West Springfield Administrative Law Lawyer, Massachusetts


Robert A. DiTusa

Alcoholic Beverages, Age Discrimination, Affirmative Action, Administrative Law
Status:  In Good Standing           

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Jeanne S Morris

Administrative Law, State Government, Life & Health
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  33 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Anzalone v. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE OF THE TRIAL COURT

Prior to 2001, the statute governing the appointment of probation officers provided, in relevant part: "Subject to appropriation, the [CJAM] may appoint, dismiss and assign such probation officers to the several sessions of the trial court as he deems necessary." GL c. 276, § 83, as ...

Everett v. The 357 Corp.

... DOT regulations require drivers who wish to overturn adverse medical evaluations to appeal from the decision to the DOT. [9] While the administrative appeal is pending, the driver is deemed 591 not medically qualified to operate commercial motor vehicles. ...

Haslam's Case

... In this case, an administrative judge of the Department of Industrial Accidents concluded that, while the accident occurred during the employee's commute home, the employee's injuries were compensable because the employee's "utter exhaustion due to work-caused sleep ...