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Pierce & Mandell, P.C. is proud to announce that partners Bob Pierce, Bill Mandell, Thomas E. Kenney, Michael Fee, Bob Kirby and Dennis Lindgren have been selected for inclusion in the 2017 Massachusetts Super Lawyers. 

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All newly admitted lawyers in Massachusetts are required to take a one-day professionalism course within 18 months of admission. The day-long course, which is run by Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education (MCLE), covers a variety of topics, including ethics and professional conduct, court practice and successful attorney-client relationships. 

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Ajemian v. Yahoo! Inc.: On March 9, Robert Kirby argued before the Supreme Judicial Court in a case of first impression. 

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Curt Dooling recently obtained a defense verdict on behalf of his clients in a jury trial in the Pittsfield District Court in Berkshire County.

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In Ajemian v. Yahoo!, we represent the personal representatives of an estate seeking to gain access to the contents of a decedent’s Yahoo! email account.

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Founding shareholder Bob Pierce took four cases to jury trials in 2016. The cases were tried in four separate superior courts: Essex (Newburyport), Middlesex, Suffolk, and Dukes County (Martha’s Vineyard). In three of the cases, Bob achieved defense verdicts on behalf of his clients; in the fourth, the case settled after several days of trial based on a payment of less than 10% of plaintiff’s pre-trial demand.

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Bob Pierce and Curt Dooling recently obtained a defense verdict on behalf of their client in a jury trial in Dukes County Superior Court on Martha’s Vineyard.

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For the 12th year in a row Pierce & Mandell, P.C.’s Bill Mandell, was a faculty member at the MCLE Annual Massachusetts Health and Hospital Law, 2-day conference on November 21 and 22, 2016.
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