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Miami Cruise Lawyers Expect Busy End to 2017

2017 is coming to a close with just a few weeks left in December. October and November were busy months as both passengers and crew members reached out to our law firm for help after they were hurt on cruise … Continue reading

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Trump’s Busy Year on Energy and the Environment

During his first year in Washington, President Trump made his mark on energy and environmental issues by issuing executive orders (EOs), proclamations, and presidential memoranda.  Seeking to undo regulations enacted during the Obama administration, President Trump withdrew from the Paris … Continue reading

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Busy Work

The New York Appellate Division for the First Judicial Department censured an attorney fpr internal billing irregularities The Attorney Grievance Committee (Committee) seeks an order pursuant to Judiciary Law § 90(2) and the Rules for Attorney Disciplinary Matters [22 NYCRR… … Continue reading

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A Busy Week for Meeting Law Violations

A busy week for violations of the Open Meeting Law: The MetroWest Daily News: AG says Wayland selectmen violated Open Meeting Law again. Melrose Patch: State: Melrose School Committee's Insufficient Agenda Detail Violated Open Meeting Law, Contract Negotations Did Not. … Continue reading

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Hawaii Land Use and Admin Law Roundup – Busy Month at the ICA

Hawaii's Intermediate Court of Appeals handed down a string of decisions (most of the unpublished memorandum opinions or summary dispositions – which have lest precedential impact but still may be cited) relating to land use and administrative law. Most of … Continue reading

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