A Massachusetts Superior Court judge recently ruled that a high school field hockey coach and the school may be liable in negligence for injuries caused by the coach’s failure to have his own player evaluated after an initial head injury and failure to report the nature of her injury afterward to parents, medical professionals or other school officials. [Read more…]
We all get involved in various types of conflicts and disputes throughout our business day. They can arise in all sorts of ways, including a dispute with a co-worker or an employee, a dispute with a vendor or supplier, a conflict with a competitor, a complaint or demand from a consumer of your product or service. [Read more…]
There is a stand of trees on the boundary line of your property. You know they are actually located on your neighbor’s side of the boundary. But, they are really growing high. They block light on your land and they seem a bit top-heavy. You would love to trim them back or top them off to reduce the shadow in your yard. [Read more…]
Patricia Altomare, Of Counsel attorney at FAE, just completed service as a presenter for a six-week program put on by the YWCA Central Massachusetts. The name of the program was “Couples Team Workout – Shaping a Strong Future with Chronic Illness.”
On September 6, 2014 the YMCA of Central Massachusetts celebrated its 150th year anniversary with a Gala Celebration at Mechanics Hall in Worcester. John was chosen as a “Voice of The Y” to speak to its 350 plus celebrants. [Read more…]
In May, 2014, John Altomare was recognized for his continued commitment to work in the Worcester and global communities. [Read more…]
A Massachusetts Superior Court judge ruled recently that a software executive, who received a cease-and-desist letter from his former employer, could not sue the employer for tortious interference with contract because the communication was protected by what is known as the absolute litigation privilege.
Fusaro, Altomare & Ermilio, in conjunction with the Seven Hills Global Outreach Foundation, recently contributed to a joint emergency gift to aid those suffering from the Ebola virus in the Bandawa region of Sierra Leone. Dr. David A. Jordan, President of the Seven Hills Foundation, who coordinated the effort and also contributed, sent along the following report and letter of thanks: