FA&E partner John Altomare, current Chair of the Seven Hills Foundation Board of Directors, does not just give lip service to the Seven Hills Global Outreach (SHGO). He recently traveled to Guatemala and, on a separate trip, to Haiti with other volunteers to assist those in need. [Read more…]
A District Court Judge for the United States District Court in Massachusetts has recently held that an employer is liable to pay commissions to a former employee even though the employer’s commission policy provided that commissions were not due to an employee who resigned. [Read more…]
Fusaro, Altomare & Ermilio (FAE) Partner, John N. Altomare has been named Director at Bay State Savings Bank. Bay State Savings Bank is a savings bank headquartered in downtown Worcester, Massachusetts. [Read more…]
In a recent decision, a Massachusetts Superior Court ruled that a liability waiver, a release of all claims signed before the plaintiff’s decedent participated in a particular program, did not protect the YMCA from a wrongful death claim. [Read more…]
Fusaro, Altomare & Ermilio (FAE) Partner, John N. Altomare is currently serving as the Chair of the Board of Directors for Seven Hills Foundation, a local non-profit with global outreach affiliates.
Fusaro, Altomare & Ermilio (FAE) Partner, John N. Altomare will serve as the Chairman of the Board for Seven Hills Foundation for the coming year. John most recently served as Vice-chairman of the Board for the non-profit. [Read more…]
The law firm of Fusaro, Altomare & Ermilio was recently featured in a book written by Vincent A. Lapomarda, S.J., S.T.L, Ph.D., an associate professor of history at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester. Professor Lapomarda’s book is entitled, “The Italians in Worcester County, Massachusetts.” [Read more…]
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.