Update from Archstone Law Group
Massachusetts Food Allergy Regulations
Under the Massachusetts Food Allergy Awareness Act (“FAAA”), all food establishments that cook, prepare, or serve food intended for immediate consumption, either on or off the premises, are required to comply with regulations developed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. Many food establishments are not in compliance with the FAAA regulations, which were to be fully implemented by 2011.
To read the full article, click here Massachusetts Food Allergy Awareness Act.
Here’s a sampling of the transactions we have been involved in recently:
- Represented charitable organization in sale of urban property to charter school, and negotiation of related use and access agreement.
- Represented seller in $1 million sale of assets and real estate of metals testing company.
- Represented borrower in $6 million mortgage financing of suburban Boston medical office building.
Archstone Attorneys Speak at Conferences
Carol Phillips (profile) is a member of the faculty of Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education’s program on Representing Physicians, Health Care Providers & Medical Groups. She recently spoke about “Current Issues under the Stark Law, Peer Review and Patient Privilege Statutes and Regulations” at a program on February 12, 2013. Carol also spoke at the Resident Forum at Tufts Medical Center on May 15, 2013, and addressed medical residents about “Malpractice and Professionalism”.
Paul Faxon spoke at the June 13, 2013 Massachusetts Collaborative Law Council Members Meeting on “Applying Collaborative Law When Divorce and Family Business Collide.”