Massachusetts Lawyer Alan Segal – In the News
Alan Segal had the recent privilege to attend the Academy Awards with his son Evan and daughter Jennifer. Here’s the reference in Heresay – The Massachusetts Lawyer Weekly newsletter. Click to enlarge.
Massachusetts Lawyer’s Weekly, a leading industry publication, has selected Attorney Alan Segal as a quotable source of news stories from Massachusetts’ top legal minds. Noted by the publication as an expert in the areas of Massachusetts Business Formation, Real Estate… [ Read More ]
Attorney Alan Segal is a guest on the radio show, Mind Your Own Business (MYOB). In this video segment Alan discusses business formations. You may listen to Alan’s entire radio segment here.
FTC Offers Home Buyers Advice on Choosing Real Estate Services Home buyers today have a wide variety of choices when it comes to real estate services. The Federal Trade Commission has tips for considering a real estate professional and using… [ Read More ]
A large Massachusetts-based property management company and several related associates may be subject to a significant penalty for violating federal lead paint disclosure laws. Notifying prospective tenants about potential lead paint hazards in housing helps parents protect young children from… [ Read More ]
A Massachusetts resident was unsuccessful in bringing a personal injury claim against a decreased homeowner’s estate. The plaintiff says that bad maintenance of his property when the defendant was alive caused an accident just a couple of months after his… [ Read More ]
Alan Segal Represents Iraq Veteran Capt. Michelle Jacobs, a registered nurse with the Army Reserves, may bring a civil suit against Barkan Management, which owns the complex, for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act, according to her attorney, Alan Segal.
Insurers Won’t Touch Lead, So Landlords Live in Legal Limbo (opens PDF document) Alan H. Segal quoted in this Banker and Tradesman online article … “If there’s no coverage, then the landlord is in big trouble.”
Internet Document Recording (opens PDF document) Deeds, mortgages, and other documents can now be recorded over a secure internet connection. The Law Office of Alan H. Segal in Needham was the first to use Simplifile to electronically record with the… [ Read More ]
FTC Offers New Publication for Homeowners A new publication from the FTC has information that could help consumers save their homes and recognize and avoid foreclosure scams. The publication, “Mortgage Payments Sending You Reeling? Here’s What To Do,” explains different… [ Read More ]