June 27, 2016

Boston.Com June 24, 2016 by Adam Vaccaro Boston Mayor Marty Walsh may push state lawmakers to allow the city to create its own rules governing Uber and Lyft drivers, which would not be possible under a proposed law governing the ride-for-hire industry released by the Senate this week. The bill from the Senate includes language …

May 18, 2016

JD Supra May 17, 2016 by Seth Jaffe Last week, Judge John Agostini ruled that the Natural Gas Act preempts Article 97 of the Massachusetts Constitution, which otherwise would have required a 2/3 vote of the Legislature before Article 97 land could be conveyed to Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company for construction …

May 10, 2016

The Berkshire Eagle May 10, 2016 by Jim Therrien PITTSFIELD — A Berkshire Superior Court judge has upheld Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co.’s authority to access a 2.3-mile section of Otis State Forest in Sandisfield as part of a gas pipeline upgrade project but has stayed that order until July 29. Judge …

May 9, 2016

The Berkshire Eagle News May 7, 2016 by Colin A. Young BOSTON >> When House Speaker Robert DeLeo met with reporters after his party’s caucus on Jan. 27, he had Reps. Dan Cullinane and Harold Naughton in tow to discuss a bill the House planned to pass that afternoon. Filed by …