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  • Twenty years ago Englander & Chicoine P.C. represented aquaculture farmers who had been sued for trespass and a creative legal strategy won the day. The story continues - Cape Cod Times, March 2019. Read More.

  • Denise Chicoine presents for Clear Law Institute on Massachusetts Non-Compete Update, December 2018: See PDF of Presentation l Listen to the Audio

  • Planning agency can challenge foreclosure – Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, December 2018. Read More.

  • Foreclosing Lenders’ Duties to Holders of Affordable Housing Covenants - Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts, December 2018. Read More.

  • Access to the Shore on a Plan Doesn’t Imply Usual Beach Rights. Read More.

  • Superior Court Upholds Agreement Between Boston Red Sox and BPDA. Read More.

  • First-Time Home Buying De-Mystified. Read More.

  • Attorney Englander will discuss his recent Appeals Court victory in a case
    involving shared parking between two condominium associations at 12 p.m. on April 21 at the Boston Bar Association. Read More.

  • Englander, Leggett & Chicoine, P.C., has changed its name to Englander & Chicoine P.C.



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