Diane Rubin recently authored an article for the Real Estate Bar Association News entitled “Supreme Judicial Court to Decide Enforceability of Condominium Poison Pills.” The post discussed the recent amicus brief she co-authored on behalf of a condominium board who is appealing the dismissal of its lawsuit against the condominium developer for $2 million in construction defects, a dismissal they say occurred because of anti-litigation stipulations, or “poison pill” provisions, in the condominium bylaws. Rubin goes on to outline the case and its subsequent review by the SJC, including her take on oral arguments presented before the Bench, and what the SJC’s decision, which it is expected to issue in Spring of next year, may mean for the ultimate legality and enforceability of such provisions in the future. You can find the rest of the article here, on the REBA blog.
Diane Rubin Authors an Article on SJC Poison Pill Case for REBA News
January 19, 2018
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