I am a Minority Shareholder in a Small Company, and I Believe One of the Other Shareholders is Harming the Interests of the Company. Can I Sue the other Shareholder?
The likelihood of you succeeding in a particular lawsuit depends on the facts of your case. However, it is important
If Someone has Interfered with your Inheritance, How Much Time do you have to Bring the Claim?
Oftentimes family members quarrel when a relative dies and excludes someone from a will or a trust. By statute, Massachusetts
Can I Be Sued Because I Sued Them?
A common reaction for someone who feels he or she has been sued wrongfully is to want to countersue to
I Just Received a Subpoena for a Case I’m not a Party to. What do I do now?
Receiving a subpoena for a lawsuit that you are not involved with might seem unpleasant or even burdensome. There are
I have a Signed Purchase and Sale Agreement for my Dream House and the Seller is Refusing to Close – What are my Rights?
You found your dream home, the seller accepted your offer and both parties executed a Purchase and Sale Agreement (“P&S”)
When do Parties to Litigation have an Enforceable Settlement Agreement?
Nearly all disputes settle prior to a judge or jury deciding the case. In a perfect world, the parties reach
Q: I want to bring a claim against someone for engaging in unfair and deceptive trade practices under Chapter 93A. Do I need to send a demand letter first, and, if so, what should it say?
A: If you are an individual consumer who wants to bring a Chapter 93A claim (known as a § 9
What is Adverse Possession and How Could it Impact your Property?
Adverse possession is a principle of law that allows for a party to claim title to land that is owned
Condo Insurance 101
Condominium insurance is a widespread source of confusion and dispute. If you are a condominium owner, it is important to