasonably Certain'
    Law360 | June 4, 2014
    Boston partners Maia Harris and Mark FitzGerald and associate Shayne Huff authored this column discussing the U.S. Supreme Court’s unanimous decision in Nautilus Inc. v. Biosig Instruments Inc.
  • Managers: 7 Tips for Laying Off Employees Due to Downsizing
    Forbes | June 2, 2014
    Boston Labor & Employment partner Jeff Gilbreth is quoted throughout this workplace column discussing tips employers can follow regarding downsizing.
  • Analysts Mull Motives As Feds Drop Two Charges In Probation Case
    State House News Service | June 2, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone discusses a decision by federal prosecutors to drop mail fraud charges related to two probation hires in their ongoing trial against three former probation officials.
  • IRS Responds to President's Call for More REIT Investment in Energy
    Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | June 1, 2014
    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder authored this column discussing the IRS’ response to President Obama’s call for increased real estate investment trusts (REITs) in energy.
  • New Arrest in Boston Marathon Bombing Case
    WBZ-TV (CBS Boston) | May 30, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone discusses a new arrest in the Boston Marathon bombings investigation.
  • John Connolly's murder conviction voided
    Boston Globe | May 28, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly discusses a Florida appeals court’s decision overturning the murder conviction of corrupt FBI agent John J. Connolly Jr., Whitey Bulger’s longtime handler.
  • Trial Lawyer by Day, Cowboy on Nights and Weekends
    Boston Business Journal | May 23, 2014
    Partner and co-leader of the firm’s Litigation Department Scott O’Connell, who owns a 15-acre farm in Amherst, New Hampshire, is profiled in this feature story.
  • Win or Lose, Aereo Is About to Make History
    Mashable | May 21, 2014
    Boston IP Litigation partner Gina McCreadie discusses the U.S. Supreme Court hearing focused on arguments against start-up Aereo which gives consumers the opportunity to lease antennas to access free-to-air broadcast television.
  • Friends of Accused Marathon Bomber Given Separate Trials
    WFXT-TV (Boston FOX affiliate) | May 13, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone discusses the role of Boston Marathon bombing suspect’s friends who are accused of covering up evidence in the case.
  • SIFMA: Detroit's LTGO Treatment Would "Shatter" Muni Industry
    The Bond Buyer | May 12, 2014
    This article notes Nixon Peabody’s representation of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association in an amicus brief urging the rejection of Detroit's bankruptcy exit plan. Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partners Mark Berman and Robert Christmas are SIFMA’s counsel.
  • Tips for Avoiding Discovery Sanctions in Trade Secret Cases
    Employment Law 360 | May 7, 2014
    Boston Labor & Employment partner David Rosenthal and associate Matt Frankel co-authored this article focusing on ways to avoid discovery sanctions when dealing with trade secret litigation.
  • John O'Brien Racketeering & Bribery Trial
    WFXT-TV (Boston FOX affiliate) | May 5, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly provides third-party legal commentary in the racketeering and bribery case involving former Massachusetts Probation Commissioner John O’Brien.
  • Sarbanes-Oxley's Whistle-blower Protections Reach Private Contractors
    The Corporate Governance Advisor | May 1, 2014
    This column discusses the Supreme Court’s interpretation of Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower protection to reach employees of public company's private contractors. Commercial Litigation partners Carolyn Nussbaum and Jon Sablone, Labor & Employment partner David Rosenthal and Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Grayson Yeargin authored the piece.
  • Lawyers fight for disgraced housing chief's pension contributions
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | May 1, 2014
    This article centers on Chelsea Housing Authority’s attempt (CHA) to secure the pension money of the former CHA executive director who pled guilty to fraud charges. Nixon Peabody provides pro bono representation to the CHA. One of NP’s attorneys who is working on this case, Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero, is quoted in the article.
  • Madoff Case Highlights PE Liability Risk
    PE Manager | April 29, 2014
    Boston Commercial Litigation partner Steve LaRose discusses the importance of carefully reviewing what types of specific disclosures are bring written into fund agreements.
  • Supreme Court Expresses Skepticism on Aereo
    Boston Globe | April 23, 2014
    Boston IP Litigation partner Gina McCreadie provides commentary on the U.S. Supreme Court's hearing of American Broadcasting Companies Inc. et al. v. Aereo Inc.
  • Business News
    WBZ-AM Radio 1030 | April 23, 2014
    Boston IP litigation partner Gina McCreadie provides commentary in the Aereo Supreme Court case.
  • Here are Three Things to Watch for in the Aereo Case
    Boston Business Journal | April 22, 2014
    Boston IP litigation partner Gina McCreadie discusses the U.S. Supreme Court case about start-up Aereo, which gives consumers the opportunity to lease antennas to access free-to-air broadcast television.
  • Marathon Bombing Suspect Waits in Isolation
    New York Times | April 15, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone discusses the special administrative measures governing Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as he awaits trial for the Boston Marathon bombings.
  • First-Quarter Deal Value Reached Highest Level Since 2008
    Mergers & Acquisitions | April 7, 2014
    Boston Global Business & Transactions partner Chris Keefe discusses the market outlook for 2014.
  • Lessons Learned and What to Disclose
    Municipal Finance Journal | April 1, 2014
    Boston Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partner Mark Berman discusses lessons learned from court decisions issued in recent chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy cases and what information about the potential consequences in bankruptcy analysts should be looking for when deciding whether or not to purchase a municipal security.
  • Are State RPS Effective Wind Development Drivers?
    North American WindPower Magazine | April 1, 2014
    Albany Energy & Environmental counsel Pete Trimarchi and Boston Energy & Environmental associate Jen Simon Lento co-coauthored this article discussing if state renewable portfolio standards are enough to drive renewable energy development.
  • Any Calls, Texts, or Photos May Be Used Against You
    Boston Bar Journal | April 1, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone, Providence Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner and Privacy & Data Protection team leader Linn Freedman and Providence Government Investigations & White Collar Defense associate Kathryn Sylvia co-authored this column discussing warrantless cell phone searches and personal privacy issues.
  • Questions—and answers—on ‘U.S. v. Tsarnaev'
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | March 24, 2014
    Industry sources including Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone discuss the case against Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
  • Nixon Peabody Names Chief Operating Officer
    Boston Business Journal | March 21, 2014
    This article highlights the promotion of Chief Operating Officer Lauri Walker.
  • Personalized Medicine Changes the Rules of the Play (Personoitu Laaketiede Muuttaa Pelisaantoja)
    Mediuutiset (Finland) | March 21, 2014
    In this Finnish health care publication, Boston Patents counsel Leena Karttunen Contarino provides commentary on how the FDA defines personalized medicine and about the FDA’s attempts to handle personalized medicine drugs and devices in an integrated process.
  • Court Allows Second Attorney for Bulger's Defense in Appeal
    Boston Globe | March 6, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly provides commentary in this piece noting that James “Whitey” Bulger will have a second lawyer working on the appeal of his murder conviction.
  • Innocent Until Proven Guilty
    ESPN Magazine | March 1, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone discusses the case against former New England Patriots tight-end Aaron Hernandez.
  • Are State Campaign Finance Laws Irrelevant?
    CommonWealth | March 1, 2014
    Boston Real Estate partner Larry DiCara, a former president of the Boston City Council, authored this column discussing the need to overhaul reporting and contribution laws.
  • Strong Deal Flow Expected in New England in 2014
    Mergermarket | March 1, 2014
    Boston Global Business & Transactions partner Chris Keefe discusses expectations for a strong New England deal climate in 2014.
  • Massachusetts $27M Social Impact Bonds Aim at Recidivism
    The Bond Buyer | February 28, 2014
    Boston Public Finance counsel Navjeet Bal is featured in this article about Massachusetts’s $27 million “Pay for Success” social impact initiative. Navjeet advised the Commonwealth in the nation’s largest funding vehicle of this kind.
  • Detroit Seeks to Undercut Muni Bondholders' Creditor Priority
    Bloomberg News | February 20, 2014
    Boston Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partner Mark Berman discusses the issue of presumption by municipal bond investors.
  • People on the Move
    Boston Business Journal | February 18, 2014
    This news brief notes that partner Scott O’Connell has been named co-chair of our Litigation department.
  • Digital Assets and Estate Planning
    WFXT-TV (FOX Boston) | February 14, 2014
    In this in-studio broadcast interview, Boston Private Clients partner Jen Collins discusses how to deal with digital assets and online accounts in estate planning.
  • Massachusetts' New Medical Marijuana Law and What Employers Need to Consider
    WFXT-TV (FOX Boston) | February 10, 2014
    In this live TV interview, Boston Labor & Employment partner Jeff Gilbreth provides third-party legal commentary on what employers need to consider regarding the state’s new medical marijuana law.
  • Lincoln Maritime Center Taps Nixon Peabody Attorney as President of Board
    Boston Bar Association BBA Week | February 6, 2014
    This coverage notes that Boston Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partner Rick Pedone has been named president of the Lincoln Maritime Center.
  • People on the Move
    Boston Business Journal | February 4, 2014
    This coverage notes that Boston Private Clients attorney Jen Collins has been elected to the firm's partnership.
  • People on the Move
    Boston Business Journal | February 4, 2014
    This coverage notes that Boston Real Estate attorney Chris Froeb has been elected to the firm's partnership.
  • People on the Move
    Boston Business Journal | February 4, 2014
    This coverage notes that Boston Brands & Creations attorney Gina McCreadie has been elected to the firm's partnership.
  • People on the Move
    Boston Business Journal | February 4, 2014
    This coverage notes that Boston Commercial Litigation attorney Matt McLaughlin has been elected to the firm's partnership.
  • State's Social Innovation Financing is Thorny Legal Matter
    Boston Business Journal | February 4, 2014
    This article focuses on the complexities of Massachusetts’ first social innovation financing initiative. Boston Public Finance counsel Navjeet Bal, who represented the Commonwealth, is quoted in the piece.
  • Industry Welcomes Guidance, Expects Renewed Equity Flow
    Tax Credit Advisor | February 1, 2014
    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder discusses the impact of the IRS’ recent “safe harbor” guidance on the historic tax credit industry.
  • IRS Issues Historic Tax Credit Guidance
    Affordable Housing Finance | January 28, 2014
    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder authored this column on the much-anticipated release of IRS Guidance on Historic Boardwalk Hall.
  • Mass. Solar Program Sets a Shining Example for Other States
    Law360 | January 28, 2014
    Boston Energy & Environmental partner Rob Dewees discusses Massachusetts’ Solar Renewable Energy Certificate program and how it’s leading the way for other states.
  • Whitey Bulger Insists He Was Never An Informant In New Film
    WBZ-TV (CBS Boston) | January 17, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly provides commentary on a documentary film that debuted at the Sundance Film Festival profiling convicted mobster James “Whitey” Bulger. Brian was the lead prosecutor in the Bulger trial.
  • Jail Warden to Review Policies after Bulger Wrote Letters
    Boston Globe | January 11, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly provides commentary regarding the recent development that convicted mobster James “Whitey” Bulger had defense attorneys deliver letters to his girlfriend.
  • Massachusetts Revising SREC Program to Promote Healthy Solar Growth
    Solar Industry | January 9, 2014
    Boston Energy & Environmental partner Rob Dewees discusses Massachusetts' revised set of policy recommendations aimed to stabilize and grow the solar renewable energy certificate (SREC) program.
  • Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Health System and St. James Healthcare Agree to Pay $3.85 Million to Resolve Fraud and Abuse Allegations
    American Health Lawyers Association | January 6, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Brian French discusses the implications of the agreement between the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and St. James Healthcare and its parent company, Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Health System, to pay nearly $4 million to resolve alleged violations of the Anti-Kickback Statute, the Stark Law, and the False Claims Act.
  • Health Care Cases to Watch in 2014
    Law360 | January 1, 2014
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Brian French discusses the high-profile False Claims Act suit, Nathan v. Takeda, that could provide clarity on the muddled question of how precisely a whistleblower must describe fraud.
  • Life Sciences Cases to Watch in 2014
    Law360 | January 1, 2014
    Boston Commercial Litigation and Life Sciences partner Fred Kelly discusses the U.S. Supreme Court’s consideration of reviewing the Fourth Circuit’s dismissal of a Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. salesman’s claims that the company marketed the drug Kapidex off-label and caused improper Medicare billing.
  • Eastern Massachusetts Bankruptcies Off Sharply in 2013
    Boston Business Journal | December 31, 2013
    Boston Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partner Mark Berman discusses bankruptcies, including personal filings and business reorganizations, which were down in 2013.
  • More Law Firms Seek Connections to Entrepreneurs
    Boston Business Journal | December 23, 2013
    Nixon Peabody’s work with start-ups at the Cambridge Innovation Center is featured in this article. Boston associates Courtney New and Mahmood Firouzbakht are mentioned for their work with client Keoyo.
  • Sitting Down with Former Mayor's Youth Council Representative Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero
    Beyond the Billable (A Boston Bar Association Blog) | December 18, 2013
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero discusses the Mayor’s Youth Council (MYC). Ronaldo served as a lawyer-mentor representing his community of East Boston on the MYC from 1997-2000.
  • 2013's Game-Changing Health Rulings
    Law360 | December 17, 2013

    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner and a member of the firm’s Life Sciences practice Brian French discusses high-stakes cases for the health industry including those involving False Claims Act litigation and reimbursement disputes.

  • Panel to Examine ADA, Defender Pay
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | December 16, 2013

    This coverage notes that Boston Government Investigations & White Collar defense partner Gerry Leone has been tapped to serve on a Massachusetts Bar Association Blue Ribbon Commission on Criminal Justice Compensation examining the impact of low salaries for state prosecutors and public defenders in state courts.

  • Prosecutor Who Battled Bulger Heads to Nixon Peabody
    Wall Street Journal | December 9, 2013

    This feature story highlights the arrival of Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly, a former U.S. attorney and chief of the Public Corruption and Special Prosecutions Unit.

  • U.S. Prosecutor in ‘Whitey' Bulger Case Steps Down
    Boston Globe | December 9, 2013

    The arrival of Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Brian Kelly, a former U.S. attorney and chief of the Public Corruption and Special Prosecutions Unit, who prosecuted James “Whitey” Bulger is highlighted.

  • Personalized Medicine Providers, FDA Has Your Back
    Law360 | December 8, 2013
    Boston Patents counsel Leena Karttunen Contarino and Washington, DC, Health Services and Life Sciences partner Areta Kupchyk authored this column discussing the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s comprehensive personalized medicine report.
  • Pension Threats in Illinois, Detroit Rattle Government Workers
    Bloomberg News | December 5, 2013

    Boston Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partner Mark Berman discusses how bankruptcy and financial restructuring efforts in Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin are impacting state and government workers.

  • 4 Little-Noticed FCA Rulings Attys Need To Know
    Law360 | December 2, 2013

    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner and member of the Life Sciences practice Brian French discusses recent False Claims Act lawsuits likely to reshape a litigation landscape particularly in health care and life sciences.

  • Stores Taking Steps to Keep Crowds Controlled During Black Friday Shopping
    WFXT-TV (Fox Boston) | November 28, 2013
    In this Q&A, Boston Labor & Employment partner Jeff Gilbreth discusses the Department of Labor’s guidelines for retailers about crowd safety during the busy holiday shopping season.
  • Making a Play
    The Deal | November 22, 2013
    Boston Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partner Rick Pedone discusses efforts by private equity firms to raise funds to invest in distressed companies.
  • A Tale of Two Cities
    CommonWealth | November 14, 2013
    Boston Real Estate partner Larry DiCara, former Boston City Council president and one-time candidate for mayor, discusses the recent Boston mayoral vote, which illustrates a split among voters based on education and income.
  • What's Next For Whitey Bulger
    WBZ-TV (CBS Boston) | November 14, 2013
    This Q&A with Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone is focused on the sentencing of James “Whitey” Bulger.
  • Zombie Funds: Is it time for managers to finally give up the ghost?
    Hedgeweek | November 12, 2013
    Boston partner and leader of the firm’s Private Fund Disputes team Jon Sablone discusses “zombie funds,” which provide challenges for the hedge fund world and increasingly for the private equity market.
  • Former DA Honored for Domestic Violence Prevention
    MBA Lawyers E-Journal | October 31, 2013
    This article profiles Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone, who was honored at multiple events during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
  • Nixon Peabody Promotes Two to Counsel
    The Bond Buyer | October 29, 2013
    This coverage highlights the promotions of Public Finance counsel Neal Pandozzi and Barry Rothchild.
  • Nixon Peabody Launches a New Logo, Reflecting Changes in Law Firm's Approach
    Boston Business Journal | October 28, 2013
    Managing partner and CEO Andrew Glincher is quoted throughout this article discussing the firm’s focus on providing differentiating value to clients.
  • Lauren Astley murder draws attention to teen breakup violence
    48 Hours (CBS) | October 26, 2013
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone, former Middlesex District Attorney, discusses the Lauren Astley murder case.
  • The Cashier's Check That Wasn't
    New York Times | October 26, 2013
    Boston Immigration and Labor & Employment associate Courtney New is quoted in this article discussing client Smart From the Start’s ongoing legal battle against CreditCardMachineRentals.com.
  • New Mass. E-discovery Rules Could Change Firms' Data Policies
    Boston Business Journal | October 22, 2013
    Boston partner and leader of the firm’s E-discovery & Digital Evidence practice Jon Sablone discusses sweeping electronic discovery amendments approved by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.
  • Out of the Office
    Boston Business Journal | October 11, 2013
    This coverage notes that a team of attorneys and business leaders from Nixon Peabody and State Street volunteered on Lovells Island in the Boston Harbor. The team worked on restoring the habitat of the least tern, a rare seabird listed as a species of “special concern” under Massachusetts law.
  • Maine Law Muddles Liability in Drug Injury Suits
    Law360 | October 11, 2013
    Boston Life Sciences and IP Litigation partner Joe Leghorn provides commentary on a new Maine law, a first of its kind in the U.S., allowing prescription drugs to be purchased from foreign pharmacies.
  • No Surge of ‘New' Voters
    CommonWealth Magazine | October 10, 2013
    Boston Real Estate partner Larry DiCara discusses Boston voting patterns in this column.
  • The Intersection of Off-Label Promotion and Free Speech
    ABA Criminal Litigation Newsletter | October 9, 2013
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone and associates Hannah Bornstein and Conor Harris discuss recent developments in free-speech protection, which reflect a shifting environment for prosecutors investigating pharmaceutical and medical device companies for potential off-label promotional activities.
  • LPs Want Better Fund Materials, Survey Finds
    Law360 | October 3, 2013
    Boston Global Business & Transactions partner Bill Kelly discusses the results of a study finding a clear disconnect between what information fund marketers are providing at the initial marketing stage and what investors want to see.
  • A Crack in the Armor of the Special Revenue Bond
    Real Estate Finance Journal | October 1, 2013
    Boston Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partner Mark Berman discusses the implications of a decision dealing with efforts by a bankrupt municipality to invade special revenues incurred during a Chapter 9 bankruptcy case.
  • Martha Stewart Fires Pre-Emptive Shot against Alleged Troll
    National Law Journal | September 27, 2013
    Boston partner and leader of the firm’s Brands & Creations practice Jason Kravitz provides third-party commentary about a patent infringement case involving iPad apps created by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc.
  • Gerard Leone to Lead Somerville Review
    Boston Globe | September 26, 2013
    This story notes that Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone has been tapped to lead a School Safety and Security Review (SSSR) Committee for Somerville City Schools in Massachusetts. The SSSR will review current protocols, procedures, policies and practices for the school system.
  • Is It Time To Fix the Solar ITC?
    Renewable Energy World | September 25, 2013
    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Jim Duffy discusses a potential change to the language of the solar investment tax credit (ITC) which could help pave the way for future solar energy projects.
  • Commission Aims to Overhaul State's Tax Code
    State House News Service | September 17, 2013

    Boston public finance counsel Navjeet Bal, former Commissioner of Revenue for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, have been named to the Tax Fairness Commission which was created to review Massachusetts’ complex tax code.

  • Industry Faces Restructuring Challenges
    Supermarket News | September 13, 2013

    Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partners Lee Harrington and Rick Pedone discuss distressed M&A and reorganization opportunities and challenges in the grocery sector.

  • Nixon's at it Again – Helps Create Law Firm Sustainability Network
    The Sustainable Lawyer | September 12, 2013

    This article highlights Nixon Peabody’s leadership role with the Law Firm Sustainability Network, an organization focused on promoting environmental sustainability in the legal industry. Chief Sustainability Officer Carolyn Kaplan serves on the board of the LFSN.

  • Two Paths Taken For Procuring Offshore Revenue
    North American Windpower | September 1, 2013

    Boston Energy & Environmental associate Jennifer Simon Lento provides commentary in this feature story discussing new state-based models that could provide an alternative to traditional power purchase agreements for offshore wind developers.

  • Wall Street Swaps Claim Detroit Cash over Retirees: Muni Credit
    Bloomberg News | August 23, 2013

    Boston Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partner Mark Berman discusses how banks that sold interest-rate swaps to Detroit could be paid ahead of other creditors in the city’s record bankruptcy.

  • Court Ruling Could Change How P.E. Firms Approach Deals
    Boston Business Journal | August 16, 2013

    Boston partner and leader of the firm’s Private Fund Disputes team Jon Sablone discusses the impact of a federal appeals court’s decision that private equity firms can be held directly liable for the pension liabilities of the companies they buy.

  • Law Firms See Sunny Outlook in Solar Biz
    Boston Business Journal | August 16, 2013

    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Jim Duffy is quoted in this feature article on the impact increased solar project interest is having on law firms.

  • Gerry Leone Analysis of Bulger Verdict
    WBZ-TV (CBS Boston) | August 12, 2013

    Upon the verdict in the James "Whitey" Bulger case, Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone provided insight in his role as WBZ-TV’s legal analyst.

  • Insurers' Duty to Defend: Conn. vs. NY
    Law360 | August 8, 2013

    Boston Commercial Litigation associates Kurt Mullen and Chris Queenin and San Francisco Commercial Litigation partner and Insurance team leader Greg Schopf discuss two cases concerning coverage by estoppel where a liability insurer breaches its duty to defend.

  • Myriad Decision Aftershocks Ripple through Biotech
    Nature Biotechnology | August 8, 2013

    Co-leader of the Patents practice and Life Sciences partner David Resnick discusses the impact of the June 2013 U.S. Supreme Court decision in the Myriad Genetics case.

  • DOI Completes First Offshore Energy Area Auction, Prepares for Second in the Fall
    ABA Marine Resources Committee Newsletter | August 1, 2013

    Boston Energy and Environmental associate Jennifer Simon Lento authored this column discussing the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s first ever subsea land auction for the purpose of developing an offshore wind farm on the outer continental shelf.

  • Partly Cloudy with a Chance of Sanctions
    Internet Law & Strategy | August 1, 2013

    Boston partner and leader of the firm’s Private Fund Disputes team Jon Sablone coauthored this article focused on what lawyers need to keep in mind when dealing with the ethical issues around cloud computing.

  • Analysis: Will Cohort Flip in Hernandez Murder Case?
    USA Today | July 31, 2013

    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone is quoted extensively throughout this article discussing the possibility of the alleged accomplices cooperating with the prosecution.

  • Judge Keeps Strong Crosscurrents in Check
    Boston Globe | July 29, 2013

    The article profiles the judge presiding over the Whitey Bulger trial. Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone provides commentary addressing the importance of striking a balance in an emotional case like this.

  • Everything You Need to Know About the Sunshine Act
    British Medical Journal | July 26, 2013
    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Brian French, a member of the firm's Life Sciences practice, authored this piece on the Physician Payments Sunshine Act, part of the Affordable Care Act.
  • Patrick appoints Codinha to JNC
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | July 25, 2013

    This coverage highlights Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Bill Codinha, who has been appointed to serve as a commissioner on the Judicial Nominating Commission (JNC) by the governor of Massachusetts.

  • Boston: No ‘Danger,' Only a ‘Strangler'
    Bloomberg News | July 24, 2013

    Former president of the Boston City Council and Real Estate partner Larry DiCara discusses the differences between the mayoral races in Boston and New York City.

  • Agios shares up after initial public offering
    Boston Globe | July 24, 2013

    Boston Public Company Transactions partner Kelly Babson discusses how biotech shares are outpacing others in recent years and the increased attractiveness of earlier-stage IPO candidates as the more mature companies are trading at higher valuations.

  • Consalvo, Conley, Barros and Ross debate economic development, education at final mayoral mini-forum
    Boston Globe | July 19, 2013

    Boston Real Estate partner Larry DiCara, a former Boston city councilor and one-time candidate for Boston mayor, is highlighted in this piece on the final mini-forum for the Boston mayoral candidates. Larry is unanimously identified as the candidates’ “favorite Boston mayoral also-ran.”

  • State police photographer releases bloody Tsarnaev photos to Boston Magazine
    Boston Globe | July 19, 2013

    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone comments on new photos released by a Massachusetts State Police sergeant showing the apprehension of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

  • Staying out of Court
    PE Manager | July 19, 2013

    Boston partner and leader of the firm’s Private Fund Disputes team Jon Sablone discusses some of the biggest litigation risks in private equity.

  • Nixon Peabody Names Vezina as Partner at Firm's Private Equity Practice
    PE Hub | July 16, 2013

    This coverage highlights the arrival of Boston Private Equity & Investment Funds partner Stacy Vezina.

  • Tenet Healthcare Plans to Acquire Vanguard Health Could Reverberate in Massachusetts
    Boston Globe | July 12, 2013

    Boston Health Services partner Carolyn Jacoby Gabbay discusses the potential industry implications of Tenet Healthcare’s planned acquisition of Vanguard Health.

  • Can Legal Project Management Succeed in the Unpredictable World of Litigation and Transactions?
    Inside Counsel | July 11, 2013

    Boston Litigation & Dispute Resolution partner Sam Goldblatt authored this column discussing how legal project management can be successful.

  • Former DA Gerry Leone Provides Further Insight into Arraignment
    WFXT-TV (Fox Boston) | July 10, 2013

    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone discusses the arraignment of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

  • Kevin Weeks Testifies About Relationship with Whitey Bulger
    WBZ-TV (CBS Boston) | July 8, 2013

    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone discusses the testimony of Kevin Weeks against his former mentor, James “Whitey” Bulger, in his role as legal analyst for the news station.

  • Supreme Court's DOMA Ruling Already Keeping Local Law Firms Busy
    Boston Business Journal | June 28, 2013

    Boston Employee Benefits partner Tom McCord and Boston Private Clients associate Jen Collins discuss the business impact the U.S. Supreme Court’s Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) ruling.

  • BigLaw Attys Praise High Court's Gay Marriage Rulings
    Law360 | June 26, 2013

    Boston Private Clients associate Jen Collins provides commentary on the U.S. Supreme Court’s rulings regarding California’s Proposition 8 and the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).

  • Gift vouchers prompt federal suit
    Boston Business Journal | June 21, 2013

    Class Actions & Aggregate Litigation practice group leader and deputy Litigation department chair Scott O’Connell discusses the proposed class action lawsuit facing online shopping website Rue La La.

  • Deal Activity in New England
    Mergermarket Deal Drivers Report | June 21, 2013

    Boston global business and transactions partner Chris Keefe discusses how deal activity is picking up in the New England region as seen in the first half of 2013.

  • Attorneys React to High Court's Arbitration Ruling
    Law360 | June 20, 2013

    Class Actions & Aggregate Litigation practice group leader and deputy Litigation department chair Scott O’Connell comments on the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that courts can't overturn a class arbitration waiver simply because it would cost plaintiffs more to arbitrate the claim than they could possibly recover.

  • Boston group shifts from 'Big Dig' to lowering commercial carbon emissions
    ClimateWire | June 18, 2013

    Chief Sustainability Officer Carolyn Kaplan discusses the firm’s participation in A Better City’s “Challenge for Sustainability” in a feature article profiling the nonprofit’s priorities to make Boston a sustainable leader.

  • Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown appointed co-chairman of new defense policy advocacy group
    The Springfield Republican | June 18, 2013

    This coverage notes that Boston Government Relations & Public Policy counsel Scott Brown has been appointed co-chairman of the Bipartisan Coalition for American Security with former U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman.

  • Ex-Chelsea Office McLaughlin's Sentencing Postponed
    Boston Globe | June 15, 2013

    This coverage highlights Nixon Peabody's pro bono representation of the Chelsea Housing Authority as it seeks restitution against its former executive director, who has already pled guilty to fraud charges. Nixon Peabody’s legal team includes Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Bill Codinha and associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero, Affordable Housing partner Jeff Sacks, counsel Neil Moynihan, and paralegal Joanne Sylvester.

  • SCOTUS: Human Genes Can't Be Patented
    CNBC | June 13, 2013

    Co-leader of the firm’s Patents practice and member of the Life Sciences team David Resnick discusses the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling that human genes cannot be patented, striking down Myriad Genetics Inc.'s patents on isolated DNA associated with an increased risk of breast cancer.

  • High Court's Myriad Ruling Won't Crush Biotech Industry
    Life Sciences Law360 | June 13, 2013

    Co-leader of the firm’s Patents practice and member of the Life Sciences team Ron Eisenstein discusses the U.S. Supreme Courts’ ruling that human genes cannot be patented, striking down Myriad Genetics Inc.’s patents on isolated DNA associated with an increased risk of breast cancer.

  • Debate over Allowing Cameras in Federal Court
    WBZ-TV (CBS Boston) | June 5, 2013

    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone discusses the notion of cameras in federal court in relation to the James “Whitey” Bulger trial as part of his role as legal analyst for the news station.

  • Am Law Firms Look to Land Clients on the Ground Floor
    The American Lawyer | June 1, 2013

    Boston associates Courtney New and Mahmood Firouzbakht discuss their involvement with the Cambridge Innovation Center, the largest flexible office facility for growing technology and life sciences companies in the Greater Boston area.

  • Former Sen. Scott Brown to Discuss Business Climate at ACG Boston's Growth Conference 2013
    Mergers & Acquisitions | May 29, 2013

    This coverage notes that former Massachusetts Senator and Boston Government Relations & Public Policy counsel Scott Brown is the keynote speaker for ACG Boston’s Growth Conference 2013, New England’s largest M&A conference.

  • A New Procedural Trend in Qui Tam FCA Cases
    Law360 | May 17, 2013

    Washington, DC, Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Grayson Yeargin and Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense associate Conor Harris authored this article focused on a rising tide of whistleblower claims, which has spawned a new procedural development in qui tam actions under the False Claims Act.

  • Packing the Courts: A primer on the Federalist Society and its extraordinary influence
    New York Times | May 12, 2013
    This article reviews the book, The Federalist Society: How Conservatives Took the Law Back From Liberals, co-authored by Boston Commercial Litigation associate Danielle McLaughlin and Suffolk University law professor Michael Avery.
  • Larry Cohen Passes Philanthropic ‘Torch' to his Children
    The Jewish Advocate | May 10, 2013

    This article profiles Boston Private Clients partner Larry Cohen for his longstanding dedication to the Jewish National Fund (JNF) and how he passed this tradition of giving back to his children.

  • Decade Later, Same-sex Legal Issues Linger
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | May 9, 2013

    Boston Private Clients partner Jay Rosenbaum and associate Jen Collins discuss the family, employment, and estate law implications of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court’s landmark legalization of same-sex marriage in Goodridge, et al. v. Department of Public Health, et al.

  • People on the Move
    Boston Business Journal | May 2, 2013

    This coverage highlights Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partners John Cornell and Forrest Milder as recipients of the 2013 Paul E. Tsongas Award presented by Preservation Massachusetts for their contributions to preserving the Commonwealth’s historic resources.

  • The Current: Anticipating Tax Issues in Renewable Energy Investment Tax Credit Transactions. Part 2
    Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | May 1, 2013

    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder authored this column discussing investment tax credits and others issues that are most likely to arise in a renewable energy tax equity transaction.

  • Stakeholders Weigh In On Maryland Offshore Wind
    North American Windpower | April 23, 2013

    Boston energy & environmental associate Jen Simon Lento discusses the wind industry’s reactions to the Maryland Offshore Wind Energy Act of 2013.

  • What to Know About IRS' 'Begun Construction' Tests
    Law360 | April 22, 2013

    Boston tax credit finance & syndication partner Forrest Milder authored this column about the Internal Revenue Service notice requiring the passage of at least one test in order for projects that generate electricity from wind, geothermal, biomass, landfill gas, municipal solid waste, hydroelectric production and marine and hydrokinetic energy to qualify for a production tax credit or investment tax credit.

  • How Conservatives Captured the Law
    Chronicle of Higher Education | April 15, 2013

    Boston commercial litigation associate Danielle McLaughlin, co-authored this article with Suffolk University law professor Michael Avery, focsued on "The Federalist Society: How Conservatives Took the Law Back From Liberals."

  • Where the Votes are in Boston
    CommonWealth | April 9, 2013

    This contributed article co-authored by Boston Real Estate partner Larry DiCara focuses on how voting power in Boston has shifted geographically over the past decade.

  • Mass. Officials See N.Y. Ruling as Impetus for Congressional Action on Online Sales Taxes
    Boston Globe | April 2, 2013

    Boston Public Finance counsel Navjeet Bal, former commissioner of revenue for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, discusses a recent New York court ruling requiring online retailers to collect state sales tax and its impact on Massachusetts and national scale.

  • Boston Firm Recruits a Number of Prominent Politicians
    Boston Business Journal | March 29, 2013

    This article focuses on Nixon Peabody's high-profile hires in Boston. CEO and managing partner Andrew Glincher, former U.S. senator and government relations counsel Scott Brown, and former House majority leader and Health Services counsel Jim Vallee, are quoted in this feature. The article also references the hires of former Commissioner of Revenue and Public Finance counsel Navjeet Bal and Middlesex County District Attorney and Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Gerry Leone.

  • Gerard Leone Steps Away From Government
    Boston Globe | March 20, 2013

    This column profiles Middlesex County District Attorney Gerry Leone, who has joined the firm's Government Investigations & White Collar Defense practice.

  • DA from Middlesex County, Mass., joins Nixon Peabody
    Reuters | March 19, 2013

    The arrival of Middlesex County District Attorney Gerry Leone, who joins the firm's Boston office as partner in the Government Investigations & White Collar Defense practice, is highlighted in this feature article.

  • New HIPAA Rules Pose Challenges for Healthcare Industry
    Reuters | March 18, 2013

    Leader of the firm’s Privacy & Data Protection group and the HIPAA Compliance group Linn Freedman discusses the new Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations announced by the Department of Health & Human Services. Click here to read the full article.

  • 5 Reasons to Use Focus Groups in Jury Research
    Corporate Counsel | March 13, 2013

    This column, authored by commercial litigation practice group leader and deputy leader of the litigation department Scott O’Connell, discusses practical considerations on how to determine the optimal frames for a favorable jury verdict.

  • Ex-Sen. Scott Brown to ‘Connect People With Opportunities'
    Wall Street Journal Law Blog | March 12, 2013

    Managing Partner & CEO Andrew Glincher is quoted in this article highlighting the arrival of former U.S. Senator Scott Brown.

  • Ex-U.S. Senator Scott Brown Joins Nixon Peabody Law Firm
    Bloomberg BusinessWeek | March 11, 2013

    The news of former U.S. Senator Scott Brown's arrival is highlighted in this article. It is noted that Mr. Brown will join the firm's Government Relations & Public Policy practice and will work alongside other political and government officials at the firm, including Tom Reynolds, a five-term U.S. congressman who leads the firm’s Government Relations practice.

  • Former Senator Scott Brown Joins Nixon Peabody as Counsel
    National Law Journal | March 11, 2013

    This feature story notes the arrival of former U.S. Senator Scott Brown. CEO and managing partner Andrew Glincher is quoted noting that the firm is entrepreneurial and innovative and that Mr. Brown is a problem solver and will be a good fit with the firm's existing team.

  • Former Senator Scott Brown to Join Nixon Peabody
    The New York Times | March 11, 2013

    This article highlights the arrival of former U.S. Senator Scott Brown who joined the firm as counsel in the Boston office.

  • Fleeing Abroad May Not Cut Your Taxes
    Barron's | March 4, 2013

    Boston private clients partner Jay Rosenbaum discusses rising international anxiety about the increasing tax burden.

  • Necessary Formality in Franchise Agreements
    Commercial Leasing Law & Strategy | March 1, 2013

    The article, co-authored by franchise & distribution practice group leader Craig Tractenberg and Boston franchise & distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein, discusses a recent federal court decision suggesting that expansive and formal franchise agreements are a necessary evil.

  • Act Now To Harness IRS Energy Tax Credits
    Energy Law360 | March 1, 2013

    New York City energy & environmental partner Ellen Friedman, Boston tax credit finance & syndication partner Forrest Milder and San Francisco energy & environmental associate Alison Torbitt co-authored this column noting that interest applicants should act quickly to benefit from the $150 million of advanced energy manufacturing tax credits available from the Internal Revenue Service.

  • Attorneys, Tech Transfer Pros Offer Their Take on How to Address New Rules under AIA
    Technology Transfer Tactics | March 1, 2013

    Boston partner and Patents practice co-leader Ron Eisenstein discusses new key provisions of the America Invents Act (AIA).

  • Life Sciences Editorial Advisory Board
    Law360 | February 11, 2013

    Boston Commercial Litigation and Life Sciences partner Fred Kelly is highlighted among the Life Sciences Law360 editorial advisory board.

  • Forum Selection Clause an Important Provision in Franchise Agreements
    Commercial Leasing Law & Strategy | February 1, 2013

    Partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg and Boston Franchise & Distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein authored this article discussing a case in which a franchisor’s action to enforce its post-term restrictive covenant was dismissed for being in violation of its own forum selection clause.

  • Human Capital: People on the move
    Boston Business Journal | January 30, 2013

    This coverage notes that Chief Sustainability Officer Carolyn Kaplan has joined the Corporate Responsibility Officers Association (CROA) board of advisors.

  • Menino's State of the City to Be Watched Closely
    WBUR (Boston's NPR Station) | January 29, 2013

    Boston partner Larry DiCara, former Boston City Council president and one-time candidate for mayor, discusses the likely content of Boston Mayor Thomas Menino’s upcoming State of the City address and the mayor’s possible political future.

  • Computer-assisted Review Becomes More Popular
    Lawyers USA | January 29, 2013

    Boston partner and leader of the firm’s E-discovery & Digital Evidence practice Jon Sablone discusses the increasing use of electronic discovery less than one year after a federal court judge issued a decision blessing the use of computer-assisted review.

  • Views from the Trenches: E-discovery
    National Law Journal | January 28, 2013

    Boston partner and leader of the firm’s E-discovery & Digital Evidence practice Jon Sablone discusses current trends in e-discovery.

  • Pensions Bet Big With Private Equity
    Wall Street Journal | January 25, 2013

    Boston Global Business & Transactions partner Bill Kelly discusses how pension funds are struggling to make up investment losses from the financial crisis many.

  • Amid Gentrification, Affordable Units in Chinatown
    Boston Globe | January 23, 2013

    As the redevelopment of the Hong Lok House, a Boston affordable housing project, progresses, Boston Affordable Housing partner Jeff Sacks discusses the complexities of the financing.

  • Raising the Bar
    Boston Business Journal | January 11, 2013

    CEO and managing partner Andrew Glincher and newly elected Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Danielle Pelot are quoted in this article focused on local law firms' new partner classes.

  • Meet 39 Newly Minted Partners at Boston's Top Law Firms
    Boston Business Journal | January 11, 2013

    New Boston partners Kelly Babson (Public Company Transactions), Jeff Gilbreth (Labor & Employment), Danielle Pelot (Government Investigations & White Collar Defense) and Amy Pugliano O’Keefe (Global Business & Transactions) are featured in this coverage.

  • Vallee Promoted to Colonel in National Guard
    The Country Gazette | January 11, 2013

    This coverage notes that Boston Health Services counsel Jim Vallee has been promoted to colonel in the Massachusetts Army National Guard.

  • Gov. Patrick Proposes Reform to Public Housing Authorities
    WBZ-TV (Boston) | January 10, 2013

    This broadcast TV segment notes Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick's plans to announce legislation that would radically consolidate oversight and management of the state’s public housing stock into regional entities. Boston Affordable Housing partner Jeff Sacks, a commissioner on the Newton Housing Authority, speaks at the governor’s press conference and is quoted in the accompanying story.

  • Workplaces on Alert for Flu
    New England Cable News (NECN) | January 9, 2013

    In this broadcast TV segment, Boston office managing partner and Labor & Employment partner Gary Oberstein discusses how the flu is affecting Massachusetts businesses and what employers need to keep in mind.

  • Impact of Private Equity on Franchising
    Franchising Business & Law Alert | January 1, 2013

    New York City partner and leader of the firm’s Franchising & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg and Boston Franchising & Distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein discuss how the franchise industry is being transformed by major investments in franchise systems by private equity funds.

  • Life Sciences Cases to Watch in 2013
    Life Sciences Law 360 | January 1, 2013

    In this article focused on key life sciences industry lawsuits in the coming calendar year, Boston Government Investigations & Life Sciences partner Brian French provides commentary.

  • Life Sciences Regulation to Watch in 2013
    Life Sciences Law 360 | January 1, 2013

    Washington, DC, Health Services and Life Sciences partner Areta Kupchyk and Boston Government Investigations & Life Sciences partner Brian French discuss key life sciences industry regulations to watch in 2013.

  • MBTA Must Allow Access to Database
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | December 20, 2012

    Commercial Litigation partner and leader of the firm’s E-Discovery & Digital Evidence team Jon Sablone provides commentary in this article discussing a Massachusetts Superior Court judge’s decision ordering the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority to make its electronic database available to plaintiff’s counsel in a negligence suit.

  • Fiscal Cliff Fears Keep Trusts and Estates Lawyers Busy
    Wall Street Journal | December 14, 2012

    CEO and Managing Partner Andrew Glincher discusses the increase in demand for legal services from Trusts & Estates attorneys as the fiscal cliff looms.

  • Risk of Exclusion Remains Potent for Health Care Industry Executives
    Bloomberg BNA's Medical Devices Law & Industry Report | December 12, 2012

    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero and Health Services practice group leader Michele Masucci authored this column discussing the continued focus on individual accountability of health care executives. Click here to read the article.

  • Good News for Defense in NY Asbestos Litigation
    Law 360 | December 5, 2012

    This column, discussing a significant ruling applicable to all cases pending in the New York City Asbestos Litigation (NYCAL), was authored by Long Island Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation counsel Santo Borruso, Buffalo Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation partner John Weinholtz, and Boston Litigation counsel John Stadler.

  • Mind Reading: Judges Can Keep Deliberations to Themselves, Mass. Court Says
    ABA Journal | December 1, 2012

    This article highlights a case of first impression for Massachusetts in which the state Supreme Court recognized an absolute judicial deliberative privilege placing off-limits judges’ mental impressions and thought processes in reaching decisions. Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Bill Codinha is noted as special counsel who is probing the judge in question in this particular case.

  • Hot Market, Cool Reactions
    Boston Business Journal | November 30, 2012

    Boston Energy & Environmental partner Ruth Silman discusses the state of solar development in this feature article on Massachusetts’ green-energy sector.

  • Long-Awaited MUTC Clarifies Rules on Trusts
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | November 26, 2012

    Boston Private Clients counsel Amiel Weinstock discusses the Massachusetts Uniform Trust Code in this feature article.

  • New ‘Green Guides' Set Rules for Environmental Marketing
    Rochester Business Journal | November 23, 2012

    This column, co-authored by partner Jeff LaBarge, Chief Sustainability Officer Carolyn Kaplan, and associate Alison Torbitt, discusses new “Green Guides” from the Federal Trade Commission.

  • Law Firms Shift Back-Office Work to Remote Areas
    Boston Business Journal | November 2, 2012

    CEO and managing partner Andrew Glincher provides commentary in this article discussing how law firms are focusing on reducing their costs and increasing efficiency.

  • Understanding Liability and Reducing Litigation Risk
    Legal Essentials for Emergency Physicians | November 1, 2012

    Boston Health Services partner Regina Rockefeller and Long Island Health Services associate Carly Eisenberg discuss emergency department liability and related litigation.

  • 7 Tips for Avoiding False Claims Act Whistleblower Suits
    Law 360 | October 30, 2012

    Boston partner and deputy leader of the firm’s Government Investigations & White Collar Defense group Brian French discusses ways companies, especially those in the health care, medical device, and pharmaceutical industries, can avoid whistleblower lawsuits under the False Claims Act.

  • Forum Selection Clause an Important Provision in Franchise Agreements
    The Legal Intelligencer | October 26, 2012

    Leader of the firm’s Franchise & Distribution practice Craig Tractenberg and Boston Franchise & Distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein co-authored this column discussing the importance of forum selection clauses in franchise agreements.

  • Great Pro Bono Victory for Two Nixon Peabody Associates
    Boston Bar Association BBA Week | October 25, 2012

    Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero and Boston Commercial Litigation associate Danielle McLaughlin are highlighted for their win of an appeal before the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on behalf of a pro bono client been barred from having his removal case reconsidered because he had already been deported to Honduras. This matter was handled in collaboration with Boston College’s Post Deportation Human Rights Project (PDHRP).

  • Human Capital: People on the move
    Boston Business Journal | October 25, 2012

    This coverage notes that Boston Private Clients partner Larry Cohen has been named a “Campaign All-Star” by the Jewish National Fund (JNF) for his long-standing dedication to JNF and Israel and his overall lasting impact to the larger community.

  • Wary M&A Buyers Up Use Of Performance-Based MAC Clauses
    Mergers & Acquisitions Law 360 | October 22, 2012

    Boston partner and leader of the firm’s Global Business & Transactions practice David Martland and New York City Securities partner Dick Langan discuss the results of the firm’s eleventh annual MAC survey, which explores trends in the use of material adverse change clauses in M&A deals.

  • Cape Wind Faces Five Outstanding Legal Challenges
    Windpower Offshore | October 15, 2012

    Boston Energy & Environmental associate Jen Simon Lento discusses the limited likelihood that the lawsuits facing the proposed Cape Wind project would only add to the overall cost rather than ultimately stop the project.

  • Law Firms Wring Costs from Back-Office Tasks
    Wall Street Journal | October 8, 2012

    CEO and managing partner Andrew Glincher provides commentary in this article discussing how law firms are focused on reducing their costs and increasing efficiency.

  • 4 Decades After Clashes, Boston Again Debates School Busing
    New York Times | October 5, 2012

    Boston partner and former Boston City Councilor Larry DiCara is quoted in this feature story addressing Boston’s efforts to reduce its reliance on busing in a school system.

  • How Mobile Devices and the Cloud Change E-discovery
    Corporate Secretary | October 3, 2012

    Boston Commercial Litigation partner and leader of the firm’s Electronic Discovery & Digital Evidence team Jon Sablone discusses how mobile devices present particular concerns for e-discovery.

  • Earning Their Keep: Plenty of apps promise to help lawyers work smarter. Which ones actually deliver?
    The American Lawyer | October 1, 2012

    Boston Products partner Sam Goldblatt and Rochester Global Business & Transactions counsel Jeremy Wolk are both included in this tech column discussing apps for mobile devices and tablets that are specifically designed for legal matters.

  • Sobering Times in IP Law
    Boston Business Journal | September 28, 2012

    Boston partner and leader of the firm’s Brands & Creations practice Jason Kravitz provides third-party commentary in this article discussing Massachusetts’ food and beverage industry’s efforts to manage the complexities of intellectual property law.

  • Hospitals' Lawsuit against State Moves Forward with Court Decision
    The Legal Intelligencer | September 28, 2012

    Partner and leader of the firm’s Franchise practice Craig Tractenberg and Boston Franchise & Distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein coauthored this column discussing franchise agreements.

  • Honing the Elevator Pitch: Associates get an earlier start on rainmaking for their law firms
    Boston Business Journal | September 21, 2012

    In this article discussing associate training, professional personnel partner John Snellings discusses Nixon Peabody’s approach to associate development.

  • Report: New Mass. law may hurt hospital margins
    Modern Healthcare | September 10, 2012

    Boston counsel Jim Vallee provides commentary in this article discussing the new cost-containment law in Massachusetts.

  • Social Impact Bonds Generate Buzz in N.Y., Mass.
    The Bond Buyer | September 10, 2012

    This feature article highlights the use of social impact bonds in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and New York City. Boston Public Finance counsel Navjeet Bal, who is lead counsel to the Commonwealth, is quoted discussing the appeal and benefits of the program.

  • Nixon Peabody Adds Boston Partner to China Practice
    The Asian Lawyer | September 6, 2012

    This article highlights the arrival of Boston partner Linda Ji, a member of the firm's China and global business & transactions practices.

  • ‘Cloud' Advisory Puts Small Firms on Notice
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | August 13, 2012

    Partner and leader of the firm’s Privacy & Data Protection practice Linn Freedman provides commentary on the ethics advisory opinion from the Massachusetts Bar Association on the use of Internet data storage providers, which has some small firms and sole practitioners taking a second look at “cloud” safety.

  • First Circuit Overturns Fee Award
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | August 13, 2012

    Boston commercial litigation partner Jon Sablone provides commentary in this article discussing a ruling by the 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals finding that a judge erred by using federal guidelines to determine the amount of attorneys’ fees to be awarded in the settlement of a multi-district class action that involved no underlying issues of federal law.

  • How to Make Your 401(k) Last Forever: The Pension Rollover
    Forbes | August 8, 2012

    Boston labor and employment partner Tom McCord provides commentary in this article discussing renewed interest in a lesser-known, potentially cheaper option to guarantee lifetime payments of 401(k) retirement account balances—the DC to DB rollover.

  • Optional Special Selection and Recruitment Green Cards: Who Is a 'Teacher'?
    New York Law Journal | August 6, 2012

    This bylined article coauthored by Rochester immigration partner Patti Morrison and Boston immigration associate Courtney New focuses on college and university faculty appointees and their eligibility for Optional Special Recruitment and Selection labor certifications.

  • The Eureka Moment
    Law Technology News | August 1, 2012

    Boston and Buffalo products partner Sam Goldblatt provides commentary in this cover story on how six “Big Law” firms have embraced legal project management.

  • High Court's FLSA Ruling on RX Reps: The Ray of Hope it Offers for Other Industries
    Fair Labor Standards Handbook | August 1, 2012

    This contributed article, authored by Boston Labor & Employment partner David Rosenthal and Boston Labor & Employment associate Jeff Gilbreth, discusses the far-reaching implications of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision that pharmaceutical sales representatives qualify for the “outside sales” exemption under the Fair Labor Standard Act and therefore are not entitled to overtime. The article originally published in HR Compliance eXpert on June 22, 2012 and was reprinted with permission.

  • Grandfathering Projects for Section 1603 Grants
    Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | August 1, 2012

    This column, authored by Boston tax credit finance and syndication partner Forrest Milder, discusses how to be prepared as the U.S. Treasury adds new rules to the Section 1603 cash grant program and avoid a grant being reduced or even denied.

  • Why Sustainability Execs Should Shun the S-Word
    GreenBiz.com | July 25, 2012

    This article highlights a new report aimed at understanding the skills, drivers, and internal collaboration strategies sustainability executives need to succeed. The group surveyed corporate sustainability leaders primarily from Fortune 100 companies. Nixon Peabody’s Chief Sustainability Officer Carolyn Kaplan was among those leaders who participated in this report.

  • Supreme Court Sends Employers Scrambling
    Long Island Business News | July 5, 2012

    This article addresses the impact of the Supreme Court’s health care reform decision on employers. Labor & Employment partner Tom McCord provides commentary.

  • Pricing Spreads Begin to Widen but Creative Structures Could Bridge the Gap
    Dow Jones Guide to Secondary Market Intermediaries | July 1, 2012

    Boston Private Equity & Investment Funds partner Kari Harris provides third-party commentary in this feature article about the secondary market.

  • The Current: Term Sheets and Closings—10 Things to Remember
    Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | July 1, 2012

    Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder authored this column discussing the considerations to keep in mind while negotiating the term sheet and getting to closing.

  • Is Your 401(k) Up To Par?
    Forbes | June 21, 2012

    Boston Labor & Employment partner Tom McCord is quoted in this feature article discussing the results of an Internal Revenue Service survey looking at what features employees can expect—or demand—in their plans.

  • Bankruptcy Bar Fighting Off ‘Unfair' Fee Proposal
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | June 18, 2012

    Boston Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partner Mark Berman provides commentary in this article discussing the controversial fee proposal from the Executive Office for U.S. Trustees and how it could impact bankruptcy attorneys.

  • U.S. Offshore Wind Collaborative Makes Changes to Board of Directors
    North American Windpower | June 14, 2012

    This coverage notes the changes to the U.S. Offshore Wind Collaborative (USOWC) Board of Directors. Boston Energy and Environmental associate Jennifer Simon Lento is included for being appointed as counsel to the USOWC Board.

  • Tracking Legal Costs with Task Codes: Different firms take different approaches
    Of Counsel | June 1, 2012

    Boston and Buffalo Products partner Sam Goldblatt provides commentary in this article that discusses the Uniform Task-Based Management System (UTBMS), which tracks the time spent on particular programs and tasks.

  • Nixon Peabody Invests in Energy Efficiency
    The Sustainable Lawyer | May 31, 2012
    Boston Bar Association Sustainability Task Force member and firmwide chief sustainability officer Carolyn Kaplan discusses the firm’s participation in EDF Climate Corps, an innovative energy efficiency program.
  • Sustainability: What Law Firms Have at Stake
    Sustainability: What Law Firms Have at Stake | May 12, 2012

    This feature article discusses the evolving view of sustainability within the legal profession. The article includes Nixon Peabody and highlights the firm’s Chief Sustainability Officer Carolyn Kaplan. Carolyn is quoted addressing the firm’s holistic approach to sustainability.

  • Q&A With Nixon Peabody’s Fred Kelly
    Life Sciences Law 360 | May 8, 2012

    Boston Commercial Litigation and Life Sciences partner Fred Kelly is featured in this Q&A discussing the life sciences industry.

  • The Sustainable Firm
    The Environmental Forum | May 1, 2012
    This feature story discusses law firm sustainability. Nixon Peabody is highlighted as a pioneer in sustainability efforts and is highlighted as a firm that takes a holistic approach to sustainability efforts. Chief Sustainability Officer Carolyn Kaplan is highlighted in the article as well as an energy and environmental attorney with practical experience and an in-depth knowledge of the legal framework, political culture, and attitudes of clients toward sustainability.
  • Rep. James Vallee Joins Nixon Peabody Law Firm
    Boston Globe | May 1, 2012

    This coverage highlights the arrival of Massachusetts State Representative Jim Vallee who has joined the firm’s Real Estate and Government Relations practices as counsel in the Boston office.

  • Incurable Defaults
    Franchising Business & Law Alert | May 1, 2012

    In this feature article, Boston Franchise & Distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein discusses when a franchisee’s actions are so egregious that a franchisor decides that it needs to immediately terminate the franchise and declare that the relationship is irrevocably harmed resulting in an incurable default.

  • Ruling Ends Confusion for Securities Attorneys
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | April 30, 2012

    Boston Commercial Litigation partner George Skelly provides third-party commentary in this article discussing a Second Circuit ruling that for the first time defines the meaning of “domestic transaction” under a test laid out by the U.S. Supreme Court in its landmark 2010 Morrison, et al. v. National Australia Bank Ltd., et al. decision.

  • BOEM Considers First Offshore Hydrokinetic Power Lease
    Law 360 | April 24, 2012

    The feature story notes that the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management received its first-ever lease application for a hydrokinetic power testing area. Boston Energy & Environmental associate Jen Simon Lento provides third-party commentary.

  • Not Packing: Revolvers in Short Supply
    Leveraged Finance News | April 20, 2012

    Boston partner and leader of the firm’s Global Finance practice Craig Mills provides commentary in this feature article focused on the current state of revolving credit activity.

  • Human Capital: People on the Move
    Boston Business Journal | April 16, 2012

    Partner and leader of the firm’s Privacy & Data Protection group Linn Freedman is mentioned in this column for being appointed to the Advisory Board for Women Entrepreneurs in Science and Technology (WEST), a Massachusetts-based nonprofit that provides a leadership forum for women in science, engineering, and technology industries.

  • Taking the Legal Route to Sustainability
    GreenBiz.com | April 15, 2012

    Chief Sustainability Officer Carolyn Kaplan is featured in this article discussing Nixon Peabody’s Legally Green initiative, the progress the firm has made, and the growing client demand for sustainability. This article is based on a recent Nature of Business radio program interview that focused on Carolyn.

  • When the Go-To Guy is Gone: Companies can pay if a lot of tasks are the purview of just one person
    Boston Business Journal | April 13, 2012

    Boston office managing partner and Labor & Employment partner Gary Oberstein and Boston Labor & Employment associate Jeff Gilbreth discuss how employers can be proactive and not reactive when it comes to dealing with employees responsible for critical business operations/tasks/information.

  • Court: Landlords Ask Too Much With Amenity Fees
    Banker & Tradesman | April 8, 2012

    This article discusses a decision by the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts determining that Massachusetts landlords are prohibited from requiring any residential tenant or prospective tenant to pay so called “amenity use fees” at or prior to the commencement of the tenancy. Boston Real Estate partner Matthew Lynch discusses how the decision might affect Massachusetts residential landlords.

  • Harrisburg’s Unkovic Says was in “untenable position”
    Reuters | April 2, 2012

    Boston Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partner Mark Berman discusses the uncertainty of Harrisburg, PA’s financial plans following the resignation of the city’s receiver amid efforts to find a solution to the city’s financial crisis.

  • Legal Services: A Who’s Who
    Boston Business Journal | March 30, 2012

    Boston Commercial Litigation partner Steve LaRose is prominently featured in this special section highlighting new partners at area law firms.

  • AG’s Team Comes Under Attack in Medicare Case
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | March 27, 2012

    This article discusses accusations against Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley’s Medicare Fraud Division claiming that it violated a Brookline doctor’s Sixth Amendment right to counsel when it illegally seized more than 680 e-mail communications between the physician and his Boston lawyers. Co-leader of the firm’s Government Investigations & White Collar Defense team David Vicinanzo provides commentary.

  • Your Week Ahead: The Health Care Watch
    Boston Globe Magazine | March 25, 2012

    Boston Health Services partner Regina Rockefeller is quoted in this column, which discusses the upcoming arguments on the health care law before the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • Fallout from Court Decision to Have Long-Term Impact
    BioWorld Today | March 21, 2012

    This article focuses on the Supreme Court ruling determining that Prometheus Laboratories Inc.’s process claims were not patent eligible. Boston partner and co-leader of the firm’s Patents practice group Ron Eisenstein provides third-party commentary about what the ruling means for the biopharma industry and personalized medicine.

  • Today’s Unpaid Intern Could Be Tomorrow’s Plaintiff
    Boston Business Journal | March 9, 2012

    Boston office managing partner and Labor & Employment partner Gary Oberstein discuses labor and employment concerns relating to unpaid interns.

  • Local Business Leaders React to Proposed MBTA Service Cuts
    WBUR | March 5, 2012

    Boston Real Estate partner Larry DiCara also provides commentary in the piece discussing the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s (MBTA) proposed fare hikes and service cuts and their potential impacts.

  • U.S. Judge Clears Way for Alabama County Bankruptcy
    Reuters | March 5, 2012

    This feature story discusses a ruling by a U.S. Bankruptcy Judge allowing for Alabama’s Jefferson County to move forward with its $4.23 billion bankruptcy case, the biggest ever by an American municipality. Boston Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partner Mark Berman provides third-party commentary.

  • Dealing with a Changing State Tax Landscape
    Franchising World | March 1, 2012

    This column, authored by Boston Global Tax partner Scott Susko and Rochester Private Clients associate Meghan Schubmehl, notes that franchisors should anticipate increased taxes as a result of the proliferation of the economic nexus theory.

  • Human Capital: People on the Move
    Boston Business Journal | February 2, 2012

    This coverage notes that Boston Public Finance counsel Navjeet Bal has joined the Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center’s (MassBudget) board of directors.

  • Area Lawyers Gear Up For Fight Against Counterfeiters
    Boston Business Journal | January 27, 2012

    This feature article highlights Boston partner and leader of the firm’s Brands & Creations practice Jason Kravitz for the work he is doing protecting luxury brands, such as Shamballa Jewels, against counterfeiters and knockoffs.

  • Public Pensions Increase Private-Equity Investments
    Wall Street Journal | January 26, 2012

    This feature article discusses how large public pension plans are putting more money into private equity funds. Boston Global Business & Transactions partner Bill Kelly provides third-party commentary.

  • Cayman Funds Spur Scrutiny for Romney
    Boston Globe | January 20, 2012

    This feature story focuses on the offshore funds where Mitt Romney has personal holdings and discusses how this is a commonly used tactic by U.S. investment firms to attract foreign money and pension funds. Boston Global Business & Transactions partner Bill Kelly is among the third-party sources quoted in the story.

  • Verdict Reflects Trends in Employment Disputes
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | January 9, 2012

    Labor & Employment partner and Boston office managing partner Gary Oberstein discusses a recent case in Suffolk Superior Court that illustrates how a claim about an employer retaliating against a former employee can be costly.

  • TTOs Often Walk a Fine Line When Negotiating Rights to Improvements
    Technology Transfer Tactics | January 1, 2012

    This feature story discusses how technology transfer offices (TTOs) can effectively deal with the rights to intellectual property improvements in license agreements. Boston partner and co-leader of the firm’s Patents practice Ron Eisenstein provides commentary in the piece.

  • The U.S. Should Follow Germany’s Example
    Windpower Monthly | January 1, 2012

    This contributed article, authored by Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder, discusses why the United States should follow Germany’s approach to renewable energy development.

  • Chapter 7 Filings Decline Sharply in Mass.
    Boston Business Journal | December 30, 2011

    This feature story discusses bankruptcy industry trends and issues. Boston Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy partner Mark Berman provides third-party commentary.

  • A Holiday Wage and Hour Checklist: Are You Naughty or Nice?
    SmartHR Manager | December 13, 2011

    This contributed article, authored by Boston Labor & Employment associates Jeff Gilbreth and Gauri Patil, discusses the various wage and hour pitfalls lurking that could snare an unwary employer this holiday season.

  • People on the Move
    Boston Business Journal | December 13, 2011

    In this column noting area moves, promotions, and recognitions, Boston Global Business & Transactions partner Bill Kelly is included for receiving one of the AIDS Action Committee’s annual “Commitment to Action” awards.

  • Sun Life among local firms cited for workplace diversity
    Boston Globe | December 8, 2011

    This coverage notes the local organizations, including Nixon Peabody, that received a 100% ranking from the Human Rights Campaign in their annual Corporate Equality Index.

  • Personalized Medicine Could Hinge on Supreme Court Ruling
    BioWorld Today | December 8, 2011

    This story notes that the future of personalized medicine rests in the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court as it mulls arguments in Mayo Collaborative Services v. Prometheus Laboratories Inc. Patents practice co-leader and member of the firm’s Life Sciences practice David Resnick provides third-party commentary.

  • What TTOs Need to Know about Freedom-to-operate Analyses
    Technology Transfer Tactics | December 1, 2011

    Boston partner and co-leader of the firm’s Patents practice Ron Eisenstein provides commentary in this article abut what Technology Transfer Office (TTO) managers need to know about freedom to operate investigations.

  • The Current: Recent IRS Guidance on the Tax Treatment of Excessive 1603 Grants
    Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits | December 1, 2011

    In this column, Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder addresses questions that arise with respect to Section 1603 grants.

  • Q&A With Nixon Peabody’s David Martland
    Private Equity Law 360 | November 22, 2011

    This featured Q&A is conducted with David Martland, Boston partner and leader of the firm’s Global Business & Transactions practice.

  • Cohen, Rosenbaum Join Nixon Peabody
    Boston Globe | November 15, 2011

    This coverage highlights the arrival of Boston Private Clients partners Larry Cohen, Jay Rosenbaum, and their team.

  • Delaware Supreme Court’s CML V LLC v. Bax Decision and Rights of Creditors of Delaware LLCs
    Bankruptcy Law Reporter | November 10, 2011

    This contributed article, coauthored by Boston Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring partner Lee Harrington and New York City Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring associate David Lee, discusses the implications of the Delaware Supreme Court’s recent decision in CML V LLC v. BAX. The decision undercuts the long-held understanding of most practitioners and commentators that creditors can obtain standing to pursue derivative claims on behalf of insolvent Delaware limited liability companies.

  • "U.S. Supreme Court Denies Certiorari in Iowa Tax Case; Court Gives Silent Blessing to Extending the ‘Economic Nexus’ Theory
    Franchising Business & Law Alert | November 1, 2011

    This contributed article, authored by Boston Franchise & Distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein, discusses the U.S. Supreme Court decision denying a petition for certiorari in KFC Corp. v. Iowa Department of Revenue.

  • Rx for Excellence
    Massachusetts Medical Law Report | November 1, 2011

    This special section highlights Massachusetts’ top professionals, including Boston Health Services partner Regina Rockefeller, who promote safety, quality, and risk management in health care.

  • Grandfathering Your Project for Section 1603 Grants Beyond 2011
    Journal of Tax Credits | November 1, 2011

    This contributed article, authored by Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder, discusses the “physical work” and “5%” tests with respect to qualifying for a Section 1603 grant in the case of a facility that is placed in service after 2011.

  • Human Capital: People on the Move
    Boston Business Journal | October 31, 2011

    This coverage notes that Boston and Manchester-based partner Dave Vicinanzo has been named co-leader of the firm’s Government Investigations & White Collar Defense practice.

  • Going Green is Good Business
    Daily Record | October 28, 2011

    The feature story discusses how being green is good for business. Nixon Peabody is highlighted for being a leader in this area. Chief Sustainability Officer Carolyn Kaplan is quoted.

  • Human Capital: People on the Move
    Boston Business Journal | October 19, 2011

    This coverage notes that the firm’s Chief Sustainability Officer, Carolyn Kaplan, has been named to serve on the Boston Bar Association’s Task Force on Environmental Sustainability.

  • Main Street Companies Cautioned to Protect Against Triple-X Threat
    Boston Business Journal | October 14, 2011

    This article discusses the new dot-xxx top-level domain. Boston brands & creations partner Mark Robins provides third-party commentary.

  • Legal Project Management
    Bloomberg Law Reports | October 6, 2011

    This article discusses how attorneys are using legal project management to increase efficiency. Boston Products partner Sam Goldblatt, who has been leading Nixon Peabody Project Management, is quoted throughout the piece.

  • Adviser Relief from Pay-To-Play Recordkeeping
    Law 360 | October 6, 2011

    This column, coauthored by Boston Global Business & Transactions partner Bill Kelly and Boston Transactions associate Ben Landry, discusses the Securities and Exchange Commission’s simplified “pay-to-play” recordkeeping procedure.

  • Franchisors’ Tax Bills Could Get A Lot Bigger
    Restaurant Finance Monitor | October 6, 2011

    This feature article discusses the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision refusing to review Iowa assessment of income taxes on royalty payments made by Iowa franchisees to out-of-state franchisors. Boston Franchise & Distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein and Boston Global Tax partner Scott Susko provide commentary.

  • The Current: Combining New Markets Tax Credits with the ITC or Section 1603 Grant Programs
    Journal of Tax Credits | October 1, 2011

    This article, authored by Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder discusses combining renewable energy tax credits or grants with the new markets tax credit (NMTC).

  • Adding Insult to Injury: Investors in Madoff Feeder Funds Are Targets for Claw Back Suits
    Corporate LiveWire | October 1, 2011

    This contributed article, authored by Boston Commercial Litigation partners Tim Mungovan and Stephen LaRose and Boston Commercial Litigation associate Joel Cavanaugh, discusses “Sentry Claw Back Suits” relating to investors in Madoff feeder funds who redeemed capital prior to the disclosure of the fraud in December 2008 and now face increasing litigation risks.

  • Reform Review: IP lawyers say concerns run high among clients
    Boston Business Journal | September 30, 2011

    Featured within the publication’s special “IP Law” section, this article discusses the long awaited patent reform. Boston partner and co-leader of the patents practice Ron Eisenstein provides commentary.

  • People on the Move
    Boston Business Journal | September 27, 2011

    This coverage notes that patents practice co-leader and member of the firm’s life sciences practice David Resnick has been named a member of the Personalized Medicine Coalition’s Public Policy Committee.

  • Patent Bar Split on Impact of New Law
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | September 26, 2011

    This article discusses the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act signed by President Obama and the reactions among attorneys across the state. Boston Intellectual Property Litigation partner John Gutkoski provides commentary.

  • Massachusetts Finance Official Makes Move to Nixon Peabody
    The Bond Buyer | September 23, 2011

    This feature story highlights the arrival of Boston Public Finance counsel Navjeet Bal, the former Commissioner of Revenue for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

  • Nixon Peabody Taps Former DOR Commissioner Navjeet Bal
    Boston Business Journal | September 20, 2011

    This coverage notes that the Commissioner of Revenue for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Navjeet Bal has announced she is joining Nixon Peabody. Ms. Bal joins the firm as public finance counsel in the Boston office.

  • Trueheart Named Head of Global Law Firm Network
    Rochester Business Journal | September 20, 2011

    This article notes that chairman emeritus Harry Trueheart has been named chairman and CEO of the TerraLex law firm network.

  • Legal Briefs: Nixon Peabody Adds IP Lawyers
    Boston Business Journal | September 16, 2011

    The coverage highlights the arrival of Boston Intellectual Property Ligation partner John Gutkoski and counsel Michelle Flores, who joined the firm from Foley & Lardner LLP.

  • Q&A With Nixon Peabody’s Linn Freedman
    Privacy & Consumer Protection Law 360 | September 15, 2011

    This Q&A is conducted with Boston and Providence Health Services partner Linn Freedman. Ms. Freedman is leader of the firm’s Data Privacy and Protection group and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance group.

  • Federal Circuit Decides Human Genes Patentable
    Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | September 14, 2011

    This feature article discusses the U.S. Court of Appeals ruling finding that human genes are patentable. Patents practice co-leader and member of the life sciences practice David Resnick provides third-party commentary.

  • Nixon Peabody Expands Boston Team With Foley IP Attys
    Law 360 | September 13, 2011

    This feature article highlights the arrival of Boston Intellectual Property Litigation partner John Gutkoski and counsel Michelle Flores.

  • Career Tracker: Lawyers on the Move
    Reuters | September 12, 2011

    In this column noting legal industry moves and promotions, Boston Intellectual Property Litigation partner John Gutkoski and counsel Michelle Flores are included for their recent arrival at the firm.

  • Vicarious and Other Franchisor Liability
    International Journal of Franchising Law | September 1, 2011

    This article, coauthored by Boston Franchise & Distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein, provides a comprehensive overview of the underlying issues and legal concepts utilized in several countries for resolving questions of vicarious liability in the franchise context.

  • Arbitration Provisions Continue to Make Waves
    Franchising Business & Law Alert | September 1, 2011

    This article highlights a presentation by Boston Franchise & Distribution partner Gregg Rubenstein and associate Diana Vilmenay, which discussed arbitration-related litigation in light of two U.S. Supreme Court decisions earlier this year.

  • The Current: Treasury Reveals Some of What’s Behind the Curtain
    Journal of Tax Credits | August 8, 2011

    This column, authored by Boston Tax Credit Finance & Syndication partner Forrest Milder, discusses the U.S. Treasury’s recently published document, “Evaluating Cost Basis for Solar Photovoltaic Properties,” which provides some explanations of how the Treasury thinks about valuations and grants.

  • A Place to Retire in Chinatown
    Boston Globe | August 4, 2011

    This feature article highlights the groundbreaking on the Hong Lok House redevelopment in Boston’s Chinatown neighborhood and notes that it kickstarts long-stalled plans to address a shortage of affordable housing for elderly. Boston Affordable Housing partner Jeff Sacks, who led a cross-practice team of attorneys on this project, is quoted in the piece.

  • Congressional Investigations: What Every Exec Should Know
    Pharmaceutical Executive | August 1, 2011

    This contributed article, by Boston Government Investigations & White Collar Defense associate Danielle Pelot, focuses on what pharmaceutical executives need to know about congressional investigations, as these investigations unfold differently than traditional government investigations.

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The new Massachusetts solar carve-out SREC II program became effective on April 25, 2014
Energy Alert | May 5, 2014

Adjunct professors targeted for unionization
Employment Law Alert | March 28, 2014

Health care proxy holders lack authority to bind nursing home patients and their estates to arbitration agreements
Health Alert | January 23, 2014

Top five tips for employer documentation in an "age of connectivity"
Employment Law Alert | January 21, 2014

New rules may shift landscape—and costs—of E-Discovery
Electronic Discovery and Evidence Law Alert | September 27, 2013

Newest waste ban in Massachusetts: commercial organic material
Environmental Alert | July 19, 2013

Massachusetts repeals its employer health care mandate
Benefits Alert | July 17, 2013

Maintaining confidential academic research in the face of a criminal investigation—the First Circuit speaks
Higher Education Alert | June 19, 2013

Whose claim is it anyway—the investment fund's or the investor's?
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Massachusetts employers are well-advised to revise employee release agreements in accordance with a recent Supreme Judicial Court decision
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Massachusetts relaxes rules for employer health care reform contributions
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As of May 4, 2012, Massachusetts employers will have access to more information and face new requirements when considering applicants'/employees' criminal histories
Employment Law Alert | April 25, 2012

U.S. District Court rules that so-called "amenity use fees" paid by residential tenants are prohibited under Massachusetts law
Real Estate Law Alert | March 20, 2012

Massachusetts to join the growing list of states that protect against discrimination on the basis of gender identity
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MA Bar Association 2014 Annual Health Law Conference: Legal Ethics & Privacy
June 19, 2014

Data Privacy & Security 101: Integrating privacy and security from the start
June 12, 2014

Ensuring Compliant Health Care Collaborations in an Age of Governmental Scrutiny
June 3, 2014 | Boston, MA

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Venture Capital Investment in Food Startups
May 14, 2014 | Boston, MA

IoT Olympiad
May 2, 2014 | Boston, MA

Quick Service Incubator: Sourcing fresh ideas for growing food companies
April 17, 2014 | Boston, MA

The Boston Snack Down: Past, Present & Future of Natural Foods in Beantown
April 9, 2014 | Boston, MA

BevNET Food & Beverage University—Boston 2014
March 27, 2014

China Outlook for 2014: Evolving Regulations under New Leadership and Cross‑Border Business Opportunities as we Celebrate the Chinese New Year
March 20, 2014 | Boston, MA

Investment Trends in Technology & IP
March 12, 2014 | Boston, MA

Electronic Discovery: The New SJC Rules and Emerging Issues
March 4, 2014

M&A Outlook: Trends, Issues & Opportunities
January 29, 2014 | Boston, MA

Your Responsibilities as a Nonprofit Board Member or Chief Executive
January 28, 2014 | Boston, MA

Trade Secrets 101
January 22, 2014

Critical Issues in Information Security & Data Privacy
January 14, 2014 | Boston, MA

Financing Your Consumer Products Company (Natural, Organic, Specialty, Retail & Premium)
December 12, 2013 | Boston, MA

Becoming a More Effective Sales Manager in the Natural and Specialty Channel
December 10, 2013 | Boston, MA

Investing in ALL THINGS Health Care: Opportunities and Challenges Ahead
December 4, 2013 | Boston, MA

Fourth Annual Boston E-discovery Summit
December 3, 2013

Title IX: Challenges and Opportunities for Colleges and Universities
November 14, 2013 | Boston, MA

Government Affairs Forum: What's Next for Boston in the Post-Menino Era
November 12, 2013 | Boston, MA

MEPA and Environmental Permitting: New Requirements and Compliance Strategies
November 7, 2013

Focused Branding: Why it's important for attracting investors
October 15, 2013 | Boston, MA

Sustainability on Tap
October 2, 2013

What's on Tap? Trends in Investing in Wine, Spirits & Craft Brews
September 23, 2013 | Boston, MA

Public-Private Partnerships and the Future of Homeland Security
June 26, 2013 | Boston, MA

NEW DATE: Surviving Myriad
June 20, 2013 | Boston, MA

Cyber Threats & Cyber Realities: An institute on the legal and policy landscape of cyber risks—foreign and domestic
June 17, 2013

Private Equity Investing Outlook: What's Next for Consumer Products & Services
June 12, 2013 | Boston, MA

Demonstrating Compliance Program Effectiveness
May 16, 2013 | Boston, MA

Clean Up In Aisle 9: Distressed M&A and Reorganization Opportunities and Challenges in the Retail Grocery Sector
May 15, 2013 | Boston, MA

Tech Investing Roundtable: Big Data, Mobility & Their Real World Applications
April 30, 2013 | Boston, MA

Recent Developments in Swap Regulations
April 18, 2013 | Boston, MA

Health Care Reform: Are you ready?
April 12, 2013 | Boston, MA

Transportation in the Bay State… The Road Ahead
April 11, 2013 | Boston, MA

China Outlook for 2013: Evolving Landscape of Leadership, Regulations, and Economics
February 5, 2013 | Boston, MA

M&A Outlook: Trends, Issues & Opportunities
January 16, 2013 | Boston, MA

How Top In-House Law Departments and Firm Experts Manage the Challenges of E-Discovery
December 3, 2012 | Boston, MA

Major opportunities or traps for the unwary in key markets abroad
October 15, 2012 | Boston, MA

Health Care Cost Containment Reform: What Does this Mean for your Massachusetts Business?
September 27, 2012 | Boston, MA

Data Privacy & Security Issues with Mobile Technology: Practical Strategies for In-House Counsel to Reduce Risks
September 25, 2012 | Boston, MA

Are your employees safe at work? Assessing, preventing, and responding to workplace violence
September 19, 2012 | Boston, MA

Implementing the AIA
September 14, 2012 | Boston, MA

International Private Equity Investments: Issues, Trends, and Exits
September 12, 2012 | Boston, MA

National Contract Management Association (NCMA) World Congress 2012
July 29, 2012 | Boston, MA

Fourth Annual Intensive Seminar on Recent Developments Under MEPA & NEPA
June 22, 2012 | Boston, MA

ACHE of Massachusetts Spring Conference: Insights into Successful Organizations and Their ACO Strategies
May 24, 2012 | Boston, MA

7th Annual Ellison Pierce Symposium: What you need to know about ACOs
May 5, 2012 | Boston, MA

IPED Conference: Learn the Basics: Housing Tax Credits 101, plus Historic Tax Credits
April 18, 2012

Deal Makers or Deal Breakers: Spotlight on Private Equity Funds
April 11, 2012 | Boston, MA

Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education 13th Annual Nonprofit Law Conference: Health Care Reform—Two Years In
April 5, 2012

Harvard Business School mock Supreme Court argument: Is the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) constitutional?
March 29, 2012

IPED Conference: Tax Credit Property Dispositions in 2011
November 9, 2011

Investing in Health Care: Current challenges and opportunities
October 19, 2011 | Boston, MA

Affordable Housing Update & Networking Reception
October 5, 2011 | Boston, MA

Top Five Things You Need to Know about Patent Reform
September 19, 2011 | Boston, MA

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Nixon Peabody advises Sensata in $190M acquisition
July 8, 2014

Political asylum/immigration representation project honors Nixon Peabody attorney with annual pro bono award
June 12, 2014

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Chambers Global recognizes Nixon Peabody partners as “leaders in their fields”
March 26, 2014

Nixon Peabody Among Prominent Boston Businesses Leading Charge Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions
March 21, 2014

Nixon Peabody taps Lauri Walker as chief operating officer
March 17, 2014

Nixon Peabody partner Gerry Leone joins Massachusetts White Ribbon Day Campaign honorary committee
March 6, 2014

Navjeet Bal honored by Harvard Law School
March 6, 2014

Nixon Peabody advises Massachusetts in largest pay for success initiative aimed at helping at-risk youth
February 18, 2014

Trial lawyer Scott O'Connell picked to co-lead Nixon Peabody litigators
February 13, 2014

Nixon Peabody's 11 newly elected partners navigate clients through a range of business issues
February 4, 2014

Nixon Peabody advises on rare, cross-border health care "Deal of the Year"
January 29, 2014

Brian Kelly, Assistant U.S. Attorney who prosecuted mobster James “Whitey” Bulger, joins Nixon Peabody
December 9, 2013

Nixon Peabody attorneys recognized as leading litigators
October 22, 2013

Nixon Peabody's Navjeet Bal Named to "Circle of Excellence"
September 26, 2013

Nixon Peabody Partner Gerry Leone Appointed to Court Management Advisory Board
September 17, 2013

Nixon Peabody Makes Client-Centric Pick for New Chief Financial Officer
August 6, 2013

Nixon Peabody Partners with Law Firm Sustainability Network
August 6, 2013

Nixon Peabody Attorney Named to Massachusetts Judicial Nominating Commission
July 22, 2013

Nixon Peabody Expands Nationally Recognized Private Equity Practice
July 16, 2013

Three Nixon Peabody Attorneys Named to the Lawyers of Color Inaugural Hot List
June 19, 2013

As Health Care M&A Surges, Lawrence + Memorial Corporation Completes Acquisition of the Assets of The Westerly Hospital
June 1, 2013

Boston Business Journal Recognizes Nixon Peabody Clients as Real Estate Deals of the Year
May 23, 2013

Nixon Peabody Obtains Dismissal of Videogame Trademark Claims Based on First Amendment Defense
May 15, 2013

Nixon Peabody Attorney and Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown to Speak at the Skybridge Alternatives (SALT) Conference
May 8, 2013

Nixon Peabody Attorneys Honored by Preservation Massachusetts
May 2, 2013

Nixon Peabody's Private Equity Practice Ranks Highly in Annual Dow Jones Private Equity Analyst Survey
April 4, 2013

Middlesex Massachusetts District Attorney Gerry Leone to Join Nixon Peabody LLP
March 19, 2013

Former U.S. Senator Scott Brown Joins Nixon Peabody LLP
March 11, 2013

Nixon Peabody Advises in Debt and Equity Raise for Apollo Food Group
March 5, 2013

Nixon Peabody Elects 13 Attorneys to Partnership
January 14, 2013

Nixon Peabody Secures Unanimous Jury Verdict for Aviation Clients
December 3, 2012

Nixon Peabody Litigation and Trial Capabilities Recognized
October 24, 2012

Nixon Peabody partners with Boston College post-deportation human rights project to win pro bono Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals case
October 23, 2012

Nixon Peabody’s Lawrence B. Cohen Honored by Jewish National Fund
October 18, 2012

Nixon Peabody Makes Honor Roll as One of the "Most Feared Law Firms" for Litigation
September 14, 2012

Nixon Peabody Advises Blu Homes in $60 Million Round of Funding
September 14, 2012

Nixon Peabody Attorneys Earn Top Recognition From Best Lawyers
September 14, 2012

Nixon Peabody Expands China Practice with Addition of Corporate Partner Focused on Cross Border Transactions
September 5, 2012

Nixon Peabody Urges U.S. Supreme Court to Support Advancing Diversity
August 20, 2012

Nixon Peabody Advises on $93M Sale of Prime Massachusetts Office Park Space
August 3, 2012

Nixon Peabody Advises Massachusetts in First-in-the-Nation ‘Pay for Success' Contracts
August 1, 2012

Nixon Peabody Advises Constellation in Crown Imports Acquisition
July 9, 2012

Nixon Peabody Participates in EDF Climate Corps
June 15, 2012

Nixon Peabody Earns "Gold Standard" from Women in the Law Empowerment Forum
June 14, 2012

Nixon Peabody Advises on $11M Precision Manufacturing Solutions Acquisition
June 14, 2012

Massachusetts State Representative James Vallee Joins Nixon Peabody
April 30, 2012

Affordable Housing and Historical Restoration Project Rejuvenates Massachusetts Community
April 23, 2012

Ninth Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Lawsuit Alleging Drug Pricing Inflation
February 17, 2012

Nixon Peabody Attorney Joins Massachusetts Budget and Policy Center Board
January 31, 2012

Nixon Peabody Advises Battery Ventures in Funding of French Marketing Technology Company
January 11, 2012

AIDS Action Committee Honors Nixon Partner with "Commitment to Action" Award
December 12, 2011

Nixon Peabody Grows Leading Private Clients Practice with Arrival of Edwards Wildman Group
November 15, 2011

Nixon Peabody Secures Precedent-Setting Victory for Defrauded Investors in Ponzi Scheme
November 4, 2011

Nixon Peabody Partner Announced a Winner of Annual Rx for Excellence Awards
November 4, 2011

Nixon Peabody Named Top Green I.T. Organization
October 24, 2011

Nixon Peabody Litigation Attorneys Receive High Marks
October 18, 2011

Merck Serono Acquires Multiple Sclerosis Drug
October 13, 2011

Nixon Peabody Litigators Published in Comprehensive Guide to the Appellate Process
October 6, 2011

Nixon Peabody Partner Joins Personalized Medicine Coalition Policymaking Body
September 27, 2011

Massachusetts Department of Revenue Commissioner Joins Nixon Peabody
September 19, 2011

Boston Development Receives $20.5M in First-Ever Choice Neighborhood Grants
September 13, 2011

IP Team Joins Nixon Peabody, Growing Firm's Intellectual Property, Patent Litigation, and Life Sciences Practices
September 12, 2011

Nixon Peabody Advises in $10 Million Compliance Software Investment
August 31, 2011

Nixon Peabody Advises South Coastal Counties Legal Services in its Merger with the New Center for Legal Advocacy
August 4, 2011

New Housing Project Set to Break Ground in Boston; Nixon Peabody Advises Rogerson Communities on 70+ Unit Development
August 1, 2011

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