Attorney Paul Barbadoro has been appointed to serve as a member of the Board of Governors for Quincy College. Previously Mr. Barbadoro has taught as an adjunct professor at Quincy College in the areas of litigation and procedure. The eleven member Board of Governors is appointed to oversee and govern the College.
Two of Baker, Braverman & Barbadoro's trust and estate attorneys have been recognized by national publications. Christopher J. Sullivan, a partner, has been recognized by Martindale Hubbell as being an AV® rated attorney, the highest such rating available to an attorney. Only about 20% of all lawyers who have been rated have achieved an AV rating with the publication. Peter C. Herbst Jr., an associate, has been recognized by Super Lawyers Magazine as a "New England Rising Star " in the area of Estate Planning and Administration in its 2010 Rising Stars Edition. Less than 3% of attorneys under 40 are selected for inclusion as a Rising Star.
Attorneys Gene J. Guimond and Susan Molinari conducted pertinent research and presented evidence before the Department of Environmental Protection Presiding Officer to thwart an appeal of a Superseding Order of Conditions allowing for the expansion of a marina initiated by an abutter due to the abutter's lack of standing. The full decision of In the Matter of Onset Bay Marina, Docket No 2007-074, which the Secretary of Environmental Affairs adopted as a final decision, is available here.
Christopher Sullivan has recently been appointed by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court as Special Counsel to the Board of Bar Examiners. Attorney Sullivan will actively participate in the admissions process to the Bar. Attorney Sullivan is Counsel with the firm concentrating in the areas of elder and Medicaid law, estate planning and probate litigation.
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- Foreclosure of a Primary Residence
- Seek Counsel Before Signing Documents With Real Estate Broker
- Municipal Bylaws and Demolition and Renovations to Historical Residential Dwellings
- Family Avoids Substantial Nursing Home Costs
- What You Need To Know If You Die Without A Will
- Condominium Association Liable for Water Leak
- Discharged Employees Must Be Paid Unused Vacation Time
- Defeating a Neighbor's Challenge to Zoning Relief
- Stock Options and Divorce
- Using IRA Funds to Finance a Home Purchase
- Should Employers Waive Non-Competes
- Protecting a Business from Competitors
- When is a Pre-Marital Agreement Appropriate and Enforceable
- Planning for IRA Distributions
- Making Zoning Regulations Work
- Contractor Avoids Liability On An Ambiguous Contract
- Nursing Home Costs in Massachusetts
- Another Good Reason to Purchase Owner's Title Insurance
- Veteran's Pension Benefits
- Estate Dispute Resolved Prior to Trial
- COBRA Continuation Coverage under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
- Will your Estate lose Assets in Probate Court?
- Insurance Coverage for Release of Hazardous Waste
- Considering Refinancing a Commercial or Residential Mortgage?
- Buyers of Foreclosed Homes Tempted by Free Title Insurance
- Accident Case Settled Without Court
- Diligent Research Solves Title Issues and Avoids Costly Litigation
- Employer Escapes from Written Contract of Employment
- Implementation of the Uniform Probate Code
- Alternative Dispute Resolution: Is it for You?
- Massachusetts 2009 Child Support Guidelines
- Performance Bonds And Priority Of Article 9 Security Interests
- Commercial Lending Update
- Receiving an Inheritance While on Medicaid
- Unfair Debt Collection
- Massachusetts Smart Growth
- Cobra Update
- Medicaid Update, Summer 2009
- Avoiding a Will Contest