Attorney Pastori Interviewed for NH Business Review article on Navigating Workplace Rights and Obligations As Businesses Reopen

Attorney Terri Pastori was recently interviewed about navigating the rights and obligations of New Hampshire employers and workers as New Hampshire businesses begin to reopen in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The interview was featured in the NH Business Review in an article written by Kelly Burch of The Granite State News Collaborative, which… Read More »

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Families First Coronavirus Response Act Information

Our employment law attorneys have put together some important information in regards to the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). They touch on who falls under this act, the Emergency Paid Sick Leave Act (EPSLA), and the Emergency Family & Medical Leave Expansion Act (EFMLEA). Click here to read the client alert. Should you have… Read More »

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NH Stay-At-Home Order and What it Means to You?

To our clients, friends, and business colleagues: As you have likely heard, Governor Sununu issued a Stay-at-Home Order, a copy of which you can find here, which becomes effective at 11:59 pm tonight.  The Order requires all NH residents to stay at home except for certain designated activities and non-essential businesses to close until May… Read More »

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Pastori | Krans Welcomes Newest Associate

Pastori | Krans is proud to welcome Ashley D. Taylor as their newest associate to join the firm. Ashley D. Taylor was admitted to the New Hampshire bar in 2017. She focuses her practice on litigation matters, including family and employment law. Prior to joining Pastori | Krans, Ashley was in-house counsel for a Fortune 500… Read More »

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Changes to FLSA in New Year

With a new year, comes new rules. The United States Department of Labor (“DOL”) has made significant changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”). The attached news bulletin written by  Pastori | Krans’ associate attorney, Ashley D. Taylor explains the changes. New Year New Rules January 2020 FLSA bulletin

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