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UPDATE: Airbnb Hosts Beware: Boston Proposes Regulations on Short Term Rentals

Airbnb Hosts Beware, as the Massachusetts Legislature is now considering a bill to tax Airbnb and the short term rental industry. Recently, the Massachusetts House of Representatives passed a bill (H 4327) that places a tax on short-term rental units as well as establishes a state registry of short-term rentals. The short-term rental tax established by […]...

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We’ve Moved: Strang Scott’s Boston Office Relocates to 6 Beacon Street

As of March 30, 2018, the Boston office of Strang, Scott, Giroux & Young, LLP has moved to 6 Beacon Street.  The firm’s relocation will provide ready access to Suffolk County Superior Court, the Federal Court, the Massachusetts State House and the Boston Bar Association.  We look forward to introducing our clients and friends to […]...

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Christopher Strang’s Article Published on the Cover of Under Construction

Strang Scott partner, Chris Strang, co-authored and article with Brendan Carter from the Associated General Contractors of Massachusetts that was published recently on the cover of the American Bar Association’s “Under Construction” quarterly newsletter.  The article details a case where Strang Scott prevailed against the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, successfully arguing that the awarding authority has a […]...

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Forfeiture Rule in Construction Disputes Under Review by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court

Since the early 1900’s, Massachusetts courts have held that a contractor cannot recover on the contract itself without showing complete and strict performance of all terms or, in the event the contract cannot be completed fully, that the contractor substantially performed and attempted, in good faith, to perform fully. Under this rule, if the court […]...

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The White House Proposes $1.5 Trillion Infrastructure Development Program

The White House recently released its “Legislative Outline for Rebuilding Infrastructure in America.”  In the preamble to the outline, The White House requested that Congress act to implement the infrastructure program in short order through new legislation.  In broad strokes, the outline calls for new spending to stimulate $1.5 trillion dollars in infrastructure investments, from […]...

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Airbnb Hosts Beware: City of Boston Proposes Regulations on Short Term Rental Industry

Boston Mayor, Marty Walsh, recently proposed a citywide ordinance that will, if adopted by City Council, subject short-term rentals – such as those advertised through the popular home-sharing website, Airbnb – to regulations and reporting requirements. The proposed ordinance requires that all short-term-rentals register with the city and pay an annual fee based on a […]...

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Corporate Considerations: Piercing the Corporate Veil, a Primer

             The creation of a formal corporate entity and compliance with state prescribed formalities can offer business owners and members substantial protections from individual liability for business debts when acting by and through an entity. That protection, however, is not a given. In order to enjoy the benefits that limited liability entities afford, one must respect established corporate formalities […]...

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Christopher Strang Selected as 2017 Super Lawyer

Strang Scott is honored to announce the selection of Christopher Strang as a 2017 Super Lawyer by the Massachusetts edition of Super Lawyers. Mr. Strang has been recognized for his outstanding work in construction litigation for the ninth consecutive year, first as a Rising Star and then as a Super Lawyer. The Super Lawyers selection […]...

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OSHA Injury Tracking Application Enforcement Delayed to December 15, 2017

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently extended, for the second time, the enforcement deadline for compliance with electronic reporting of injury and illness data through its Injury Tracking Application (ITA) until December 15, 2017. The new rule took effect January 1, 2017, and required certain employers to submit injury and illness information electronically through […]...

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Contractors Beware: OSHA Begins Enforcement of New Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard

On October 19, 2017, OSHA released interim enforcement guidance for its Respirable Crystalline Silica in Construction Standard. This standard began full enforcement on October 23, 2017. The Interim Enforcement Guidance issued refers to the standard promulgated on September 23, 2017.  Initially, rather than issue citations for violations of the standard, OSHA’s compliance officers were instructed to assist […]...

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