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BOSTON OFFICE OF CONSUMER AFFAIRS AND LICENSING HANDING OUT SERIOUS SUSPENSIONS FOR DANCING IN BARS

The Mayor’s Office of Consumer Affairs and Licensing, which regulates all entertainment licenses in Boston from the use of televisions to rock concerts, has been cracking down on unlicensed dancing in bars in recent months.  Under Massachusetts law, any club, restaurant or other establishment must obtain a license to allow its patrons to dance on its premises. M.G.L.A. 140 § Continue Reading...
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Can “Assistant Managers” Render A Restaurant Strictly Liable For Sexual Harassment?: PART II

In a recent trial in which this firm represented the restaurant and its owners against a claim that an alleged “assistant manager” so severely sexually harassed a waitress that the employee was criminally convicted of indecent sexual assault, it was left to a jury to decide the question of fact as to whether the alleged “assistant manager” performed such tasks Continue Reading...
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Can “Assistant Managers” Render A Restaurant Strictly Liable For Sexual Harassment?: PART I

Restaurants, like other businesses, are generally operated through a corporation or limited liability company, which owns all the assets of the business, including the restaurant’s liquor license.  The shareholders or members of the corporate entity sometimes participate on the management of the restaurant’s business, but often times such management is delegated to an employee manager.  It is the well-established law Continue Reading...
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TURNER’S SEAFOOD SEEKS EXPANSION IN DANVERS

Another Restaurant Seeking To Acquire Its Liquor License from the State Legislature, this Time in Danvers Under Massachusetts law, each municipality is limited in the number of liquor licenses it is authorized to issue based upon the population of the given town or city.  In Danvers, all the available liquor licenses have been issued.  Accordingly, in order to open a Continue Reading...
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