Category: Civil Litigation

Action for Adverse Possession and Quiet Title to Land

Duclos v. O’Leary et al. Middlesex Superior Court 2013-00642 Successful action to quite title to client’s Marlborough property. Property had never undergone probate after the last owner with clear title passed away in 1943, and client had received defective deeds in 1981 from the “then-known” heirs.

Breach of Contract for Non-Payment

G.S. Redlon & Sons vs. Intech, Inc. Marlborough District Court C.A. 200921CV345 Successfully prosecuted and proved at trial general contractor’s claims that it was due its contract balance for nonpayment, and successfully defended against owner’s claims that general contractor did not complete its work and perform in a workmanlike manner. The jury found the general […]

Prosecuting Public Payment Bond Claim

Miles Johnston d/b/a Johnston Drywall v Jan Five Corp. d/b/a Alexandra Construction, National Union Fire Insurance Company of Pittsburg and Hartford Fire Insurance Company Middlesex Superior Court C.A. MICV2002-04098 Successfully prosecuted subcontractor’s claims pursuant to M.G.L. c. 149 § 29 to judgment, and successfully defended delay claims and improper work claims by general contractor. Subcontractor […]