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16Aug, 17

On August 15, 2017, the New Hampshire Supreme Court in the case of Dow and Dow held that, for calculating an alimony award, income may be imputed to both the paying spouse and the recipient spouse.  In Dow, the parties’ divorce decree did not award either party alimony, although the Court found the wife had a need for alimony.  After the divorce, the husband ... more

7Aug, 17

The Americans with Disabilities Act and state discrimination laws requires that employers provide reasonable accommodations to disabled employees so that they can do the essential functions of their job.  A recent decision from an Ohio federal court points out that telecommuting for disabled employees may not be the answer. In the case of Brian Preston v. Great Lakes Specialty ... more