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The Choices That Led Small Business Owners to Wealth

Our friends and clients who are entrepreneurs and small business owners will appreciate the insight in this recent New York Times article: The Choices That Led Small Business Owners to Wealth ...

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Boston Bar Foundation Adams Benefit

Strang Scott was honored to be a part of the 2016 Boston Bar Foundation’s Annual Adams Benefit.  This year, over 1,000 attendees joined the Boston Bar Foundation at the Museum of Fine Arts, raising over $600,000 for legal aid services.  Our friends at The Danger Booth were at the event doing what they do best:...

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Strang Scott Prevails In Arguing that Public Awarding Authorities Have a Duty to Verify Validity of Payment Bonds

A Superior Court judge recently ruled in Kapiloff’s Glass, Inc. et.al. v. University of Massachusetts (UMASS), et.al., MICV2014-08766, that Massachusetts awarding authorities on public construction projects do, in fact, have a duty to confirm that the payment bonds submitted by general contractors are valid.Strang Scott brought suit on behalf of four subcontractors who provided labor […]...

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Strang Scott Announces Hiring of New Associate

Strang Scott is pleased to welcome first-year associate Andrea Jacobs to the firm.  Ms. Jacobs is a 2015 graduate of Boston University School of Law, and worked with Strang Scott as a Summer Associate in 2014.  While in law school, Ms. Jacobs also worked with the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources and the Boston University Office of […]...

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Partner Chris Strang Argues the Commonwealth Has a Duty to Verify Payment Bonds on Public Construction Projects

In a case of first impression, the court in Kapiloff’s Glass, Inc. et.al. v. University of Massachusetts (UMASS), et.al., MICV2014-08766 will consider whether the public awarding authority has a duty under M.G.L. c. 149, §29 to ensure that the payment bond provided by the general contractor on public construction projects is valid.On the University of […]...

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StrangScott Partners Selected as recipients of 2015 Super Lawyer Awards

  We are proud to announce the selection of Christopher Strang as a 2015 Super Lawyer and Jordan Scott as a 2015 Rising Star by the New England edition of Super Lawyers. Mr. Strang is being recognized for his outstanding work in construction litigation for the seventh year in a row, while Mr. Scott earned his first recognition for employment and labor work. Both […]...

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Christopher Strang Receives Young Lawyer’s Chair from BU

On Saturday, September 26, 2015, partner Chris Strang received a 2015 Silver Shingle Award (Young Lawyer’s Chair) from his alma mater, Boston University.  Boston University School of Law is honored each year to present several outstanding alumni and friends with Silver Shingle Alumni Awards. These awards, a tradition at the School of Law since 1967, […]...

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Congratulations to Warner Youth Sports Association on Successful Golf Classic

       Congratulations and thanks to the Warner, New Hampshire Youth Sports Association (WYSA) on its successful Second Annual Golf Classic.  Strang Scott is proud to have participated as a sponsor for the second time in this growing event that benefits youth sports in Warner.  All proceeds of this great community event go directly to supporting […]...

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School Guard Glass Making News Again

Our friends at School Guard Glass continue to make news for their innovative security glass product line. The glass is nearly impenetrable, as you can see in the video demonstration recently shown on the local Fox News affiliate. This is becoming a popular product to specify in public buildings, particularly schools, for its ability to […]...

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Massachusetts Bill Would Regulate Short-Term Rentals Like Airbnb

Like many larger cities in the United States, Boston residents often offer up their homes or apartments to tourists looking for inexpensive short-term rentals.  These short-term rental arrangements are currently unregulated in Massachusetts.  However, recent negative press for services like Airbnb has prompted Massachusetts legislators to pursue regulating and taxing short-term housing rentals. Early this year, […]...

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