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
A plaintiff who signed a contract which contains a mandatory arbitration clause may think that a defendant who did not
Litigation is frustrating for a host of reasons, but one of the most frequent complaints of clients is that lawyers
While individuals may represent themselves in court in Massachusetts, corporations and LLC’s are considered business entities and are required by
A plaintiff who is owed money by a defendant often laments that it gets wronged twice – by the failure
Massachusetts employers beware: when you terminate an employee, you must pay the employee in full on the employee’s last day
You have likely heard that some legal claims may be brought in a format called a “class action,” in which
The answer: it depends. Under Massachusetts law, courts retain considerable equitable power to refuse to order a forfeiture of leased
If a Contract Includes an Indemnification Clause, Will a Claim for Breach of that Contract Require the Loser to Pay Attorneys’ Fees?
Indemnification clauses are quite common in commercial contracts. In essence, the clause requires one party to protect the other by