Category: Blog

Summary process actions and how bankruptcy affects a party’s right to challenge a foreclosure
Melo v. Villarcon: Summary process actions and how bankruptcy affects a party’s right to challenge a foreclosure On January 9, 2015, Attorney Ryan E. Prophett of Wynn & Wynn successfully [...]
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Massachusetts Probate Law: When a Loved One Passes Away With or Without a Will
Dianna M. Williams, Esq. | Associate Dealing with the death of a loved one is a tremendously hard, emotional experience.  Everything seems to happen very quickly and, in addition to [...]
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Has Consumer Protection Gone too Far?
On August 1, 2015, changes to the lending process will greatly affect the process of owning a home. The rules regarding banks’ lending money to consumers has now changed dramatically [...]
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The potential criminal and civil consequences of Cyberbullying in Massachusetts
Kate A. Desmond | Associate Throughout the country, and in Massachusetts, students in schools have always felt the effects of bullying. Unfortunately, today, the internet and social media have spawned [...]
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Attorney Changes Lives by Teaching Sports in Uganda
By: Kevin O’Malley | Partner This past January I traveled to Uganda, Africa for two weeks with my lifelong friend Matt Breslin and his daughter Allie. We volunteered through Clemency [...]
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Cars Not Properly Cleaned Off After Snow Storms
Winter has officially arrived here in Massachusetts and with all New England winters come perilous road conditions. Most drivers in Massachusetts have had the unfortunate experience of driving behind a [...]
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Injuries from Defective Toys in Massachusetts
The holiday season is a time for family gatherings and friendly merriment but it can also expose children to the dangers and the potential of injuries from unsafe or defective [...]
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New Developments in Employment Law
By: Janice E. Robbins | Partner Act Relative to Domestic Violence Chapter 260 of the Acts and Resolves of 2014, an Act Relative to Domestic Violence, was recently enacted in [...]
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“Strip-Offs” In Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Cases
By: Raymond C. Pelote ∣Partner I recently argued a Motion for Summary Judgment in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case in Massachusetts on an issue of first impression within the First [...]
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Car Accidents: How to Protect Teenagers
According to the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles, motor vehicle accidents are the leading cause of teenage injuries and deaths in the United States. Sadly, thirty-nine traffic fatalities in the [...]
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