10.15.2021 | Podcasts

The Pandemic Comes to Court

Legal Judg(e)ments Podcast, Season 1, Episode 1 Bob is joined by Andrea Martin to discuss her groundbreaking case of UMNV 205 – 207 Newbury LLC v. Caffe Nero Americas, Inc. They also discuss how swimming led to this momentous application of the doctrine of frustration of purpose in the middle of a pandemic. Read More

03.16.2020 | Client Alerts | Covid-19

Massachusetts Evictions On Hold Due to Coronavirus Concerns

Effective immediately, and in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the Massachusetts Housing Court has postponed all non-emergency court events, including but not limited to, summary process cases, small claims matters, civil matters, ticket appeals, supplementary process proceedings, probable cause hearings, and criminal matters, to a date… Read More

04.27.2017 | Publications

General Counsel and the Headquarters Lease

Eric Allon, Bernkopf Goodman LLP A general counsel is often asked to spearhead a company’s efforts in connection with a headquarters lease. There are numerous traps for the unwary in this endeavor. To avoid them, here are some issue to watch: Planning the timing for the move; forming… Read More