The 42nd Annual Robert Fuchs Labor Law Conference highlights a year of significant legal developments. Do not miss this exclusive opportunity to network with colleagues, program faculty, and the leaders...
The Case Crunch Luncheons will begin for the 2015-2016 association year on Wednesday, September 16th from 12:15-1:15 pm. The issues to be discussed at this meeting will be posted on the MBA Events...
Thomas Doherty Doyle Attorney and Counselor at Law, PC
Law Offices of Alexis B. Kaplan, LLC
Fedele & Murray, P.C.
The divorce bar does not often look to the federal trial court for guidance in family law matters. In fact, outside of discovery and the Rules of Civil Procedure, we rarely look to federal courts at all when constitutional rights are not at issue.
But U.S. District Court Judge William G. Young’s ruling in Irish v. Irish is a noteworthy exception.
Young’s fndings and conclusions establish...
The Massachusetts Appeals Court's recent case, Canisius v. Morgenstern , followed substantial precedent for the proposition that contractual rights that accrue during marriage are divisible marital assets, even when the financial fruits of those rights a) may stretch beyond conclusion of the marriage, and b) may be uncertain, even speculative, as to amount or ultimate duration.
THE FIRST CIRCUIT SCOLDS AETNA
If you are an attorney practicing in the area of ERISA disability litigation, you will want to read the recent decision by the First Circuit in McDonough v. Aetna Life Ins. Co. , 2015 WL 1684079 (April 15, 2015) It is instructive in several respects. First, the case illustrates a common situation that insurers use to deny or terminate benefits. Second,...
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