Attorney Janelle M. Austin, a Shareholder of the Firm, will serve as a MCLE faculty member for a panel discussing “Public Records & Open Meeting Law: What you need to know about the public’s right to know” at an upcoming MCLE webinar scheduled for October 18th. Program and registration... read more
Attorney Nicole J. Costanzo, a Member of the Firm, will join a virtual panel discussing “Cannabis Compliance: Reviewing the Draft Regulations on Host Community Agreements” at the upcoming Massachusetts Municipal Association webinar on August 7, 2023 at 12:00 pm. Program and registration information can be found here.
Attorney Carolyn M. Murray, Shareholder and Member of the Management Committee, will join a panel of attorneys speaking on Local Regulations of Large Scale Solar and Battery Storage Facilities at the MMLA’s August Half Day program featuring “Municipal Governments’ Response to Global Warming/Climate Change”. The program will be held... read more
The Town of Stow, represented by KP Law attorney Richard Holland, sued its project engineer for alleged errors in the design of roadway improvements to Route 117 (Town of Stow v. Howard/Stein-Hudson Associates, Middlesex Superior Court). The Town alleged, among other things, that the engineer’s grading and drainage designs... read more
Long time KP Law Attorney John W. Giorgio will receive the Massachusetts Municipal Lawyers Association’s prestigious President’s Award this year for his exemplary career as sage legal counsel, mentor and colleague. For us particularly, he is also a cherished friend. We are excited and honored that John will receive... read more
On a project involving the construction of a new public library in Medford, a general contractor asserted claims against the City for payment of “extended general conditions costs” incurred due to delays in the project arising from the COVID-19 orders of the Governor pausing all non-critical public construction projects,... read more
Attorney Nicole J. Costanzo joins a virtual panel for Massachusetts Municipal Association Members to discuss “The Future of Cannabis & Municipalities: Regulatory Policy and Developments impacting Cities and Towns” on Thursday, April 6th from 1:00 to 2:30. Program and registration information can be found here