Rights of an Owner to Inspect Company Records
In many disputes among owners of a company, the majority owners deprive the minority access to business records. What rights
SJC Rules Attorneys Departing Firm Violated Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Law
The SJC issued its ruling in a closely watched case involving a group of attorneys who copied files from the
SJC to Address Chapter 93A Liability in Employment Case Involving Unfair Business Practices
The SJC will hear oral argument on January 6 in a case that bears watching, as it may clarify, and
Covid-19 Coronavirus: Can You Claim Business Income Loss Under Your Insurance Policy?
Is your business suffering due to the Covid-19 Coronavirus Pandemic? Request your free insurance coverage review for losses due to
David Mack Quoted in “Summary judgment wrongly granted in easement dispute” in Mass. Lawyers’ Weekly
OCM partner David Mack is quoted in the cover story in this week’s issue of Massachusetts Lawyers’ Weekly. The case, Benvenuto,
Recovery of Litigation Fees in Contract Disputes: Will I Get My Money Back if I Win?
Many clients faced with a contract dispute ask the question: “will the other side have to pay my legal fees
Mediation vs. Arbitration: What Are They and How Are They Different?
Mediation and arbitration are two categories of “alternative dispute resolution,” also known as “ADR.” They are part of the ADR
Securities Fraud Plaintiffs Need Not Prove Loss Causation to Obtain Class Certification
The Supreme Court announced its decision in Erica P. John Fund, Inc. v. Halliburton Co. today, resolving a split among
SEC Issues Final Rules for Whistleblower Bounties
This past Wednesday, May 25, 2011, the SEC issued its final rules for the Whistleblower Incentives and Protection provisions of