Authors: Jonathan B. Lewis and Nikki L. Barker The Defense of Trade Secrets Act (the “DTSA” or the “Act”) created a federal law which, for the first time, permits the owner of a trade secret to bring a private cause of action in federal court for misappropriation, encroachment, or stealing trade secrets. The DTSA was […]
“Supreme Court At-a-Glance” offers a monthly briefing of New Hampshire Supreme Court decisions. Attorney Jennifer Codding, a strategic litigator and senior counsel with Massey Law Group, authored the July 2019 edition of the column for the New Hampshire Bar News. Founded in 1873, the New Hampshire Bar Association serves the legal community, court system, and public […]
“We’re moving on our firm’s first anniversary! Our new office provides us with more space for our staff and continued growth. We truly appreciate our team’s hard work and dedication, our friends’ and colleagues’ referrals, and our clients’ confidence and trust to provide their legal representation,” said Starlett Massey, founding shareholder of Massey Law Group […]
Massey Law Group has introduced its parental leave policy, a full copy of which is documented below. Highlights of the trailblazing new policy include: Coverage that includes maternity, paternity, adoption, and surrogacy Leave time that can be split between pre-birth and post-birth Cash grant as gift to the new family member Policy provides for “leave […]
With decades of real estate experience and as a paralegal for more than 10 years, Chris Hieber delivers professional expertise — and more importantly, a high level of commitment to the MLG team and clients. He takes pride in offering his colleagues and our clients the same care he would show to family. We describe […]
Business law firm Massey Law Group (MLG) is a great place to work because of the amazing people who comprise our team. MLG’s first Staff Spotlight is dedicated to our paralegal Margie Lona. With 26 years of experience as a paralegal, Margie provides her expertise in business and real property to MLG and its clients. […]
When buying commercial property on which to operate your business, most attorneys in the United States will tell you to segregate the business operations for the business into a legal entity separate from the entity owning the real estate. Using one company for ownership of an operating business and a separate company that owns real property is an effective tool to protect the real estate from liabilities of the operating business.
Attorney Jennifer Codding, a strategic litigator and senior counsel with Massey Law Group, authored the article, “Supreme Court At-a-Glance,” for the New Hampshire Bar News. The article, which appeared in the July 2018 edition, is a monthly feature that briefs the New Hampshire Supreme Court decisions for the prior month.
FT. LAUDERDALE, FL, August 8, 2018 – Massey Law Group, P.A. (MLG), a law firm specializing in real property, business law and commercial litigation, today announced the opening of its new Broward County law office in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. MLG also welcomes Jonathan “JB” Lewis as the managing partner of the Broward County law office.
The Third District Court of Appeal’s recent decision in Rahimi v. Global Discoveries, Ltd., Case No. 3D16-2756, (August 1, 2018) is a significant development worth noting by banking institutions in Florida, surplus recovery firms and attorneys whose practices involve tax deed sales.