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Harmon Law Offices, P.C. v. Attorney General (Lawyers Weekly No. 11-085-13)

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12‑P‑407                                        Appeals Court

HARMON LAW OFFICES, P.C.  vs.  ATTORNEY GENERAL.

No. 12‑P‑407.

Suffolk.     October 11, 2012.  ‑  June 28, 2013.

Present:  Graham, Vuono, & Hanlon, JJ.

Attorney GeneralConsumer Protection Act, Demand letter.  Mortgage, Foreclosure.  Attorney at Law, Attorney‑client relationship.  Privileged CommunicationPractice, Civil, Interlocutory appeal.

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Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - June 28, 2013 at 10:15 pm

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Free EZ-Pass Transponders at AAA Offices

High-speed, cashless toll system.

With the summer travel season coming up, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation wants drivers to cut back on cash and link up to the EZ-Pass system.

MassDOT has joined AAA of Southern New England to make EZ-Pass transponders available at over 15 AAA offices, according to a press statement Thursday.

According to the statement, there are still over 155,000 daily cash transactions on toll roads throughout Massachusetts. With the state heading toward a cashless toll system beginning with the removal of cash tollbooths on the Tobin Bridge in early 2014, state transportation officials are encouraging motorists to get ahead of the changes by enrolling in the EZ-Pass program early.

“The availability of transponders at AAA branches is one way MassDOT is working to improve access to electronic toll collection so all motorists may enjoy the convenience of E-ZPass,” the MassDOT statement says.

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Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - May 22, 2013 at 10:07 pm

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Offices Offering Space for Displaced Businesses

Streets were closed off from Bolyston Street all the way up to Commonwealth Avenue after bombings at the finish line of the Boston Marathon Monday.

 

Boston officials are continuing to reach out to hundreds of Back Bay businesses affected by the marathon tragedy, trying to get those stores, offices and streets, back up and running.

On Tuesday, a temporary Business Assistance Center was set up at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel lobby for city officials to respond to any business, employee, or vendor inquiry. The temporary satellite office was to be open on Wednesday and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Businesses needing workspace can turn to Coworking Opens Doors – a list of Boston, and Boston-area offices offering to host displaced businesses. “The community of coworking spaces in Boston is deeply saddened by the tragic events at the 2013 Boston Marathon,” said a post on Coworking Opens Doors’s website. “To help people get back on their feet, we’re opening our doors to those affected. If you or your business was impacted by the tragedy at the Boston Marathon, the following spaces will host you, for no charge.” Businesses were asked to contact individual spaces listed on the site. read more

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Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - April 17, 2013 at 6:51 pm

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