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Latest News in Massachusetts

  • January 18, 2019

    Nissan Must Face Suit Over Faulty Altima Transmissions

    A Massachusetts federal judge Friday rejected Nissan’s attempt to dismiss a class action alleging certain Altima models were sold with dangerously defective transmissions, finding the suit asserted plenty of specifics despite the carmaker’s insistence the claims are too vague.

  • January 18, 2019

    Mass. State Senator Files 2nd Attempt At Patent Troll Bill

    A Massachusetts state senator is taking another swing at implementing measures to protect companies from patent trolls, telling Law360 on Friday his newly filed bill has a better chance to pass after the governor vetoed a similar measure last summer.

  • January 18, 2019

    1st Circ. Sides With NPR In Push For Juror Addresses

    A First Circuit panel ruled Friday that the media should be allowed access to juror names and addresses after a trial concludes, siding with a National Public Radio station in Boston that was denied that information after the conviction of New England Compounding Center pharmacist Glenn Chin.

  • January 18, 2019

    How States Are Preparing For The Next Recession

    It’s been nine and a half years since the last U.S. recession, and the economy still appears to be going strong. But there are signs trouble may not be far off. The good news for states is that most seem reasonably well prepared for it, says Korey Clark of State Net Capitol Journal.

  • January 18, 2019

    Sen. Warren Seeks Info On Mnuchin's Calls To Bank CEOs

    U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren pressed Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and the CEOs of the country's six largest banks Friday to provide more details about phone conversations last month in which Mnuchin called and asked if the banks had enough liquidity to weather a sustained stock market downturn.

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  • AGENCIES
  • Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office
  • Massachusetts Business Development Corporation
  • Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection
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  • Class actions
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  • Labor and employment issues
  • Intellectual property cases
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  • Securities disputes
  • Bankruptcy proceedings
  • TRANSACTIONS
  • Mergers, acquisitions, and joint ventures involving companies headquartered in Massachusetts
  • Real estate deals
  • PROFILES
  • Nominations, appointments, and elections of judges and agency officials in Massachusetts
  • Personnel moves
  • Profiles of Massachusetts judges, litigators, and firms

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