• Partner Kristin Knuuttila Discusses Receivers in MATA Journal

    Posted on April 28, 2017

    Kristin Knuuttila, a trial attorney who specializes in representing victims of child sexual abuse and sexual assault, discusses the benefits of using a receiver to collect judgments against individuals in the most recent issue of the Massachusetts Association of Trial Attorneys Journal. Click here to read the full…

  • Prince Lobel Welcomes Domestic Relations Attorney Amelia H. Leas

    Posted on April 27, 2017

    An expert in family law, Leas will assist children and families with a variety of domestic relations issues  Family law attorney Amelia H. Leas has joined Prince Lobel’s Domestic Relations Practice Group.  Leas brings to the firm a wealth of experience in divorce and child custody matters, including visitation,…

  • Jeffrey Pyle Quoted in ThinkProgress on Implications of a Wikileaks Investigation

    Posted on April 26, 2017

    This week, partner Jeffrey J. Pyle of the Media and First Amendment Practice Group was quoted in political blog ThinkProgress, discussing what a possible federal investigation into Wikileaks might mean for freedom of the press.  “If this is true,” said Pyle, “this could be a very, very…

  • Emojis & Enforceability: Does Electronic Communication Have a Place in Contract Law?

    Posted on April 24, 2017

    These days, texting has become acceptable shorthand for communicating with almost everyone.  Often, the content of a text doesn’t even include actual words; why type out a word when you can express yourself with an ever-growing collection of emojis?  However, in this hot real estate market,…

  • Prince Lobel Welcomes Former Ambassador Robert Cushman Barber to Corporate Law Practice

    Posted on April 7, 2017

    Corporate attorney Barber returns to Boston from Iceland, will assist local and foreign businesses Robert Cushman Barber, former United States Ambassador to Iceland, has joined Prince Lobel Tye LLP as a partner in the Corporate Practice Group.  Barber, who led the U.S. Embassy Reykjavik from January 2015…

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