Borrower beware: early construction and mechanic’s lien coverage

This article, written by attorney Kathleen O’Neill Burgener, was originally published by New England Biz Law Update and can be found here. Construction loans are different from other mortgage loans 

Author: Kathleen O’Neill Burgener
Category: Article

Sheehan Phinney Earns Top Rankings by Chambers USA for 2022

(6/6/2022, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney has once again received the highest rankings in New Hampshire for 2022 by Chambers USA, a prestigious directory of the country’s top law firms. 

Author: Liz Teasck
Category: Firm News

COVID-19 Construction Update

CLIENT ALERT By: John Perten March 26, 2020 Governor Baker’s emergency order shutting down all brick and mortar businesses went into effect at noon on 3/24. As previously reported, the 

Author: John H. Perten
Category: Alert

Construction Bond Claims, Mechanics Liens, and COVID-19

CLIENT ALERT By: John Perten March 26, 2020 It is likely that with the COVID-19 crisis, many projects will be delayed or cancelled. It is also likely that given the 

Author: John H. Perten
Category: Alert

Massachusetts Changes Public Bid Laws

CLIENT ALERT By Janet B. Fierman On November 7, 2016, Chapter 218 of the Act of 2016, “An Act modernizing Municipal Finance and Government”, became effective. Among other things, Sections 

Author: Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green
Category: Uncategorized

Seven Deadly Sins for Design Pros

Here are some of the most important issues commonly encountered by design professionals in basic owner-design professional agreements: Read the full story here.               

Author: Peter S. Cowan
Category: Article