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Pierce & Mandell Sponsor St. Camillus Health Center Golf Tournament

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Pierce & Mandell was  a proud sponsor of the third annual St. Camillus Health Center golf tournament held at Blissful Meadows Country Club in Uxbridge on May 24.  The tournament raised thousands of dollars for St. Camillus, a non-profit facility located in Whitinsville that provides rehabilitation, skilled nursing and short and long term care to the poor, sick and elderly.  Pierce & Mandell lawyers Robert Kirby, Bill Mandell, Michael Fee and Scott Zanolli braved challenging weather conditions in support of this very worthy charitable endeavor.

Pierce & Mandell, P.C. – Proud Sponsor of Boston Bar Association’s Law Day Celebration

Monday, May 23, 2016

Justice Rebecca Kourlis, founder of the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System, spoke on reforming legal education and expanding access to justice at the BBA’s Law Day dinner.  She was seen chatting with Bob Pierce.

Attorney Curtis B. Dooling Admitted to Supreme Court Bar - Boston, MA

Monday, May 16, 2016

On Monday, May 2, 2016 Pierce & Mandell, P.C. attorney Curtis B. Dooling was admitted to the Bar of the United States Supreme Court. Dooling was admitted along with fellow alumni of New England Law | Boston, where he graduated in 2006 and where he is an Adjunct Professor of Legal Research and Writing. United States Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts administered the oath to Dooling and his fellow admittees.

Dooling is also admitted to practice in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts and the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Dooling is a litigator with a focus on tort litigation, real estate and land use litigation and commercial litigation.

House and Senate Pass BBA Bill Promoting Development

Monday, May 16, 2016

Michael C. Fee recently assisted the Boston Bar Association’s lobbying efforts in support of House and Senate Bills designed to clarify the scope of General Laws Chapter 40A, § 7, and codify the principle that non-compliant structures and uses that survive applicable statutes of limitations should be granted the status of a pre-existing, non-conforming structure or use, subject to the protections of G.L. c. 40A, § 6.

Michael testified before the Judiciary Committee, worked with Senate Ways and Means Committee staff, and conferred with Senator Keenan in an effort to move the bills forward.

The Senate version, S. 2259, passed last week, and the legislature is currently in the process of reconciling it with a House version (H. 3611) which passed last June. Click here to read the BBA’s press release on these endeavors.

Michael Fee served as a Boston Bar Association representative to the land Court

Thursday, May 05, 2016

Michael Fee served as a Boston Bar Association representative to the land Court’s Alternative Litigation Options Working Group. The Group has recently proposed rule changes designed to make litigation in that court more speedy, efficient and less costly.




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