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Article: “My Christmas Day and the Internal Body Clock” by Joseph Steinfield, Monadnock Ledger-Transcript

December 14, 2020

The following article by Joseph Steinfield appeared in the December 15 issue of the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript.   “My Christmas Day and the Internal Body Clock”   Being Jewish and not Christian, Christmas is not my holiday. Religiously speaking, that is. But December 25 has always been an important day of the year for me. As…

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Energy and environmental standards for Massachusetts cannabis businesses now in effect – by Adam Braillard

November 2, 2020

All applications for licenses to operate Massachusetts adult-use marijuana establishments and medical marijuana treatment centers (establishments) must comply with the Cannabis Control Commission’s (the commission) energy efficiency, environmental, and reporting standards set forth in Sections 935 CMR 500.101(1)(c)10 and 500.105(15), or 935 CMR 501.101(1)(c)10 and 501.105(15). Specifically, each such establishment’s management and operations profile must…

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Shared Commitment to Positive Workplace Culture and Innovative Client Service Combine for a Successful Prince Lobel Tye and Chu, Ring & Hazel Affiliation

October 18, 2020

From the Boston Bar Association Law Firm News Sunday, October 18, 2020   When John Chu began exploring the possibility of merging his law firm, Chu, Ring and Hazel, a boutique firm focused on emerging growth companies, with a larger firm—he had three important criteria: find a firm with a positive culture, a firm that…

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John Bradley Quoted in Law360 on Loosening Mass. Cannabis Delivery Rules

September 2, 2020

Mass. Regulators Plan To Loosen Pot Delivery Rules By Jack Queen Law360 (August 31, 2020, 10:14 PM EDT) — Massachusetts cannabis regulators have approved draft changes to delivery rules that could give a major boost to companies that bring pot to customers’ doors, allowing them to buy direct from wholesalers instead of going through brick-and-mortar…

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Law 360 Article: Counsel Who Care: How Attorneys Are Helping During a Crisis

June 2, 2020

Prince Lobel was featured in an article in Law360 on June 2 for our support of the Lawyers Honoring Covid Caregivers fundraising campaign.  The fundraising benefits frontline healthcare workers in Massachusetts, including Boston Medical Center, Boston EMS, the city of Boston’s ambulance service, and health care providers in Worcester.  Founding Partner Walter Prince is on…

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First Amendment Partner Jeff Pyle Quoted on Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s Defamation Lawsuit Against Hillary Clinton

January 22, 2020

Partner Jeffrey Pyle was quoted in a January 22, 2020 abcnews.go.com article on Representative Tulsi Gabbard’s defamation lawsuit against Hillary Clinton.  The lawsuit alleges that the former secretary of state suggested the congresswoman and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate was “a favorite of the Russians.” Gabbard’s lawyers say that Clinton’s remarks caused her to suffer “…

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Walter B. Prince Fellowship Highlighted By The Public Defender Agency of Massachusetts

December 10, 2019

In partnership with The Committee for Public Counsel Services, Prince Lobel is proud to launch the Walter B. Prince Fellowship. “This fellowship has a tremendous amount of significance to me. It’s humbling, and I really appreciate what the law firm has done,” Walter Prince said. “It is providing needed funds to CPCS and it paves…

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Julie Barry Appointed As REBA Clerk & Environmental Law Co-Chair

November 12, 2019

Julie Barry has been appointed to The Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts (REBA) Board of Directors as their Clerk Officer. She will also be serving as co-chair for the Environmental Law section with Gregor McGregor. For over 150 years, REBA’s shared legacy has been advancing the practice of real estate law while upholding and…

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U.S. District Court Ruling Clarifies Massachusetts Statue of Repose for Condo Construction

November 6, 2019

The United States District Court’s decision in D’Allessandro, et al. v. Lennar Hingham Holdings, LLC, et al. clarifies the Massachusetts statute of repose, G.L.c. 260 §2B, which bars tort suits based on construction and design defects that are filed more than six years after beginning an “improvement” to property or after the improvement has been…

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Michael Ross writes Boston Globe Opinion Piece on Gridlock and Boston Harbor

August 21, 2019

Real Estate Partner Michael Ross wrote a Boston Globe Opinion piece titled “The Harbor Can Give Us a Way Out of Gridlock.”  The August 19, 2019 article outlined examples of waterway activities in Boston Harbor that are helping to eliminate congestion on Boston-area roadways and ease the way for commuters.  “When commuters take to the…