Whelan Corrente and Flanders has been recognized as a Tier 1 firm in multiple practice areas for the Rhode Island metro region in 2024 by Best Law Firms®.
Acquiring and maintaining real estate can be an expensive and risky venture. Searching to find just the right investment property—whether it be residential or commercial—can make for a stressful process, particularly in the current market.
Starting a new business can be an exciting and challenging experience, not dissimilar to meeting someone new. Whether you’re launching a small side hustle or the next tech unicorn, one of the most important steps you’ll take is establishing your legal structure.
Only a single lawyer in each practice area and community is honored with a “Lawyer of the Year” award. We congratulate Robert Clark Corrente (Litigation – Environmental in Providence), Joseph R. Marion, III (Trusts and Estates in Providence), and Joseph D. Whelan (Labor Law – Management in Providence). All three, along with Robert G. Flanders, Jr., are also recognized for their excellence in a number of practice areas.
Joseph Marion, Partner at Whelan Corrente & Flanders, was interviewed by the Huffington Post for the article “Ultrawealthy Americans Are Scrambling To Get Ahead Of Biden’s Planned Tax Hikes.”
Court Says Employee Cannot Claim Discrimination Not Asserted Before Administrative Agency, But Also Says The Employee Does Not Forego Claims In Court By Seeking Arbitration
In Nuey v. City of Cranston, the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island recently ruled that an employee cannot bring a claim for a particular type of discrimination in court when the employee did not specifically identify that type of discrimination in an administrative complaint before the state agency charged with investigating discrimination.