Boston Executive Helicopters, LLC v. Town of Norwood, et al. The plaintiff, a private air carrier at Norwood Memorial Airport, sued the Norwood Airport Commission (NAC) and the Airport Manager alleging breach of contract, violation of procedural and substantive due process, threats, intimidation and coercion pursuant to the Massachusetts Civil Right Act (MCRA), and state […]
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Islamic Society of Greater Worcester v. Town of Dudley Attorney John J. Davis recently defended the Town of Dudley, MA, and several Town officials in an action filed in Massachusetts Land Court by the Islamic Society of Greater Worcester (“ISGW”). In a case that garnered national attention, the ISGW claimed that Town officials had unlawfully thwarted […]
Pierce Davis & Perritano LLP is proud to support Lawyers Clearinghouse, a nonprofit that connects pro bono lawyers with nonprofits and people in need. At the 29th Annual Meeting on June 1, 2017, John Keith, CEO of Keith Construction, Inc. and Keith Properties, and Shelly Hoon Keith, CEO of Hoon Construction Services Inc., will receive […]
On April 27, 2017, a Barnstable County jury of 14 returned a verdict in favor of the Town of Falmouth in a private nuisance case over the Town’s wind turbine. Attorneys John J. Davis and Seth B. Barnett of Pierce Davis & Perritano LLP defended the Town in cooperation with Falmouth Town Counsel, Frank Duffy. The case […]
Trending Topic: Duty to “Take Home” Exposure Plaintiffs A number of courts have recently addressed the issue of whether a duty is owed to a plaintiff secondarily exposed to a toxic substance from the clothes or belongings of an individual who worked directly with that substance. Some of the cases addressed an employer/premises owner’s duty, […]
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Spring 2017 Newsletter
The Massachusetts’s Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division Board of Directors volunteered at the Greater Boston Food Bank on March 29, 2017. PDP attorney Katherine L. Connolly was on hand to help sort over 12,000 pounds of food for families in need in the Greater Boston area.