Hey, there! Log in / Register

Suffolk Superior Court

By adamg - 3/28/24 - 9:25 pm

The daughter of man dragged and then crushed by a dump truck at Massachusetts and Huntington avenues in 2022 today filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against both the driver and the New Hampshire company that owned the truck. Read more.

By adamg - 3/26/24 - 2:45 pm

A Southborough law firm that says it used to defend troubled Steward Health Care against lawsuits involving employment discrimination and violations of the state consumer-protection law yesterday sued the company for not paying its bills. Read more.

By adamg - 2/21/24 - 10:21 am

A housing advocacy group today sued a series of Boston-area landlords and brokers it says violated state law by refusing to consider prospective tenants who said they had Section 8 or other government housing vouchers. Read more.

By adamg - 2/16/24 - 1:24 pm

The BPDA today sued the owners of the building that's now home to the Savin Bar + Kitchen and 14 apartments on Savin Hill Avenue in Dorchester, saying that while they agreed in 2018 to rent one of the apartments as "affordable" for at least the next 30 years, they have consistently rented the unit for more than allowed. Read more.

By adamg - 2/9/24 - 2:45 pm

Rise Together, one of two developers behind a project to bring 120 residential units, office space and a new marina to Dorchester's Port Norfolk today sued the other developer, CPC Ericsson, for what it says is its refusal to pay a consulting firm that helped ensure the new buildings would be energy efficient and resistant to climate change. Read more.

By adamg - 2/7/24 - 3:39 pm

The owner of a pottery studio that used to be on Beacon Hill yesterday sued her new and notorious Back Bay landlord, saying he broke his promise to let her install kilns to fire her patrons' hand-decorated wares. Read more.

By adamg - 2/1/24 - 4:54 pm

A Suffolk Superior Court jury has concluded that two Stoughton real-estate brokers took advantage of an uneducated contractor with mortgage problems to screw him out of his home on Greenbrier Street in Dorchester and turn a tidy profit on the property. Read more.

By adamg - 1/17/24 - 10:15 pm
1400 Centre St.

The building, missing the street trees and level concrete sidewalk the developer promised the city.

The owners of residential condos in a three-year-old building at Centre and Weld streets in Roslindale today sued the developer and project manager, accusing them of handing them a building with at least $2.3 million worth of problems, including a leaky roof, uninsulated pipes, non-functioning sump and hallway ventilation systems, a cracked retaining wall and rear foundation, a smelly lobby and such poor sound insulation residents say they feel like they're in the condos of their upstairs neighbors. Read more.

By adamg - 1/12/24 - 11:38 am

Epiphany School, located right next to the MBTA's Shawmut Red Line stop, today sued the BPDA for its decision to approve a four-story, affordable apartment building next door. Read more.

By adamg - 1/2/24 - 12:26 pm

A Hingham company that says it did some work for the city of Boston back in the last millennium, then somehow forgot to deposit its payment until a few months ago, is suing the city to demand it re-issue a check that a bank will find acceptable. Read more.

By adamg - 12/6/23 - 1:34 pm

An East Boston man who says he's out $55,000 for the cost of removing his appendix is suing a group that claims to provide a lower-cost, "faith-based" alternative to regular health insurance, but which he says refused to pay for his surgery. Read more.

By adamg - 11/29/23 - 4:21 pm

An employee of an accounting firm in the Hancock Building today sued Los Amigos Tacos for what she says were the horrifying effects of eating salmonella-contaminated food from its Brighton Center outlet three days before Boston health inspectors ordered the place shut due to a salmonella outbreak. Read more.

By adamg - 11/28/23 - 9:33 am

The children of Margaret Flanagan of Saugus, who died of cancer in 2018, yesterday sued Harvard Medical School and former mortuary director Cedric Lodge for what may have happened to her body parts after she willed her body to the school and then died. Read more.

By adamg - 11/13/23 - 9:38 pm

The Hamilton Co., which owns the office building at 392-398 Chestnut Hill Ave. in Cleveland Circle, today sued to try to block plans by an Ipswich concern to turn the former Dunkin' Donuts on Beacon Street into a marijuana dispensary. Read more.

By adamg - 10/23/23 - 9:09 pm

A Stoneham woman today became the latest to sue Brigham and Women's rheumatologist Derrick Todd for both medically unwarranted breast and pelvic exams and off-hours communications that included telling her to read an online article about the benefits of orgasm for "pelvic congestion." Read more.

By adamg - 10/18/23 - 10:19 am

Update, 2/9/24:: Boston Beer Corp. has agreed to drop Soudant from its lawsuit, which continues against Downeast Cider House.

Boston Beer Corp., which makes both Sam Adams beer and Angry Orchard cider, yesterday sued a former manager and Downeast Cider House, the East Boston cider maker where he went to work after quitting Boston Beer this spring. Read more.

By adamg - 10/14/23 - 11:42 am

The Committee for Public Counsel Services yesterday sued State Police for refusing to hand over what the group says are public records on everything from criminal cases against troopers to information on trooper use of software that turns phones into surveillance tools. Read more.

By adamg - 10/13/23 - 4:07 pm

A Sherborn resident who wants to go by "Jane Doe" today filed the latest medical-malpractice lawsuit against Dr. Richard Todd, who was fired from his job at Brigham and Women's Hospital earlier this year and who is under investigation by the state Board of Registration in Medicine for sexual practices on patients that he denies. Read more.

By adamg - 10/6/23 - 1:13 pm

Nutter, McLennen & Fish today sued the owner of Seaport West, the tall curved brick office building across Seaport Boulevard from the World Trade Center, over what it says is an outrageous $1-million annual rent increase. Read more.

By adamg - 10/2/23 - 9:25 am

The family of Michael Wojdag of Hanson, who died on I-93 in Braintree on Feb. 19 after his SUV rolled over and he was ejected last week sued Hedweens Quetant of Roslindale, whom they caused the crash while racing another driver. Read more.

Subscribe to Suffolk Superior Court