Anderson & Kreiger’s Mina Makarious to Speak at the National Airports Conference

Anderson & Kreiger is pleased to participate in the National Airports Conference on October 9-11, 2022, in Orlando, Florida. The conference brings together airport legal… Read More

Anderson & Kreiger Welcomes Matthew Bowser and Marissa Grenon to the Firm

Matthew Bowser and Marissa Grenon, two of the firm’s 2021 Summer Associates, returned to the firm as Associates in September 2022. Matthew rejoins Anderson &… Read More

Four Anderson & Kreiger Lawyers to Speak at the 2022 Airports Council International North America (ACI-NA) Annual Conference

Anderson & Kreiger is pleased to participate in the Legal Affairs Committee Workshop of the Airports Council International-North America (ACI-NA) 2022 Annual Conference on September… Read More

Anderson & Kreiger’s Melissa C. Allison to Receive American Cancer Society’s Judicial Advocacy Initiative Award in Washington, DC

Melissa Allison is honored to receive the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network’s Judicial Advocacy Initiative (“JAI”) award in Washington D.C. this week. ACS CAN,… Read More

Update: Commonwealth Issues Final Housing Choice Guidelines

On August 10, 2022, the Executive Office of Housing & Economic Development (“EOHED”) and Department of Housing and Community Development (“DHCD”) issued final guidelines… Read More

Three Anderson & Kreiger Lawyers Receive “Lawyer of the Year” Awards from Best Lawyers®; 20 Lawyers Recognized

Nina L. Pickering-Cook, Scott P. Lewis, and George A. Hall, Jr. were all recognized as 2023 “Lawyer of the Year” honorees in Boston by Best… Read More

D.C. Circuit Upholds Remote ID Rules for Drones

On July 29, 2022, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit upheld rules set by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requiring drones… Read More

Legislative Privilege Recognized in Massachusetts

Under a longstanding doctrine known as legislative immunity, legislators are generally immune from liability for their official acts.  A derivative doctrine, legislative privilege, creates a… Read More

A Little Notice Goes a Long Way

Any municipality must give notice of hearings on requests for zoning relief.  Defective notice, however, does not necessarily send a municipality back to the drawing… Read More

Fifteen Students Receive Anderson & Kreiger Legal Diversity Fund Awards

Anderson & Kreiger has awarded a total of $100,000 to law school and college students who have demonstrated financial need and also identify as members… Read More