Attorneys Alex Weisheit and Devan Braun Successfully Defend Conservation Commission Cases

Town of Norton Conservation Commission v. Pesa  Attorneys Alex Weisheit and Devan Braun recently earned a key victory before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in Town of Norton Conservation Commission v. Pesa, Slip Op. SJC 13058 (Aug. 31, 2021). The SJC’s decision includes an important interpretation of a provision of the Wetlands Protection Act... read more

Attorney Michele E. Randazzo joins a panel to present a virtual program entitled “Administrative Agency Action and Judicial Review:  Nuts and Bolts, Practice Pointers and Recent Developments,”

Michele E. Randazzo Attorney Michele E. Randazzo joins a panel of judges and experienced practitioners to present a virtual continuing legal education program entitled “Administrative Agency Action and Judicial Review:  Nuts and Bolts, Practice Pointers and Recent Developments,” sponsored by the Social Law Library.  This program will be held Monday, December 7,... read more

Attorney Matthew G. Feher elected Vice-President of the MMLA

Attorney Matthew G. Feher was nominated and unanimously elected Vice-President of the Massachusetts Municipal Lawyers Association (MMLA) at the MMLA’s 2020 Annual Business Meeting that took place on June 11, 2020. Attorney Feher has served on the MMLA Executive Board for approximately 10 years and has chaired the MMLA... read more

Attorney Michele E. Randazzo will participate in a webinar, “Why Town Meeting Matters Now” sponsored by the Cape Women’s Coalition in collaboration with CCYP, on Wednesday, May 20, 2020.

Michele E. Randazzo Attorney Randazzo will be joined by Yarmouth Town Moderator Dan Horgan for a discussion of the Town Meeting process and its role in the operation of local town government.  To register for the program, which runs 11:30 am to 1:00 pm on May 20, 2020, visit the Cape Women’s... read more

Attorney Michele E. Randazzo will present a webinar for MassNAHRO members on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, on Thursday April 23, 2020.

Michele E. Randazzo The passage of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act last month has created new, temporary, paid leave provisions for public sector employees in response to the COVID-19 virus outbreak.  These new paid leave provisions are currently in effect, and run through December 31, 2020.  Attorney Michele E. Randazzo from... read more