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 »

Applying for a Massachusetts Medical License? Prepare for New Application Questions

Andrew L. Hyams Andrew L. Hyams, Professional Licensure and Discipline

The Board of Registration in Medicine has released its December 2018 license application revision. While the application is better-organized with clearer instructions, there are significant substantive changes with a common theme:  the Board wants more information about you. Here … Read more »

Does Your Company Need an Employee Handbook?

KCL Business & Corporate, Dispute Resolution, Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, Employment Law, Employment Law Litigation, Litigation, Michael Tauer, Startup and Emerging Business, Workplace Discrimination

Despite the critical role that the human resources function plays in companies of all sizes, HR personnel and departments are all too often overlooked when a company is uating its priorities and resource allocation. One frequently overlooked tool, toolkitwhich is … Read more »