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"New England Sails Ahead," Shopping Center Business
Practice: Real Estate, Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
PDFGoulston & Storrs director Nancy Davids quoted in the July 2014 issue of Shopping Center Business.

"Blame it on the ROO: Form 1023-EZ and Decline of EO Determinations," Tax Notes
Practice: Private Client & Trust, Tax
PDFGoulston & Storrs attorney Brad Bedingfield writes article for the July 14, 2014 issue of Tax Notes.  

"How Do Photonics Startups Start?," SPIE Professional
Practice: Export Controls & Economic Sanctions
Goulston & Storrs director Kerry Scarlott mentioned in July 2014 issue of SPIE Professional magazine.

"The Art and Science of Updating REAs," Probate and Property
Practice: Real Estate
PDFGoulston & Storrs director David Rabinowitz co-authors article for the ABA's Probate & Property magazine.

"Trends in M&A Provisions: Stand-alone Indemnities," Bloomberg BNA Mergers & Acquisitions Law Report
Practice: Corporate, Mergers & Acquisitions, What's Market?
In addition to the general indemnities, parties to M&A agreements often also negotiate separate ‘‘standalone’’ indemnities - - indemnities which cover specific topics separate and apart from the general indemnities, and usually without reference to an underlying breach of representations, warranties or covenants. This article, written by Goulston & Storrs director Daniel Avery and Lilly Huang, Associate General Counsel with Boston University’s Office of the General Counsel, examines the prevalence of stand-alone indemnities in private company M&A transactions and trends in that usage.

"Is revitalized retail on the way for Rte. 9 in Shrewsbury?," Worcester Business Journal
Practice: Real Estate, Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
Goulston & Storrs director Karen O'Malley quoted in Worcester Business Journal article regarding Shrewsbury's Route 9 retail district. 

“Breakfast Battles Cook Up Copyright, Trademark Questions,” Law 360
Practice: Intellectual Property, Trademarks & Domain Names
Jennifer Furey and Matthew Horvitz write Law360 article titled, "Breakfast Battles Cook Up Copyright, Trademark Questions."

"So you want to be a lawyer?," Boston Business JournalDoug Husid, co-managing director of Goulston & Storrs, quoted in Boston Business Journal article titled, "So you want to be a lawyer?"

Be Careful What You Wish For: Super Nova 330 LLC v. Gazes and the Termination of Leases by Warrants of Eviction Under New York Law, Shopping Center Legal Update
Practice: Bankruptcy & Restructuring, Retail, Restaurant & Consumer
PDFGoulston & Storrs attorneys Douglas Rosner and Timothy Carter publish article for the Spring 2014 issue of Shopping Center Legal Update.  

New E-Discovery Rules Bring Changes, Challenges and Cutting Edge Discovery Issues to Trust and Estate Litigation
Practice: Litigation, Private Client & Trust, Probate & Fiduciary Litigation
T&E practitioners may think that the new Massachusetts rules governing electronically stored information (“ESI”) do not apply to their practice, but they would be wrong. The new rules do apply and likely will bring big changes to T&E litigation. Mark Swirbalus and Marshall Senterfitt, both of Goulston & Storrs' Probate and Fiduciary Litigation Group, explain in a recent post to the Boston Bar Association's Trusts and Estates Section blog.
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