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Protecting Your Business in 2024: How to Start the Year off Right

Date: March 21 Time: 7:30 am - 10:00 am


Cost: This event is being offered as a free education session.

Location 300 TradeCenter, Suite 7600
Woburn, MA 01801
In this engaging two-hour session, our litigation attorneys will discuss risk management for businesses, provide an understanding of the litigation process, and review best practices for litigation management. Topics include:
  • Best Practices for Implementing Litigation Holds and Managing Electronic Communications During Disputes
  • Regulating Speech in the Workplace And Handling Employee Conflict During a Controversial Primary and General Election
  • 2023 Top Court Decisions Affecting Your Business
  • To Arbitrate or Not to Arbitrate: Considerations in Contracts


Scott H. Harris
Director, McLane Middleton

Scott is a director in the firm’s Litigation Department. He has tried cases in the state and federal courts in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and elsewhere for over fifteen years. His practice involves representing companies and executives in litigation and at trial in a range of commercial disputes including: tax matters, trade secret and restrictive employment covenant litigation, contract claims, shareholder rights, land use and other business disputes. Scott also represents both plaintiffs and professionals in professional malpractice and licensure litigation and has a substantial practice representing both plaintiffs and defendants in significant personal injury matters.

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Adam M. Hamel
Director, McLane Middleton
Adam is a director in McLane Middleton’s Litigation Department and chair of the firm’s Employment Law Practice Group, concentrating his practice in the areas of business, employment and probate litigation. Adam regularly assists clients on a variety of commercial and employment litigation matters, including claims of wrongful termination, discrimination, and violations of restrictive covenants. Adam also has extensive experience
working on will contests, fiduciary litigation and guardianships.
Andrew R. Hamilton
Director, McLane Middleton

Andrew is a Director of the firm’s Litigation Department where he assists clients in a wide variety of civil matters in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts. His primary focus is on complex commercial and land use/real estate litigation, where he has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in multi-million dollar disputes. As part of the firm’s education law group, Andrew assists independent school clients to resolve disputes in an efficient manner, in accordance with each school’s unique mission and character. Andrew is also an experienced appellate advocate, having represented clients in numerous appeals, including presenting oral arguments to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.

Jennifer L. Parent
Director, McLane Middleton

Jennifer is a director of the firm’s Litigation Department and chairs its Business Litigation Practice Group. She has over 25 years of experience litigating and resolving disputes for companies and business owners in a wide range of complex commercial cases and employment matters. She has litigated in state and federal courts in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Jennifer has represented companies in business litigation involving contracts, tortious interference, unfair competition, shareholder, real estate, tax abatement, eminent domain, leases, misrepresentation, and other business disputes. She has represented employers in the areas of employment discrimination, executive termination, retaliation, harassment, wrongful termination, contract, defamation, wages, trade secret, non-competition, and non-solicitation disputes. Jennifer has also represented companies in employment, tax abatement, and eminent domain matters at the administrative or agency level and conducted workplace trainings and discrimination/harassment investigations. She is also a trained mediator with extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution.