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What Happens When Your Land Becomes the Sea?

The Blizzard of 2013 reportedly topped the charts as one of the five worst snowstorms in New England history.  While Mother Nature dumped over two feet of white powder throughout the region, she also reclaimed

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The Legacy of a Unique Legal Theory

Englander & Chicoine P.C. represented aquaculture farmers who had been sued for trespass almost twenty years ago.  Englander & Chicoine’s research uncovered that the Plaintiff did not own the tidal flats.  The shell fishermen bought

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Marchese v. Boston Redevelopment Authority

Englander & Chicoine represented the Boston Redevelopment Authority, now known as the Boston Planning and Development Agency (“BPDA”), in a case recently decided by the Suffolk Superior Court, involving the right to operate concessions on

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Sanjoy Mahajan v. MA DEP and the BRA

In a March 15, 2013 ruling, the Supreme Judicial Court held that Long Wharf in Boston may be developed in accordance with the Boston Redevelopment Authority’s urban renewal plan, and is not a park subject

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Supreme Court Rules in Favor of EL&C Client

The Supreme Judicial Court issued an important urban renewal decision on March 15, 2013, ruling in favor of our client, the Boston Redevelopment Authority.  The SJC held that Long Wharf in Boston may be developed

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BRA CASE Recognized by Lawyer’s Weekly

Lawyer’s Weekly named Pollard, et al v. Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA) “one of the most important opinions of 2012”. EL&C partner Denise Chicoine argued on behalf of the BRA in the case, which is one of

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