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Woman Charged with Embezzling More Than $450,000 from Massachusetts Law Firm

Woman Charged with Embezzling More Than $450,000 from Massachusetts Law Firm   A woman from Greenfield has denied charges of fraud filed against her in the Franklin Superior Court earlier this week, according to The Recorder. The woman, identified as Melissa A. Wright, has been accused of embezzling $450,000 from a…>read more

No Comment December 27, 2013

Where Should the Boston Bomber Be Buried?

Where Should the Boston Bomber Be Buried?   Ruslan Tsarni, the uncle of Boston Marathon bombing suspects Tamerlan Tsarnaev and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, began the process of arranging Tamerlan’s funeral this Sunday. Tsarni, who has expressed disappointment in his nephews, was the closest next of kin to Tamerlan,…>read more

3 Comments May 6, 2013

Students in Massachusetts Denied Lunch

Students in Massachusetts Denied Lunch   According to a report from NBC 10 in Massachusetts, students at Coelho Middle School were told to throw away their lunches if they did not have enough money on their pre-paid lunch cards.   One of the students was…>read more

No Comment April 5, 2013

Healthpoint Ltd to Pay $1 Mln to Massachusetts to Settle Marketing of Xenoderm Matter

Healthpoint Ltd to Pay $1 Mln to Massachusetts to Settle Marketing of Xenoderm Matter On Friday, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley said Massachusetts had reached a settlement with Healthpoint and its general partner DFB Pharmaceuticals Inc as part of a broader national settlement of $48 million.   The settlement was to resolve allegations of…>read more

No Comment February 25, 2013

Morgan Stanley Fined by Massachusetts over Facebook IPO

Morgan Stanley Fined by Massachusetts over Facebook IPO On Monday, William F. Galvin, the secretary of the commonwealth of Massachusetts, accused Morgan Stanley of improperly influencing the way stock was offered during the Facebook IPO. Morgan Stanley was fined $5 million for violating securities laws in relation to…>read more

No Comment December 18, 2012

Pledge of Allegiance Case to be Heard by Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court

Pledge of Allegiance Case to be Heard by Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court   A lawsuit was rejected back in the month of June by a Middlesex Superior Court judge that says the words “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance at public schools violates the state equal rights law in Massachusetts. Now,…>read more

No Comment November 1, 2012

NECC Fungal Meningitis Negligence Leads to Reform

NECC Fungal Meningitis Negligence Leads to Reform After the fungal meningitis scare, in which 300 people have been infected, and 17 killed by syringes containing a steroid made by NECC, changes are being made pharmaceutical practices. Massachusetts has begun performing surprise inspections, and has subsequently shut down…>read more

No Comment October 30, 2012

Mitt Romney Discusses Health Insurance on “60 Minutes”

Mitt Romney Discusses Health Insurance on “60 Minutes” On Sunday’s edition of ’60 Minutes,’ Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney talked about health insurance. “Well, we do provide care for people who don’t have insurance. If someone has a heart attack, they don’t sit in their apartment and die.…>read more

No Comment September 24, 2012

Mitt Romney Used Fee Increases to Close Massachusetts Budget Gap

Mitt Romney Used Fee Increases to Close Massachusetts Budget Gap   Mitt Romney has been bragging recently that he closed a budget gap of $3 billion while serving as the governor as Massachusetts without having to raise taxes. Even though he continues to bring up this fact, he does not…>read more

No Comment May 3, 2012

Morning Roundup

Morning Roundup Good morning! Today is Friday, May 14th. Here’s a quick look back at yesterday’s stories. Bryan Cave and Venable Add A Partner Apiece… More And More Firms Consider Alternative Fee Structures… Massachusetts Home To Many Cutting Edge IP Law Firms……>read more

No Comment May 14, 2010

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