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May an Insurance Company Refuse to Provide Coverage if it Gets Late Notice of a Claim but is not Harmed by the Late Notice?
All insurance policies require a policyholder to provide notice to the insurer, and the policyholder should always provide prompt notice in writing to the address
Can An Arbitration Provision in a Contract Be Enforced by a Non-Signatory?
A plaintiff who signed a contract which contains a mandatory arbitration clause may think that a defendant who did not sign the contract cannot enforce
Can you Bring a Claim Against Someone who Lies During Litigation?
Litigation is frustrating for a host of reasons, but one of the most frequent complaints of clients is that lawyers and witnesses misrepresent the facts
Who Can Represent a Corporation or LLC in Court in Massachusetts?
While individuals may represent themselves in court in Massachusetts, corporations and LLC’s are considered business entities and are required by well-established case law to have
Is State Court A Better Investment than Federal Court?
A plaintiff who is owed money by a defendant often laments that it gets wronged twice – by the failure to pay in the first
Employers Beware – Last Day Must be Pay Day for Terminated Employee
Massachusetts employers beware: when you terminate an employee, you must pay the employee in full on the employee’s last day of work for all accrued