Misclasification of Employees in Massachusetts

Massachusetts employment misclasification lawyer, Alan Fanger explains the misclasification of an employee as an independent contractor.

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How To Choose A Litigation Attorney

Boston litigation attorney, Alan Fanger reviews the strengths and qualities of a good litigation attorney.

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Remedies for Purchase and Sale Agreements

Boston real estate litigation attorney, Alan Fanger explains remedies for the buyer of real estate in the event the seller trys to breach the Purchase and Sale Agreement in Massachusetts.

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MA New Construction Litigation – Warranty Remedies

Attorney Alan Fanger reviews the warranties and remedies available to owners who find construction problems or major defects with their newly constructed home or building. Attorney Alan Fanger is a Massachusetts litigation attorney with offices in Wellesley. He serves the…

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Records Policy For Your Massachusetts Business

Attorney Alan Fanger discusses the importance of records policy for your Massachusetts business. Attorney Alan Fanger is a Massachusetts attorney with offices in Wellesley. He serves the entire Greater Boston and Boston metrowest region including Norfolk County, Suffolk County, Middlesex…

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What is a deposition and how do you prepare for it?

A deposition is a process where you sit and answer questions under oath from the attorney representing the other side in the case. The deposition usually takes place at the office at the lawyer of the other side. There is…

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What is arbitration?

Arbitration is an efficient user friendly process. The whole point of arbitration is to get disputes wraped up in a way that is fast and convienent for the partys. Watch Alan’s video to learn more about the arbitration process in…

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What is professional malpractice in Massachusetts?

Malpractice is defined as the failure to adhere to the “standard of care” for a particular profession. In order to prove malpractice in Massachusetts, a plaintiff (the person bringing the lawsuit) needs to establish two things: 1. That the plaintiff…

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Challenging a Will in Massachusetts – What is Undue Influence?

A very common legal matter in Probate litigation is a Will Contest. This is when an interested party challenges the validity of a Will. The question of Undue influence often arises — Did someone close to the deceased convince him…

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