Stetson Quoted About 93A Violation
In Amaria, Inc., et al. v. Austin, et al., a Massachusetts Superior Court judge doubled the award on a motion for reconsideration after finding that a commercial property owner knowingly and willfully breached a lease provision that gave its tenant the option to buy the property. In an article about the case in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Bernkopf partner Bob Stetson explains, even in a seemingly straightforward breach of contract case, certain forms of leverage, such as commercial extortion, can violate Chapter 93A.
Read the full article on the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly website.
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