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Contractor Prevails at Trial on Breach of Contract Claims and Gets Legal Fees Awarded

Our contractor/real estate developer client was sued in New Hampshire state court by the owner for breach of a of a $2 million design/build contract. Our client also asserted a counterclaim for breach of contract claim. Each party asserted claims for breach of the implied duty of good faith and fair dealing Following a three-day trial, the Court ruled in our client's favor for $395,000 and legal fees of approximately $91,000 stemming from the plaintiff's bad faith conduct. The matter is currently on appeal to the New Hampshire Supreme Court. [Rudyak et al v. Bearfoot Creek, LLC and Cheboygan Properties, LLC, Carroll County, NH Superior Court, Docket No. 212-2016,CV-00002]

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Andrew Nevas appears before Connecticut Supreme Court regarding COVID rent dispute

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Patent Litigation: Mesenchymal Stem Cells

Represented small biotech company and two academic researchers against large pharmaceutical company in dispute over inventorship of several patents relating to mesenchymal stem cells and their uses, as well as defending against numerous state...

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Make Your Own Law with Tom Bean

On March 2, attorney Tom Bean appeared on a Pod617 - The Boston Podcast Network episode, "Make Your Own Law with Tom Bean." He discusses what it takes to get a proposed law on...

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The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Clarifies the Contours of the Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrine in Internal Investigations

In Attorney General v. Facebook, Inc. , No. SJC-12496 (March 24, 2021), [i] the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court clarified the scope of protection afforded by the attorney-client privilege and the work product doctrine to...

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Domestic Discovery for Foreign Arbitrations? – Now It’s the Supreme Court’s Turn

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Early Asset Forfeiture Is Key Part Of Criminal Defense Plans

Verrill attorney David Lazarus was recently published in Law360 for his article "Early Asset Forfeiture Is Key Part Of Criminal Defense Plans." In the article Lazarus explains "asset forfeiture is a component of almost...

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Patent Litigation: Semiconductors

Represented semiconductor manufacturer in patent case against competitor in litigation in U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware, in which both sides asserted patents relating to power management and A-D converters; conducted Markman...

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Verrill Trial Attorney Marie Mueller Elected as Partner

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Patent Litigation: NPEs

Represented many companies over the years in patent litigations brought by numerous non-practicing entities, including in U.S. District Courts for the Eastern District of Texas, District of Delaware and Northern District of California; aggressively...

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Press Release: Rackemann Attorneys Named to the Inaugural “Top Lawyers” List by Boston Magazine

Boston, MA, December 1, 2021 — Boston law firm Rackemann, Sawyer & Brewster announces that Ellen M. Harrington (Trusts and Estates Law) and Brian M. Hurley (Real Estate Law) were selected by their peers...

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