Victory for Amesbury in Civil Rights Case

Attorneys Kay Doyle and Jay Tehan obtained a significant victory for the Town of Amesbury by securing a defense verdict in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts in a challenging civil rights case. The plaintiff alleged that the Town of Amesbury had violated his right... read more

Presentation: “Constitutional Considerations when Dealing with Disruptive Patrons”

Katharine I. Doyle On April Attorney Kay Doyle gave a presentation to the Massachusetts Library Association on “Constitutional Considerations when Dealing with Disruptive Patrons” in which she discussed common situations faced by library staff and patrons and provided a response framework that preserves the rights of library patrons under the U.S. Constitution... read more

Victory for Woburn in Negligence Lawsuit

Attorneys Jeffrey Blake and Megan Bayer recently obtained a favorable decision in their defense of the City of Woburn in the case of Michael P. O’Meara, Trustee of the Michael P. O’Meara Revocable Trust v. City of Woburn, Middlesex Superior Court C.A. No. 06-0451. This matter was an action... read more