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Jonathan Tamkin details how to avoid fraud when buying a business. With many years as an in house counsel and as a business attorney, Jonathan has the experience in helping business owners avoid pitfalls.
Tamkin & Hochberg, LLP is pleased to announce that its founding partners, Jonathan D. Tamkin and Andrew S. Hochberg were once again named to the 2020 edition of Massachusetts Super Lawyers® in their respective practice areas, Jonathan in business and corporate law and Andy in tax law. They were joined by Tamkin Hochberg Senior Associate Peter S. Farrell in the area of special education law.
Governor Charlie Baker has signed into law the Remote Notarization Act to provide tools to facilitate the execution of wills and trusts and real estate transaction documents during COVID-19 state of emergency declaration.