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 July 8, 2020    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 reasons. The first i …

 June 18, 2020    Business & Corporate, Jeffrey N. Fink  

We have recently seen an increase in partner disputes and shareholder disputes in the age of COVID-19. The disruptions of 2020 are taking a toll on closely-held businesses. Why now? A few sets of stressors seem to be uncovering or exacerbating conflicts. Remot …

 May 27, 2020    Andrew L. Hyams  

Andrew Hyams won a reversal of a summary suspension at the Board of Registration in Medicine in 28 days, utilizing a legal procedure not included in the Board’s summary suspension regulation. In the past, it has taken doctors months and years to reverse summar …

Written by Robert Finkel, Jeff Fink and Milton Kerstein While COVID-19 continues to spread, the Federal Government has taken a number of steps and adopted many new programs to help businesses meet their needs in the face of today’s economic challenges. Paychec …

 August 28, 2019    Andra J. Hutchins, Education Law  

Many parents are shocked to find out that the private high school they are paying a sizeable amount of tuition for has much more discretion in terms of disciplining their child than a public school. Most public high school handbooks are similar and include sta …

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 …

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 a …

What obligation does an institution of higher learning have to its students? That is the key question facing a federal judge in Boston after a hearing in April regarding the abrupt closure and sale of Mount Ida College in 2018. KCL represents the former Mount …

 March 1, 2019    Criminal Law, William J. Morrissey  

Whether you are out with friends celebrating a promotion, catching up with old acquaintances or getting dinner with your significant other, being responsible with alcohol consumption is paramount. Unfortunately, that is sometimes easier said than done and mist …

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 in …

The latest issue of KCL Insights includes recent news and blog posts: Parent’s Death Sparks Siblings’ Disputes Over Inheritance KCL Resolves Complicated Personal Injury Case Download the PDF version: KCL Insights August 9, 2018  

 July 20, 2018    E. Steven Coren, Probate Law  

The death of a parent  is an emotional time for any family. When sibling rivalry and infighting over the allocation of the parents’ estates surfaces, it can have devastating long-term affects on all parties. If disputes over inheritance cannot be resolved with …

 June 28, 2018    Andra J. Hutchins, Michael Tauer  

The latest issue of KCL Insights includes recent news and blog posts: Does Your Company Need an Employee Handbook? Andra Hutchins Volunteers with BBA Law Day in Boston Schools  

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, which is ava …

In a letter to the editor of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, E. Steven Coren said, “I read with amazement the decision in Frasca v. Frasca, 93 Mass. App. Ct. 1101 (2018), that a Probate & Family court judge assigned a percentage of a future inheritance of a …

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