First Circuit Affirms Dismissal of First Amendment, Equal Protection Claims Against Town

Attorney Jackie Cowin obtained a favorable decision from the First Circuit Court of Appeals, affirming a lower court’s dismissal of claims by a nightclub owner that the Town of Stoughton’s former Police Chief had violated his Equal Protection and First Amendment rights by requesting that the Town’s Board of... read more

Presentation at Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment (NAHRO) on the New Public Records Law by Attorneys Thomas W. McEnaney and Timothy D. Zessin

On Tuesday, November 15th, Attorneys Tom McEnaney and Tim Zessin spoke at the 2016 Fall Conference of the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association of Housing & Redevelopment Officials.  They presented on the subject of the broad changes to the new Public Records Law and the major implications for... read more

Attorney Lauren Goldberg to Present on the New Public Records Law at the Massachusetts Town Clerk’s Association 2016 Fall Conference

Lauren F. Goldberg On Thursday, September 29th, Attorney Lauren Goldberg will speak to the City and Town Clerks about the New Public Records Law about the law’s technical requirements and its implications. Clerks are the default Records Access Officer under the new law, and, unless another RAO is designated by the chief... read more