The concept of a contract under seal dates back to English medieval times, when most adults were illiterate and could
Q: I am a consumer looking to bring a claim for unfair and deceptive practices against a company, but I signed a release saying I wouldn’t bring such a claim. Am I out of luck?
A: You are not out of luck. If you are an individual consumer who has been wronged by a company
Massachusetts regulates the practice of “residential contracting” under the Home Improvement Contractor Act, G.L. c. 142A. There are licensing and
Massachusetts courts have routinely held over the last 20 years that a fully executed and accepted offer to purchase (OTP)
By statute, the clerk in any case is required to add interest to any judgment or verdict issued by a
A common experience for policyholders seeking coverage for their losses, whether you’re a homeowner who has suffered a fire loss
Q: I’m a college student, and I believe my university has engaged in unfair and deceptive conduct in its
During the course of a construction project, you learn that a subcontractor has filed a mechanic’s lien on your property.
In Massachusetts, the longstanding rule (known as the “Massachusetts Rule”) is that “an individual whose property is damaged by a