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Understanding the fundamentals of succession planning

When companies in Massachusetts are brainstorming ways to build their brand, extend their influence and move beyond their competitors, the focus often lies in strategies that can optimize resources to achieve ultimate success. However, an often unseen, but critical aspect of preparing for any organization's future is succession planning. Business leaders who prioritize the need to be training and preparing influential leaders within their organization can feel confident that the leadership of their company is in good hands if the current leaders retire or leave the business for some reason. 

Why do insurance companies deny health insurance claims?

It can be incredibly frustrating to get a Massachusetts doctor's bill and see your insurance company denied a service. You may wonder how they can do that if your doctor thought something was needed. It can be upsetting. Plus, it leaves you holding the responsibility to pay the bill. It can almost make you question why you even have insurance. Is it legal for insurance companies to deny your claims?

How is alimony decided in Massachusetts?

One of the most stressful things about divorce is figuring out how to start over. This is particularly true if your soon-to-be ex made significantly more money. Before you panic, you should know you may be eligible for alimony. Here are the rules about alimony in Massachusetts.

Reporting sexual harassment

When Massachusetts residents experience sexual harassment at work, they may sometimes think there is nothing they can do about the situation. However, there are several steps people can take to let their employers know what is going on.

How compensatory and punitive damages differ

The kinds of damages awarded in Massachusetts civil litigation cases take many forms, but perhaps the two most prominent types involve compensatory and punitive damages. These forms of damages generally depend on the nature of the actions of the offending party. A plaintiff who has suffered a particularly malicious injury may be more likely to receive punitive damages than compensatory damages.

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