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Seven Bernkopf Goodman attorneys recognized by Best Lawyers of America®

The national publication Best Lawyers of America has recognized seven Bernkopf Goodman LLP attorneys. Lydia G. Chesnick, Gary P. Lilienthal, Sheryl C. Starr, Martin C. Pomeroy, and April L. Wilmar...

By Bernkopf Goodman on 08.24.2020
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Estate Planning During a Pandemic Presents Tax Savings Window

This article was originally published on the Boston Business Journal's website.  View the article here. The current pandemic has caused death and created dire economic consequences — record unemployment, interest rates...

Boston Business Journal By Bernkopf Goodman on 07.16.2020
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If Your Client’s Home Turns into a Nightmare, Think of St. Thomas Aquinas (Article and Video)

The following blog post was originally posted on The Real Estate Bar Association for Massachusetts (REBA)  blog.  Read the original post here. Companion Video PowerPoint Presentation Even in the midst of a global...

By Bernkopf Goodman on 07.02.2020
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Lenders to start accepting PPP applications

The attorneys at Bernkopf Goodman are committed to guiding our clients through this uncertain time. We have spent the time to read the 880-page stimulus act in order to best...

Governor’s Order Could Overrule Boston, Cambridge Construction Bans

Governor Charlie Baker’s emergency order regarding the shutdown of non-essential businesses in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic authorizes construction to continue throughout Massachusetts and appears to supersede the suspension...

Bernkopf Goodman LLP to Present an Interactive Webinar on COVID-19’s Impact on the Massachusetts Construction Industry

As COVID-19 wreaks havoc over our daily lives, its impact on the construction industry has been particularly dramatic. Last week, the cities of Boston and Cambridge issued orders suspending virtually all...

Appeals Court Suspends Oral Arguments and Will Decide Cases on Briefs

In another first, in light of public health concerns arising from the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic and the state of emergency declared by the governor, the Massachusetts Appeals Court has ordered...

All In-Person Court Proceedings Are Suspended in Massachusetts

In a further effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus, Massachusetts’ highest court has decreed that, starting tomorrow, March 18, 2020 and continuing until at least April 6, 2020,...