Firm Activities – Fall 2015

  • Peter Durning has become a shareholder of the firm and is looking forward to his continued participation in the firm’s success and growth, his recent string of litigation victories and honing his legal skills in the water and wastewater sector.

 

 

 

  • Peter Durning deserves congratulations for his excellent work on the Planning Committees for the Boston Bar Association Annual Meeting Luncheon and for the Boston Bar Foundation John and Abigail Adams Ball. The firm was a sponsor of the Annual Meeting Lunch at which Governor Baker addressed the opioid crisis, funding the courts, and the visiting Medal of Honor recipients.
  • Tom Mackie has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Virginia Thurston Healing Garden in Harvard, Massachusetts and participated in organizing and riding in its First Annual Ride To Thrive Fundraiser. Despite a spill and visit to the emergency room, Tom is back on the bike.
  • Tom Mackie has been chosen to chair the Environmental Business Council’s Winter Garden Party on December 2, 2016.
  • Tom Mackie and Peter Durning co-authored an article on Restoring the Promise of the Permit Session published in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly.
  • Tom Mackie moderated the EBC Program Series with MassDEP Commissioner Suuberg and the Southeast Regional Office Leadership on July 15, 2015 at the offices of Brown & Caldwell in Middleboro.
  • John Shea worked with the Massachusetts Water Works Association Legislative Committee to submit Comments on the Regulatory Review under Executive Order 562 to Commissioner Suuberg on changes to the drinking water regulations, the SWMI regulations and surface water quality standards; and to Secretary Beaton on streamlining MEPA review for expanded water withdrawals, revisions to interbasin transfer regulations, and revising water conservation standards.