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Massachusetts Implements New Diversity Initiatives For Public Construction

Starting July 1, 2020, the Commonwealth is implementing new strategies to enhance women and minority participation on public construction projects. Through its Affirmative Marketing Program (“AMP”) Massachusetts is “amping” up its outreach, education and training efforts to attract more women-owned business (“WBE”) and minority-owned business (“MBE”) contractors, material suppliers, and design professionals. In order to […]...

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Chris Strang Interviewed On WCVB5 Evening News About Cancelling Event Contracts

Partner Chris Strang was interviewed by local CBS affiliate WCVB5 for an evening news story that aired this week. He discussed the ongoing changes in contract terms for event services in light of the changed conditions resulting from the pandemic....

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Housing Security Bill Signed Into Law, Freezing Residential and Small-Business Evictions

On Monday, April 20, 2020, Governor Baker signed House Security Bill 4647, entitled “An Act Providing for a Moratorium on Evictions and Foreclosures during the COVID-19 Emergency.” The legislation will halt “non-essential” residential and small business commercial evictions for 120 days, or 45 days after Governor Baker lifts the COVID-19 Emergency Declaration. Impact of the […]...

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Strang Scott Announces Hiring of New Associate

Strang Scott is pleased to welcome first-year associate Meghan Hayes to the firm.  Ms. Hayes is a 2019 graduate of Boston University School of Law.  While in law school, Ms. Hayes worked with the New York State Attorney General’s Office, the Erie County Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers’ Project, and a prominent tort litigation firm in the greater […]...

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Strang Scott Attorneys Selected as Super Lawyers

Strang Scott is honored to announce the selection of Christopher Strang as a 2019 Super Lawyer by the Massachusetts edition of Super Lawyers. Mr. Strang has been recognized for his outstanding work in construction litigation for the eleventh consecutive year, first as a Rising Star and then as a Super Lawyer. Associate Jennifer Lynn was […]...

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Strang Scott Seeking Mid-Level Litigation Associate

Strang, Scott, Giroux & Young, a regional business law firm, is currently seeking a highly skilled, mid-level litigation associate to join the firm’s Boston office. Successful candidates will have: 3+ years of experience representing business plaintiffs and defendants in a range of commercial litigation matters Experience in all stages of litigation from investigation and pleadings through discovery, dispositive […]...

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Strang Scott Sponsors TEDx Kenmore Square

Strang Scott is exited to announce that it is a sponsor for the first ever TEDx event in Kenmore Square.    This independently organized TED event celebrates the heritage and development of Boston’s beloved Kenmore Square neighborhood, featuring speakers from various focus areas and degrees. The list of presenters is as exciting as it is diverse, […]...

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Jennifer Lynn to Co-Panel Discussion of the Massachusetts Security Deposit Law

Strang Scott associate, Jennifer Lynn, was a panelist at a recent Boston Bar Association event discussing M.G.L. c. 186, § 15B, commonly known as the “Massachusetts Security Deposit Law,” and providing an overview of the Law’s requirements. The Law is one of the most heavily litigated statutes in Massachusetts that affects both landlords and tenants. […]...

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Christopher Strang Appointed as Lecturer at Boston University School of Law

Boston University School of Law recently hired partner Christopher Strang as an adjunct lecturer.  Mr. Strang will be instructing the Small and Mid-Sized Firm Externship Program. The program involves students working part-time at area small and mid-sized firms with various areas of practice.  Mr. Strang will teach practical skills in the classroom portion of the […]...

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Non-Compete Reform Comes to Massachusetts

     After years of trying to find common ground on non-compete reform, the Massachusetts legislature passed a bill – which Governor Charlie Baker signed into law on August 10, 2018 – that promises to significantly change the employment landscape in the Commonwealth. The new law will take effect on October 1, 2018. The following […]...

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