Mass Most Interested in Claim against Mass lawyer A case involving the recording artist Prince forces Massachusetts Appeals Court to decide if Mass or Minnesota law applies to a legal malpractice claim. Comercia Bank &Trust v Brown & Rosen LLC Mass. App. Ct. (2022) FACTS A sound engineer who worked with the recording artist Prince… Read More »Whose Law Rules Prince Estate Claim?
Homeowners doesn’t cover defense of home condition warranty. Norfolk & Dedham v Norton Ma App Ct (2021) FACTS The homeowners made statements in the seller’s disclosure while they owned the place; then they sold the house. Flooding from severe storms hit a house two years after it had been sold. The buyers sued years later… Read More »Homeowners Ins No Seller Warranty Defense
Vermont Mutual v Poirier SJC (2022) FACTS Sewage got into a homeowner’s basement. Poirier (doing business as Servpro of Fitchburg-Leominster) cleaned it up. Poirier warned the homeowner to stay out of the basement while the disinfectants dried but did not warn her that going in, before the disinfectants dried, could be dangerous to her health.… Read More »93A Attorney’s Fees Not Covered by GL
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