On February 12th, Holtz & Reed joined the Boston Bar Association in hosting a panel discussion on appellate advocacy, providing practitioners a wealth of practical advice from Hon. David A.… Continue reading.
Massachusetts Appeals Courts Affirms Summary Judgment Victory for MGH in Lopez v. Massachusetts General Hospital
On June 14, 2017, following an appellate effort led by Jay Sullivan, Patrick Foley, and Matthew Wahrer of Holtz & Reed, the Massachusetts Appeals Court issued its decision in Lopez… Continue reading.
In its January 21, 2016 edition, Mass Lawyers Weekly featured an article about the ethical implications of bartering legal services authored by Holtz & Reed’s Jay Sullivan:
On January 27, 2016, Jay Sullivan and Patrick Foley of Holtz & Reed obtained a defense jury verdict for Brigham and Women’s Hospital in an employment case tried in federal court. The… Continue reading.
On January 19, 2016, the Massachusetts Federal District Court (Casper, J.) allowed (in full) the Bills of Costs filed by Holtz & Reed and their co-counsel, Edward Mahoney, John P.… Continue reading.
Jay Sullivan, Patrick Foley, and Matt Wahrer of Holtz & Reed recently prevailed on a motion for summary judgment in Suffolk Superior Court, resulting in the dismissal of all claims… Continue reading.
The latest chapter of Shervin v. Partners Healthcare System, et al., a case Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly has labeled an “epic gender bias case,” ended in a decisive victory for Partners… Continue reading.
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly has named Herb Holtz, co-founder of Holtz & Reed LLP, a “2014 Lawyer of the Year.” The feature section, set to appear in the January 19th edition, focuses… Continue reading.
Herb Holtz and Tom Reed Cited in Selection of Noteworthy Cases from Mass. Superior Court Business Litigation Session’s 15th Anniversary
On November 18, 2014, the Boston Bar Association and the New England Law Foundation commemorated the 15th Anniversary of the Massachusetts Superior Court Business Litigation Session. In its 15-year history,… Continue reading.
On December 3, 2014, the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination denied a plaintiff’s appeal and affirmed a hearing officer’s ruling which dismissed the plaintiff’s handicap discrimination claims against a Boston teaching… Continue reading.