David Holland and Dalton Battin Pen Guest Column on “Six Tips for CAURD Licensees”

February 14, 2023

NY Cannabis Insider featured a Feb. 14th guest column co-authored by Prince Lobel attorneys David Holland and Dalton Battin.  In “Six Tips for CAURD Licensees to Get Started in New…


Examining the Embedding Evolution: Counseling Clients on Safely Embedding Copyrighted Material

August 19, 2020

The Southern District of New York sent a warning this summer to those embedding copyrighted works on social media without permission—you may be committing copyright infringement. In a pair of…


Jennifer Fleming Joins 2019 FuturePath Conference Panel Discussion

November 5, 2019

Jennifer Fleming will be participating as a co-panelist at the 2019 FuturePath Conference on Wednesday, November 13th at the Seaport Hotel. The panel, “Navigating Life Events & Stages,” will include…


Joseph Steinfield Joined Panel Discussion Ward Thirteen

July 2, 2019

Joseph Steinfield joined the panel discussion, Ward Thirteen, to discuss the impeachment of Chief Justice David Brock. His experience included being asked by the Speaker of the House to conduct…


SJC Ruling Clarifies Steps To Be Followed To Assert A Claim vs. Target Mechanic’s Lien Bond

April 4, 2019

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court’s decision in City Electric Supply Co. v. Arch Insurance Co. SJC-12561 (3/29/19) clarifies whether a claimant seeking to enforce claims against a target mechanic’s lien…


Rock Built v. Deacon: Home Improvement Contractor “Real World” Liability

March 28, 2019

In Rock Built v. Deacon, the Appellate Division of the Northern District of Massachusetts addressed claims arising out of flooring contractor Rock Built’s work on homeowner Alan Deacon’s Littleton, MA…


Read Prince Lobel’s Recommendation Letter to the Cannabis Control Commission on its Proposed Regulations

February 16, 2018

Prince Lobel’s Recommendation Letter to the Cannabis Control Commission (February 15, 2015)


Just Blowing Smoke? Healthy Pharms Case Strikes at Cannabis Community

September 27, 2017

The word “racketeering” usually conjures up images of mob bosses, blackmail, money laundering, and corrupt back-alley dealings.  However, the Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (“RICO”) (18 U.S.C. §§ 1961-1968)…


Victory for Public Records Advocates: High Court Limits Anti-Terrorism Exemption

June 16, 2017

All who deal with records held by government entities and employees know the basic rule: In Massachusetts, the public records law states that all records are presumed public unless a…


Emojis & Enforceability: Does Electronic Communication Have a Place in Contract Law?

April 24, 2017

These days, texting has become acceptable shorthand for communicating with almost everyone.  Often, the content of a text doesn’t even include actual words; why type out a word when you…