A Long Island genetics laboratory is marching ahead with its three-year effort to bring patent malpractice claims against Boston's Ropes & Gray and former partner Matthew Vincent, this time in Massac
A federal appeals court has ruled that plaintiffs injured in a 1997 Hamas terrorist attack in Jerusalem can't attach Iranian antiquities at Boston-area museums to fulfill a judgment award against the
...company." Muldoon, a litigation partner at Boston's Sherin and Lodgen, later said that "lawyers advise and clients decide," when...
A Boston federal judge has denied motions by Ropes & Gray and former partner Matthew Vincent to dismiss a malpractice case based on claims that they mishandled patent applications at the U.S. Patent
In a closely watched case concerning faulty foreclosure paperwork, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has issued a ruling in favor of homeowners. The court upheld a state land court's ruling in
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit has vacated a lower court's order that the Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts Inc. pay a litigation opponent $904,076.17 in attorney fees and
The Boston Bar Association and the Massachusetts Bar Association filed amicus briefs with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit challenging different aspects of a Boston federal court ruling
With the economy tanking, experts say the stage is set for a surge in legal malpractice lawsuits, as clients look to recoup their losses from third parties. Insurance carriers and attorneys haven't s
Anne Marie Cook joins the business and technology group of Choate, Hall & Stewart as partner. Plus more law firm movers in this week's column
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