RIW Shareholder Mike Rosen joins the Board of Directors of the Downtown North Association.
Month: August 2015
RIW congratulates our colleague Bradley Croft on his selection as Massachusetts Construction Law “Lawyer of the Year” by Best Lawyers in America 2015. This designation is conferred upon a single attorney in Massachusetts. Best Lawyers is based on a peer-review survey in which nearly 50,000 leading attorneys cast nearly five million votes on the legal abilities of other lawyers in their practice areas. Mr. Croft represents…
RIW Construction Lawyer Brad Croft Participating in Webinar on Construction Contracts. Click here for program details.
Trademark and copyright attorney Stacey Friends, as co-chair of the Arts, Entertainment and Sports Law committee of the Boston Bar Association, along with Dan Deutsch and Dan Wallach who chair the Appellate Advocacy Committee, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section of the ABA, organized this panel. The panel will be moderated by Sports Illustrated’s Michael…
RIW represents purchaser in $11,500,000 acquisition of Life is Good property at 283-285 Newbury Street, Boston.
Boston Business Journal article featuring expansion plans for RIW client Wahlburgers. Click here to read full article.
A new round of startup companies just moved into the PayPal Start Tank space at 1 International Place in Boston, and once again, Stacey Friends and Gene Landy will be a part of their mentoring team. Stacey and Gene host “Office Hours” at the Start Tank, where they answer questions and provide IP and corporate legal advice to the…
RIW’s Christopher Agostino to speak at REBA meeting on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at noon. The meeting is for REBA members and will take place at Rackemann, Sawyer & Brewster, P.C. located at 160 Federal Street, 15th Floor, Boston.
RIW Represents Lessee in Quincy 17,500sf Office Space Lease. Click here to read full article.
Congratulations to Dave Robinson who was appointed by the Board of Bar Overseers as a hearing officer effective January 1, 2014. A hearing officer acts as part of a three-person panel, which makes factual findings and discipline recommendations, in formal disciplinary proceedings against attorneys alleged to have committed misconduct. Hearing officers serve a three-year term.