Mass. Sues Rental Listings Platform Over Fake Listings

A rental listings platform allegedly took advantage of renters seeking affordable housing by luring them into paying to see fake apartment listings, according to a lawsuit filed by the Federal Trade Commission and six state attorneys general, including Attorney General Maura Healey.

SJC Orders Discovery into Everett Casino Land Deal

The actions of the Mass. Gaming Commission almost a decade ago could be put under a new microscope after the Supreme Judicial Court ruled Monday that a lower court should look more closely at the “highly unusual character of the commission’s actions” related to the award of a casino license to Wynn Resorts and the casino company’s purchase of land in Everett.

Berkshire Acquisition the Latest Target for Serial Lawsuit Shareholder

SI Financial Group, the parent company of Willimantic-based Savings Institute Bank and Trust, disclosed yesterday that Parshall is suing the company in Baltimore County Circuit Court for breaching their fiduciary duties to its stockholders in connection with its impending acquisition by the parent company of Boston-based Berkshire Bank.