Victory for Town of Braintree in Department of Labor Relations Case

Attorney Brian Maser successfully defended the Town of Braintree in an important case before the Department of Labor Relations relating to a charge of prohibited practice. The Town’s patrol officers’ union filed a charge concerning the Police Chief’s decision to reduce minimum staffing levels on weekend day shifts starting... read more

Presentation: “Personnel Policies – a Model for Consideration,” by Attorney Michele Randazzo

On November 13, 2017, Attorney Michele Randazzo will present a program at the MassNAHRO Fall Conference entitled “Personnel Policies – A Model for Consideration.” On November 14, 2017, Attorneys Michele Randazzo and Janelle Austin will present a Legal Update program at the MassNAAHRO Fall Conference. For information about the... read more

Article: “Appeals Court Affirms Dennis Conservation Commission’s Denial of Order of Conditions,” by Attorney A. Alexander Weisheit, Esq. in the Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commission’s Conservation Quarterly

A. Alexander Weisheit Attorney Alexander Weisheit has written a new article appearing in the Spring Edition of the MACC Conservation Quarterly. In this article, Attorney Weisheit discusses the affirmation by the Massachusetts Appeals Court of a ruling in favor of the Dennis Conservation Commission’s denial of an Order of Conditions made under... read more