Construction Law Issues Discussed at MMLA’s April Meeting

The topic of the Association’s April meeting was “Protecting the Public Owner:  Alternative Delivery Systems, Essential Contractual Protections and What’s Next  The Proposals of the Construction Reform Working Group and Their Likely Impacts on the Public Owner.”   The panelists discussed construction law issues as they relate to the public owner.  Panelists included Chris Petrini, Town counsel of Framingham, Heather White, Assistant Town Counsel from Framingham, Brian O’Donnell from the Inspector General’s Office and Angela Atchue of the City of Boston.  The program was followed by MMLA’s annual business meeting at which next year’s CSTCA’s officers and Executive Board were elected.  The membership also voted to approve the reorganization that included incorporation under Chapter 180 of the General Laws, and a name change from “City Solicitors & Town Counsel Association” to “Massachusetts Municipal Lawyers Association.”  The meeting was held at Sals’ in  Lawrence.

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