By Chris Villani (January 3, 2021, 12:02 PM EST) -- An unprecedented year brought new types of litigation to the Massachusetts legal landscape while also delaying in-person jury trials and other cases that had been tracking toward a resolution in 2020, setting up a jam-packed Bay State court calendar in 2021.
Observers have their eyes on a number of significant cases in the new year, including an attempt by the state attorney general to pry data from Facebook Inc., a challenge to an automotive ballot question passed overwhelmingly by voters in November, and litigation tied to the COVID-19 pandemic that is testing the limits of older statutes.
There are also some...
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