Burns & Levinson LLP

How Coparents Should Handle the Holidays

Hi there, It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and with it all of the holidays of the season! This time of year is particularly tough for folks who are just getting used to a coparenting…more
| Family Law

Contracts Where Neither or Only One Party Signs Can be Binding

In today’s world where circumstances can change at lightening speed, companies sometime feel compelled to act before their counsel can formalize or finalize a written contract. Similarly, there are instances where only one party…more
| Commercial Law & Contracts

What You Need to Know About Changes to Social Security

A few years back I wrote a post about things to consider when divorcing later in life. One of these considerations was Social Security. Social Security continues to be an important topic of discussion for any couple divorcing…more
| Administrative Law, Family Law

Military Divorce and the “20/20/20 Rule”

My first exposure to military divorce came not as an attorney, but rather as a child raised on a military base for most of my formative years. Any “Army/Navy/Air Force/Marine/Coast Guard Brat” can attest that there are a number…more
| Family Law, Military Law

Is It Illegal to Spank Your Stepchild?

Since many divorcing people are parents, this new case about physical discipline of children might be of interest. Spanking was more common with previous generations, the practice seems to be dropping off. Under Massachusetts…more
| Family Law

Change Your Will When Your Divorce Is Final

Hi there, All the more reason that you need to follow up with a qualified financial and estate planner after a divorce! Best,Nancy…more
| Family Law, Wills, Trusts, & Estate Planning

Don’t Take Needless Chances When it Comes to Personal Jurisdiction, Forum Selection and Choice of Law

Not spelling out in your agreements, even in informal agreements, where disputes can be resolved and what law will govern them can lead to some unhappy results. That is exactly the position that United Excel Corporation and its…more
| Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts, Labor & Employment Law

October Is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Hi there, October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Nearly one in four women and one in seven men in the United States have suffered severe physical violence by an intimate partner. Female to male and same-sex…more
| Civil Remedies, Family Law

Leading Cases on Chapter 93A

Nearly all business disputes in Massachusetts are governed by Chapter 93A. The winning plaintiff under Chapter 93A is entitled to an automatic award of its attorney's fees, and may be awarded up to three times its actual…more
| Business Torts, Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts, Insurance, Intellectual Property

Divorce and the Common Interest Privilege

Privilege is one of the most important legal concepts that an attorney can be versed in. Inadvertently waiving the attorney/client privilege or the psychotherapist/patient privilege, for example, can have dire consequences for…more
| Civil Procedure, Family Law

In Divorce Law, as in Life, Privileges Count

Hi there, Privileges in litigation are important tools they generally mean information can be withheld from the other side and the court because the privilege exists…more
| Civil Procedure, Family Law

Top Takeaways from the SEC's New Pay Ratio Disclosure Rules

On August 5, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) adopted final rules requiring most public companies to make pay ratio disclosures pursuant to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The rules…more
| Business Organizations, Commercial Law & Contracts, Labor & Employment Law, Securities Law

Keeping Communications With Other Parties Confidential Through the “Community of Interest Privilege”

One of my law school classmates asked me several month ago about the merits of entering into a joint defense agreement with another party to protect communications he had with that party’s counsel in connection with a potential…more
| Business Torts, Civil Procedure, Commercial Law & Contracts

Top 4 Questions About Divorce and Special Education

Divorce is more common than ever. According to the Center for Disease Control, another trend on the rise is the prevalence of Attention Deficit Disorder (“ADD”) and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (“ADHD”) diagnosed in…more
| Education, Family Law

3 Keys to Child Safety

Although summer has come to a close, lots of families continue to hit the roads (and even the seas and air) on vacation over long weekends, holidays and school vacations. Most divorced families agree upon a parenting plan which…more
| Family Law, International Law & Trade
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