Our Massachusetts office is conveniently located just north of Boston in historic downtown Salem.   We represent Massachusetts condominium associations and homeowners in a variety of matters including construction defect disputes and litigation, developer transition issues, budget matters, collection matters, amending and enforcing governing documents, vendor contract review, land use and zoning issues and claims under the consumer protection statutes Unfair and Deceptive Business Practices (M.G.L. c. 93A) and Home Improvement Contractor Act (M.G.L. c. 142A).  We also represent litigants in business, personal injury, contract disputes and other civil matters.


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Salem, Massachusetts 01970
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Massachusetts supreme court set to rule on anti-construction defect litigation provisions inserted by developers in condominium documents

On October 5, 2017, the Supreme Judicial Court heard oral argument in the matter of Trustees of the Cambridge Point Condominium Trust v. Cambridge Point, LLC, et al. (SJC-12327).  The Court’s decision will impact Massachusetts condominium association’s ability to pursue litigation against developers for, among other things, faulty construction.   The case concerns the enforceability … Continue reading “Massachusetts supreme court set to rule on anti-construction defect litigation provisions inserted by developers in condominium documents”

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