How & When to File A Medical Malpractice Lawsuit

In the recent case of Arsenault v. Bhattacharya, Mass. App. Ct. No. 15-P-197, August 3, 2016, a woman who began receiving cortisone injections in her wrist in 2008, and continued receiving them in 2009 and 2010, later having multiple surgeries on that same wrist in 2010 and 2011, filed a medical malpractice action in 2013 […]

Using Craigslist as a Weapon

Craigslist is a popular online venue for all kinds of transactions and advertisements. But one Massachusetts couple recently found themselves on the guilty end of a criminal harassment conviction after using the site as a vehicle for cyber-harassment. And the Supreme Judicial Court affirmed their convictions in its decision: Commonwealth v. Willam P. (& Gail […]

Is It Stealing If You Didn’t Think It Was?

Could you go to jail for bringing home someone’s old table or bike that is left by the side of the road? Could you be stealing, or committing “larceny,” without knowing it? A recent Massachusetts S.J.C. decision, Commonwealth v. Liebenow, held that to prove larceny, the Commonwealth must show that a defendant (1) took and […]