KP Law Attorneys Barbara Carboni and Jonathan D. Witten Participate on Panel of “Keeping Planning Responsive to COVID-19” Webinar

KP Law Attorneys Barbara Carboni and Jonathan D. Witten were panelists in a webinar held on March 27, 2020 by the Massachusetts chapter of the American Planning Association and the Massachusetts Association of Planning Directors. Attended by over 250 participants and entitled “Keeping Planning Responsive to COVID-19,” the webinar... read more

Attorney Deborah Ecker Successfully Defends City of Amesbury in 2019 Fire Department Arbitration

Deborah I. Ecker Attorney Deborah Ecker successfully defended the City of Amesbury at arbitration relating to the Fire Department’s decision to assign firefighters rather than permanent lieutenants to the 55 position, which included their sitting in the right front seat of the ladder truck.  After hearing, Arbitrator Timothy Hatfield found that the... read more

Attorneys Lauren F. Goldberg and Brian W. Riley are scheduled to present a workshop titled “Alcohol and Entertainment: Keys to Local Control Via Licensing” at the upcoming MMA Annual Meeting & Trade Show

Attorneys Lauren F. Goldberg and Brian W. Riley, along with Ralph Sacramone, Executive Director of the Alcohol Beverage and Control Commission, are scheduled to present at a seminar titled “Alcohol and Entertainment: Keys to local Control Via Licensing”.  The seminar will take place on Friday January 24th, from 3:45pm... read more

MMA Meeting & Trade Show 2020 Learning Lab Scheduled – Attorney Matthew G. Feher Will Present “Become a Better Borrower: Municipal Bond Basics”

Attorney Matthew G. Feher, and KP Law, P.C. have been selected to present a Learning Lab at the upcoming 2020 Mass Municipal Association Meeting & Trade Show, titled “Become a Better Borrower: Municipal Bond Basics”.  This Learning Lab will be presented Saturday, January 25 from 1:10pm – 1:40pm, and... read more

Attorney Michele E. Randazzo scheduled to participate on panel of upcoming Social Law CLE event, “Administrative Agency Action and Judicial Review: Nuts and Bolts, Practice Pointers and Recent Developments – 2019” on December 4th, 2019

Michele E. Randazzo Attorney Michele Randazzo will be participating on the expert panel of an upcoming Social Law Library program titled “Administrative Agency Action and Judicial Review: Nuts and Bolts, Practice Pointers and Recent Developments – 2019”. This event will provide a review of topics relating to administrative law. This educational program... read more

Attorney Katherine D. Laughman scheduled to participate on upcoming Social Law Library panel titled “Seeing green: Massachusetts’ Experience With Regulated Marijuana, Two years In”

Attorney Katherine Laughman will be participating on the panel of an upcoming Social Law Library program titled “Seeing Green: Massachusetts’ Experience With Regulated Marijuana, Two years In”. This program will provide practitioners with an overview and discussion on current topics in the Cannabis law space, as well as practical... read more

Attorney Katherine D. Laughman will Chair MCLE seminar regarding “What Municipal Counsel Needs to Know When Cannabis Comes to Town” on October 17th

Attorney Katherine Laughman has been invited to Chair the upcoming MCLE seminar titled “’1st Look’ at What Municipal Counsel Needs to Know When Cannabis Comes to Town – Learn how to navigate and advise your town on the burgeoning new, multifaceted cannabis industry”. The seminar is scheduled to take... read more

Attorney Janelle Austin will present at the upcoming MCLE seminar regarding “Public Records and Open Meeting Law” on October 3, 2019

Attorney Janelle M. Austin, of KP Law, P.C., Boston, will serve as a faculty member at the upcoming MCLE seminar “Public Records and Open Meeting Law – What you need to know about the public’s right to know.” The MCLE faculty panel, including Attorney Austin, will review the Public... read more

Attorney Brian Maser successfully defended the Reading Municipal Light Department

Attorney Brian Maser successfully defended the Reading Municipal Light Department in an important case at arbitration relating to the Department’s decision to bypass a first class lineworker for promotion to the position of Leader Lineworker in favor of a first class lineworker with less seniority.  After a two day... read more