Student Rights in the COVID Era: Special Education and College Safety Contracts

Andra J. Hutchins Andra J. Hutchins, Education Law, Higher Education Matters, School Discipline and Student Rights

COVID-19 has upended life as we know it, but this fall, the focus of many will be on the education system – both public and private, secondary and higher education. Now that schools and colleges have reopened, and after a … Read more »

Hidden Treasures: Your Massachusetts Automobile Insurance Policy

E. Steven Coren E. Steven Coren, Personal Injury

If you watch television, you have probably seen those advertisements by automobile insurance companies promising that “you pay for only what you need” and similar claims. Did you ever think about why they advertise like this? It is for two … Read more »

KCL Wins Jury Verdict in Difficult Invasion of Privacy/Emotional Distress Case

E. Steven Coren E. Steven Coren, Family Law, Litigation, Personal Injury, Uncategorized

Attorney E. Steven Coren represented a client in a case involving invasion of privacy and emotional distress claims against the client’s ex-husband and his sister-in-law for unlawfully accessing and disseminating her highly confidential psychiatric records.

By way of background, the … Read more »

Buying Real Estate? Consider Owner’s Title Insurance

Robert A. Finkel Buying/Selling Your Home, Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate Law, Robert A. Finkel

Owner’s title insurance is an optional, one-time charge that insures title to real estate for as long as the insured owns the property, subject to policy provisions. Clients often ask whether they need this coverage, whether lender’s title insurance suffices … Read more »