Goulston & StorrsThink Results
Search Site
advanced 
 
Search People
Search News
 
From: 
 
To: 
 
Search News
News / Events
Subscribe  |  RSS Feeds
Top Stories

E-commerce Is Changing the Definition of Retail Employment
Practice: Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
BlogThe retail landscape is in the midst of a mind-boggling – and fast-moving – evolution.  In a short amount of time, Americans have radically changed how they shop for things, utilizing multiple channels of shopping to meet their needs.  80% of Americans are now shopping online, and they utilize e-commerce for a wide range of...

Is Artificial Intelligence the Key to Retail Survival?
Practice: Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
BlogIn light of the sea change in the current retail landscape, which was punctuated by the recent acquisition of Whole Foods by Amazon, retailers today are forced to ask themselves: How will we combat disruption in our industry by giants like Amazon and its few peers? To what extent should we migrate to mobile shopping...

Happy 4th of July!
Practice: Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
BlogDuring this week, we pause to proudly celebrate freedom across the United States. Our blogging team will resume providing timely information about issues that may be facing the retail industry next week. Thank you for subscribing to our retail blog.  Have a safe and happy Fourth of July! Warm Wishes, The Retail Law Advisor editorial...

Massachusetts Courts Issue Key Decisions Concerning Zoning and Anti-SLAPP Law
Practice: Litigation, Real Estate, Real Estate Litigation
In Blanchard v. Steward Carney Hospital, SJC-12141 (May 23, 2017) (Slip Op.) the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court changed the framework used to determine whether a case should be dismissed under G.L. c. 231, § 59H, the anti-Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation (“anti-SLAPP”) statute. In Franson v. City of Woburn, 2016 WL 4778392 (Mass. Land Ct. Sept. 14, 2016), residents in the neighborhoods surrounding a parcel that was rezoned to allow for the construction of townhouses challenged the rezoning as illegal spot and contract zoning and as arbitrary and capricious. 

T&E Litigation Newsletter- 6/28/17
Practice: Probate & Fiduciary Litigation
In Roth v. Newpol et al., 91 Mass. App. Ct. 699 (May 31, 2017), the Appeals Court considered whether a residuary clause in a decedent’s last will and testament disposing of "any monies remaining in [her] estate" encompassed her one-half interest in a house in Boston where her brother lived before his death.

Advisories

View All»

Massachusetts Courts Issue Key Decisions Concerning Zoning and Anti-SLAPP Law
Practice: Litigation, Real Estate, Real Estate Litigation
In Blanchard v. Steward Carney Hospital, SJC-12141 (May 23, 2017) (Slip Op.) the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court changed the framework used to determine whether a case should be dismissed under G.L. c. 231, § 59H, the anti-Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation (“anti-SLAPP”) statute. In Franson v. City of Woburn, 2016 WL 4778392 (Mass. Land Ct. Sept. 14, 2016), residents in the neighborhoods surrounding a parcel that was rezoned to allow for the construction of townhouses challenged the rezoning as illegal spot and contract zoning and as arbitrary and capricious. 

T&E Litigation Newsletter- 6/28/17
Practice: Probate & Fiduciary Litigation
In Roth v. Newpol et al., 91 Mass. App. Ct. 699 (May 31, 2017), the Appeals Court considered whether a residuary clause in a decedent’s last will and testament disposing of "any monies remaining in [her] estate" encompassed her one-half interest in a house in Boston where her brother lived before his death.

Blogs

View All»

E-commerce Is Changing the Definition of Retail Employment
Practice: Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
BlogThe retail landscape is in the midst of a mind-boggling – and fast-moving – evolution.  In a short amount of time, Americans have radically changed how they shop for things, utilizing multiple channels of shopping to meet their needs.  80% of Americans are now shopping online, and they utilize e-commerce for a wide range of...

Is Artificial Intelligence the Key to Retail Survival?
Practice: Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
BlogIn light of the sea change in the current retail landscape, which was punctuated by the recent acquisition of Whole Foods by Amazon, retailers today are forced to ask themselves: How will we combat disruption in our industry by giants like Amazon and its few peers? To what extent should we migrate to mobile shopping...

Interactive Media

View All»

Common Misconceptions About Risk Management and Insurance CoverageVideoWatch this brief video to learn more about the common misconceptions about risk management and insurance coverage for businesses.

Master Planning: The Catalyst for Long-Term SuccessVideoIn this quick video, Maureen Dwyer and Matthew Kiefer discuss Master Planning for Universities and Colleges.

Press Releases

View All»

2017 Chambers USA Guide Recognizes 10 Market-Leading Goulston & Storrs Practices and 29 Leading Individual Lawyers
Practice: Banking & Finance, Bankruptcy & Restructuring, Business & Commercial Litigation, DC Land Use, Zoning & Historic Preservation, Development/Land Use, Employment, Environmental, Hospitality & Recreation, Land Use, Litigation, Private Client & Trust, Real Estate, Real Estate Finance, Retail, Restaurant & Consumer, Retailers Entering the US
Goulston & Storrs is pleased to announce that the well regarded legal directory, Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, has recognized in its 2017 edition 10 of the firm’s market-leading practices and 29 leading individual lawyers across its U.S. offices.  

Five Goulston & Storrs Attorneys Named 2017 Washington DC Super Lawyers and Rising StarsGoulston & Storrs is pleased to announce that the legal directory, Super Lawyers, has again ranked several individual lawyers in its Washington, DC office.

Publications / Mentions

View All»

Drafting Irrevocable Trusts in Massachusetts, MCLE

Intellectual Property Insights Roundtable
Practice: IP Litigation
In conjunction with Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Goulston & Storrs hosted the Intellectual Property Insights Roundtable. Goulston & Storrs’ Jennifer Furey and Andrew O’Connor welcomed panelists Nicholas M. Boivin (Ipsen), D. Alexander Ewing (LiquiGlide) and Kenneth P. Zwicker (Boston University) for a spirited discussion around trends they are seeing with the aftermath of Alice, best practices on global patent strategies, the “Patent Prosecution Highway”, the Defend Trade Secrets Act and more.
people|practices / industries|clients|about us|news / events|join us|rss sign-up|terms of use|site map

© 2017 Goulston & Storrs PC. All Rights Reserved.

Attorney Advertising. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.