Publication: “Procurement Opportunities in the Gaming Sector,” by Attorney Jonathan Silverstein

Jonathan M. Silverstein Attorney Jonathan Silverstein, who leads the firm’s Gaming Law Practice, recently published an article in the Boston Bar Journal, regarding the procurement and vendor opportunities presented by the expansion of commercial gaming in the Commonwealth, as well as the process by which vendors may become licensed by the Massachusetts... read more

May 18-21, 2015: Annual Conference of the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities (MassNAHRO)

Kopelman and Paige provides a full range of legal services to housing and redevelopment across the Commonwealth.  Attorney Thomas McEnaney, who heads the firm’s housing authority practice, will present a seminar on the Open Meeting Law at this year’s MassNAHRO conference, to be held at the Resort and Conference... read more

Victory for the Town of Ayer: No Unfair Practice to Terminate Employee where Town Meeting has Eliminated all Funding for the Position

David C. Jenkins Attorney David Jenkins won a recent decision in favor of the Town of Ayer from the American Arbitration Association, which ruled that there was no violation of the collective bargaining agreement when a union member was terminated after town meeting eliminated all funding for the department in which the... read more

Attorney Jonathan Silverstein Providing Training to Attorneys at Boston Bar Association Program, “Hot Topics in Zoning Law

Jonathan M. Silverstein On May 6, 2015, Attorney Jonathan Silverstein will be a panelist at the Boston Bar Association’s Continuing Legal Education program designed for attorneys, entitled, “Hot Topics in Zoning Law.” Attorney Silverstein will speak on the topic of the special treatment under the Zoning Act, G. L. c. 40A, §6... read more