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SJC-11134

EL&C partner Denise Chicoine argued before the Supreme Judicial Court on behalf of the BRA in a case involving urban renewal and Article 97 at Long Wharf. Watch oral argument and get details Related ArticlesSanjoy

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Fenway Center Air Rights Development

The Massachusetts Court of Appeals has approved a $450 million mixed-use transit-oriented development at Fenway Center, in part citing an amicus brief EL&C submitted on behalf of the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA). The court of

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Ed Englander Quoted in Beach Rights Article

Ed Englander was quoted as a beach rights expert in a front page story in the Boston Globe about a land dispute in Falmouth, MA. Read the article “Falmouth wall divides land, sea, neighbors”

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Beach Rights Upheld

The Massachusetts Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of a group of our clients regarding beach rights in West Yarmouth, Massachusetts. The appellate ruling in Leahy v. Graveline upholds the victory our firm secured for our

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Galvin et al. v. Boston Redevelopment Authority et al.

The Superior Court analyzed the Boston Redevelopment Authority’s (BRA’s) role in connection with the review and adoption of a special zoning amendment known as an Institutional Master Plan.  The BRA performed a multi-year comprehensive review

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Alford et al. v. Boston Zoning Commission et al.

The Massachusetts Court of Appeals affirmed a summary judgment ruling in favor of our client, the Boston Redevelopment Authority (BRA). The decision analyzes the BRA’s role in connection with a special zoning amendment known as

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Rosenfield v. Joshi

A creditor attempted to partition a property in satisfaction of an alleged 1975 sheriff’s sale of the wife’s interest.  However, under the pre–1980 common law tenancy by the entirety, a wife could not convey a

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Patriarca v. Center for Living & Working, Inc.

An important interpretation of Rule 4.2 of the Massachusetts Rules of Professional Conduct, which governs communications with persons represented by counsel, as applied to the employees of an adverse corporate party.  Upon grant of application

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