Category: Blog

PRIVACY IN THE DIGITAL AGE
By: Attorney Kevin J. O’Malley | Partner In a widely publicized case brought by the Department of Justice against Apple, Inc. in the United States District Court for the Central [...]
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MASSACHUSETTS RESIDENTIAL LANDLORD MISTAKES TO AVOID
By: Attorney Ryan Prophett | Associate   Many individuals in Massachusetts view buying rental property as a good investment and an alternative to putting their money in the stock market [...]
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Massachusetts Comprehensive No-Fault Act in a Motor Vehicle Accident
By: Charles D. Mulcahy | Partner On January 1, 1970, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts passed the Comprehensive No-Fault Act dealing with motor vehicle accidents. This act included a subsection described [...]
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ASSET PROTECTION: Homestead v Trust
By: William Rosa | Partner I had previously blogged relative to the Massachusetts Homestead Exemption and the importance of having one in place in order to protect the equity which [...]
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Planning for Incapacity and End-of-Life Care
By: Dianna M. Williams | Associate When a person gets older, or when a person sustains a serious illness or injury, difficult health care decisions may need to be made. [...]
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Your Rights to Cancel a Gym Membership
By: Patricia E. Alexandre | Associate With the New Year fast approaching, people start to join gyms or health clubs as part of their New Year’s resolution to exercise more [...]
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The Basics of Incorporating your Business in Massachusetts
By: Corey Pontes | Associate Incorporating a small business is a great idea for individuals who want to limit their personal liability for debts of a business. In incorporating your [...]
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Important Information you need to know when charged with Operating Under the Influence (OUI) in…
By: Kate A. Messinger | Associate Facing a charge of Operating under the Influence can be frightening and confusing and it is important to understand that you have rights and [...]
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Has your child suffered injuries from lead paint?
Patricia Alexandre, Esq.| Law Clerk Families moving into an older home with children under the age of six should be extremely cautious of lead paint. Hundreds of young children are [...]
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Opened-End Mortgages in Rhode Island
By: Raymond C. Pelote | Partner Open-end mortgages in Rhode Island are a useful security tool for creditors in an effort to secure any and all outstanding obligations a creditor [...]
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