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Rackemann attorney Lauren Armstrong, along with other volunteers from the CREW Boston organization, participated in a “Spring Clean-Up Service Day” benefiting Caritas Communities,Greater Boston’s largest non-profit provider of permanent veteran and single room occupancy housing. Read more here: http://www.rackemann.com/news-320.html

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Are realtors employees of the agencies they work for, or are they independent contractors? In a new article published in the Land Use Monitor, Rackemann attorney Don Pinto explains a Mass. SJC decision released yesterday which attempts to answer this question, and has broad implications for workers in the real estate industry. Read all about it here:  http://www.massachusettslandusemonitor.com/legislation/breaking-sjc-rules-that-real-estate-salespersons-are-not-covered-by-independent-contractor-statute/

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Rackemann attorney Lauren Armstrong participated in the NAIOP Bus Tour, an annual bus tour of important commercial real estate development sites in the Boston area. This year the tour visited two sites where Rackemann, Sawyer & Brewster represented a party in the development process. Read all about it here: http://www.rackemann.com/news-319.html

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Rackemann attorney David M. Friedman recently served as faculty for a Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE) panel seminar entitled Divorce Law BasicsPlus. Read more here: http://www.rackemann.com/news-318.html

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Rackemann attorney Lauren Armstrong recently participated in a panel discussion at UMass - Boston designed to help educate students interested in pursuing careers in the commercial real estate industry. Find out more here: http://www.rackemann.com/news-317.html

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Read Rackemann attorney Dan Bailey's new article in the Mass. Land Use Monitor about a recent “unpublished” decision by a Mass. Appeals Court panel which confirms that landowners can seek a judicial declaration of the extent to which a zoning regulation applies to their property even after they have been denied a building permit: http://www.massachusettslandusemonitor.com/zoning/appeals-court-panel-refuses-to-narrow-declaratory-judgment-remedy-for-zoning-disputes/

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Rackemann attorney Lauren Armstrong recently hosted a UCREW panel discussion at Boston University to help educate students interested in pursuing a career in commercial real estate. Read more here: http://www.rackemann.com/news-313.html

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Read Rackemann attorney Don Pinto's new article in the Massachusetts Land Use Monitor about a recent Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court decision which makes it significantly more difficult for a borrower to defend against foreclosure: http://www.massachusettslandusemonitor.com/foreclosure/sjc-removes-another-arrow-from-the-foreclosure-defense-quiver/
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