Legal Resources: Media Coverage

Attorney Howard Goldman to appear on MYOB Radio Show – January 16, 2011

Attorney Howard Goldman will appear on The Mind Your Own Business radio show, this Sunday 9-11AM EST on WBNW 1120. You may listen to the show over the internet at www.moneymattersboston.com. The show covers business topics such as how to successfully run a business for the beginner or seasoned veteran, different financing options, and networking ideas. Along with expert guests who help business owners/managers and those interested in getting into business navigate the issues concerning business. The show also introduces businesses

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Car crash suit yields $12M award in Norfolk County

By Christina Pazzanese, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – PDF Version August 30, 2010 Two Needham brothers who were victims of a 2006 car crash that left one of the men permanently unable to walk or speak were recently awarded $12 million in damages by a jury in Norfolk Superior Court. While the collision was caused by a driver with a record riddled with citations, license suspensions and accidents dating back to 1997, it was the man’s grandparents who proved to be the

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Natural accumulation rule abolished – Bar: will change way snow-ice cases argued

By: David E. Frank August 2, 2010 Lawyers say a ruling issued by the Supreme Judicial Court last week will dramatically alter the way snow and ice liability cases are litigated in Massachusetts. In Papadopoulos, et al. v. Target Corporation, et al., the SJC held that property owners can now be found liable for failing to keep their land free of dangerous snow and ice, regardless of whether the condition resulted from natural or unnatural causes. “What the court has done

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Dog Bite Victim Seeks $100,000

Dog Bite Victim Seeks $100,000. A lawsuit filed against the town and the Friends of Berlin Animal Control seeks a jury trial and damages of at least $100,000 in the case of an adoption of a Siberian Husky that allegedly attacked a woman and bit off her ear.

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The Legal System Works

The Legal System Works by MetroWest Magazine. Attorney Howard Goldman represented this party that was suffering from years of payments under the non-compete agreement, which amounted to more than $100,000. The business was struggling to grow despite this drag that amounted to substantial proportions of its would-be profits.

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Legal Services With A Personal Touch

Legal Services With A Personal Touch by Condo Media: The letter of the law may seem cut and dried to some, but Howard S. Goldman, of Goldman & Pease LLC, never forgets that there are human beings behind every issue. And, it’s the challenge of helping them resolve their conflicts that invigorates his practice of the law.

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How To Choose A Commercial Real Estate Broker

How To Choose A Commercial Real Estate Broker. Don’t try to ride the real estate roller coaster alone. Experienced brokers have access to a wealth of information that can help put a tenant on much stronger terms when it comes to negotiating the terms of a lease.

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Eminent Domain: Boston to Weigh Seizing Property

June 26, 2005 Newspaper: The Boston Globe By Lucas Wall and Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff FLAHERTY ASKS MAYOR TO SPUR RAPID FAN PIER DEVELOPMENT TELLS CITY TO WEIGH SEIZING PROPERTY Boston City Council President Michael Flaherty said yesterday that Mayor Thomas M. Menino’s efforts to spur development of Fan Pier do not go far enough, and he again called on the city to consider seizing the South Boston waterfront property using its eminent domain power.  Flaherty originally suggested taking the 21-acre

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Attorney Howard Goldman to appear on MYOB Radio Show – January 16, 2011

Attorney Howard Goldman will appear on The Mind Your Own Business radio show, this Sunday 9-11AM EST on WBNW 1120. You may listen to the show over the internet at www.moneymattersboston.com. The show covers business topics such as how to successfully run a business for the beginner or seasoned veteran, different financing options, and networking ideas. Along with expert guests who help business owners/managers and those interested in getting into business navigate the issues concerning business. The show also introduces businesses

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Car crash suit yields $12M award in Norfolk County

By Christina Pazzanese, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly – PDF Version August 30, 2010 Two Needham brothers who were victims of a 2006 car crash that left one of the men permanently unable to walk or speak were recently awarded $12 million in damages by a jury in Norfolk Superior Court. While the collision was caused by a driver with a record riddled with citations, license suspensions and accidents dating back to 1997, it was the man’s grandparents who proved to be the

Read More »

Natural accumulation rule abolished – Bar: will change way snow-ice cases argued

By: David E. Frank August 2, 2010 Lawyers say a ruling issued by the Supreme Judicial Court last week will dramatically alter the way snow and ice liability cases are litigated in Massachusetts. In Papadopoulos, et al. v. Target Corporation, et al., the SJC held that property owners can now be found liable for failing to keep their land free of dangerous snow and ice, regardless of whether the condition resulted from natural or unnatural causes. “What the court has done

Read More »

Dog Bite Victim Seeks $100,000

Dog Bite Victim Seeks $100,000. A lawsuit filed against the town and the Friends of Berlin Animal Control seeks a jury trial and damages of at least $100,000 in the case of an adoption of a Siberian Husky that allegedly attacked a woman and bit off her ear.

Read More »

The Legal System Works

The Legal System Works by MetroWest Magazine. Attorney Howard Goldman represented this party that was suffering from years of payments under the non-compete agreement, which amounted to more than $100,000. The business was struggling to grow despite this drag that amounted to substantial proportions of its would-be profits.

Read More »

Legal Services With A Personal Touch

Legal Services With A Personal Touch by Condo Media: The letter of the law may seem cut and dried to some, but Howard S. Goldman, of Goldman & Pease LLC, never forgets that there are human beings behind every issue. And, it’s the challenge of helping them resolve their conflicts that invigorates his practice of the law.

Read More »

How To Choose A Commercial Real Estate Broker

How To Choose A Commercial Real Estate Broker. Don’t try to ride the real estate roller coaster alone. Experienced brokers have access to a wealth of information that can help put a tenant on much stronger terms when it comes to negotiating the terms of a lease.

Read More »

Eminent Domain: Boston to Weigh Seizing Property

June 26, 2005 Newspaper: The Boston Globe By Lucas Wall and Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff FLAHERTY ASKS MAYOR TO SPUR RAPID FAN PIER DEVELOPMENT TELLS CITY TO WEIGH SEIZING PROPERTY Boston City Council President Michael Flaherty said yesterday that Mayor Thomas M. Menino’s efforts to spur development of Fan Pier do not go far enough, and he again called on the city to consider seizing the South Boston waterfront property using its eminent domain power.  Flaherty originally suggested taking the 21-acre

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