Real estate investment manager TA Realty LLC said Monday that it has acquired a 184-unit residential property in Swampscott, Massachusetts, for $67 million, on behalf of a separate account relationship it has with a state pension fund.
A former guitarist for the band Boston told a federal jury Monday that the trademark suit against him has made him "radioactive" in the music industry and nearly depleted his retirement savings.
The federal government on Friday asked a Massachusetts federal judge to reinstate criminal charges against three former New England Compounding Center pharmacists who were indicted for their part in a fatal 2012 meningitis outbreak, saying the judge based his decision to toss the charges on incorrect assumptions about the prosecution’s evidence.
Bundling cases for trial has become a favored tool of judges shepherding intractable multidistrict litigation, but Boston Scientific and others are starting to push back, arguing that the efficiency of the process is outweighed by the confusion of mixing cases that are not identical.
A Massachusetts federal judge on Friday refused to certify to the First Circuit an appeal of her September ruling that the federal government's suit against Boston and Maine Corp. seeking costs associated with the cleanup of an area around the Fort Devens Superfund site isn't time barred.
The founder of the band Boston on Friday downplayed a guitarist's role in forming the legendary rock group but came under withering cross-examination about his motives for filing the trademark suit against him in Massachusetts federal court.
Private equity-backed golf equipment maker and Titleist brand owner Acushnet Holdings Corp. raised $329 million after pricing its initial public offering below range Thursday, while two technology issuers raised $253 million Friday, concluding a busy week that represents the last flurry of deals before Election Day.
ExxonMobil Corp. on Thursday urged a Texas federal judge to stand by his decision that Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey should be made to participate in jurisdictional discovery to determine whether her investigation into the oil giant’s knowledge of climate change was launched in bad faith.
A Massachusetts judge Wednesday gave the go-ahead to a class action suit alleging Avis Budget Car Rental LLC misclassified employees as managers to avoid paying them overtime.
Two pharmaceutical companies are still locked in a false advertising and trademark feud over a colonoscopy bowel preparation drug, after a Massachusetts federal judge said Tuesday that there were still factual questions about whether one company’s use of a newsletter article was misleading.
A Massachusetts federal judge on Wednesday kept alive a proposed class action accusing college and career planning company ACT Inc. of peppering businesses with illegal fax advertisements, saying ACT can't escape the suit by strategically offering a full settlement to only the named plaintiffs before class certification.
Venture capital-backed biotech company Ra Pharmaceuticals announced Wednesday it has raised $92 million in its initial public offering, within its planned range but with a higher share count than planned.
A New York judge on Wednesday ordered PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP to comply with a state attorney general subpoena for documents related to an investigation into whether Exxon Mobil Corp. lied to investors about climate-change-related risks to its business.
A former Staples associate general counsel joined Jones Day's Boston office on Monday to serve as partner in the cybersecurity, privacy and data protection and government regulation practices.
A Tennessee surgical center Friday told a Massachusetts federal judge that attorneys’ confusion over a state law isn’t a good excuse to keep 15 suits from being tossed from multidistrict litigation over the 2012 fatal meningitis outbreak linked to a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy.
A former bandmate violated trademark law and his contract when he teamed up with a Massachusetts car magnate and held himself out as an "original member" of the band Boston, the music group's founder told a federal jury Monday in the city the band was named after.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Monday issued its final $613 million cleanup plan for a PCB-polluted 125-mile stretch of the Housatonic River from Massachusetts through Connecticut, for which General Electric Co. is responsible.
I’m not a huge fan of the term “rainmaker,” as I think it connotes someone doing something on his or her own. In reality, the opposite is true — no one who generates any meaningful amount of business can do so on their own, says Christian Atwood, partner at Choate Hall & Stewart LLP.
A businessman from the United Arab Emirates and his son asked a Massachusetts federal court Friday to toss health records giant Cerner Corp.'s bid to nab the proceeds of a condo the pair sold, part of the company’s efforts to enforce a $63 million foreign arbitration award.
The Maine Indian Tribal-State Commission should not get extra time to prepare a brief it has no place filing in the first place concerning a First Circuit challenge to a decision limiting the Penobscot Nation’s reservation boundaries, the state said Thursday.