Month: July 2020

GOVERNOR BAKER REVISES STATE PERMITTING DEADLINES AND EXTENDS CERTAIN STATE PERMITS AS COVID-19 PANDEMIC CONTINUES – Update from McGregor & Legere, PC

Written by  Nathaniel Stevens, Esq. On March 24, 2020, Governor Baker issued COVID-19 Order No. 17: “Order Suspending State Permitting Deadlines and Extending the Validity of State Permits”, which, among other …

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ASSESSING CIVIL PENALTIES FOR VIOLATING ZONING BYLAWS OR STATE BUILDING CODE: APPEALS COURT SAYS TO ADHERE CLOSELY TO THE CORRECT PROCESS – Update from McGregor & Legere, PC

Written by  Nathaniel Stevens, Esq. A June 15, 2020 opinion of the Massachusetts Appeals Court reminds building inspectors and other municipal officials of the trilogy of remedies to assess money penalties …

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Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox Presents “Drones: Legal Considerations, Uses and Defenses” at the Association of Corporate Counsel’s In-House Counsel Conference

Philadelphia, PA (July 27, 2020) – Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox’s Thomas Duncan, Esquire and Technical Consultant Will Hitchcock will present “Drones: Legal Considerations, Uses and Defenses” at the Greater …

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New York Court of Appeals Reinstates Finding That A Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity Provides an Exemption from Public Review – Update from Manko Gold Katcher Fox

July 27, 2020S hoshana (Suzanne Ilene) Schiller MGKF Litigation Blog Content for this post was provided by Isabel Teuton, a MGKF summer associate. In National Fuel Gas Supply Corp. v. Schueckler, …

New York Court of Appeals Reinstates Finding That A Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity Provides an Exemption from Public Review – Update from Manko Gold Katcher Fox Read More »