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Senate introduces Data Security Act

On January 15, 2014, Sens. Tom Carper (D-Del.) and Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) introduced legislation to improve safeguards for consumer information.  The Data Security Act would require companies that accept credit or debit card payments to have policies and procedures in place to protect consumer data from hackers and to act on breaches.  According to the… Read more »

How to Manage Competing Viewpoints as a Business Litigator

By Brian L. Champion. Typically, a business litigator is geared for battle, ready to seek justice on the client’s behalf, or to vigorously defend against an unjust claim. The client, meanwhile, usually just wants to get back to business; the case is merely an impediment. These competing viewpoints present unique challenges for business litigators. They… Read more »

Libby O’Brien Kingsley & Champion Announce New Location of Massachusetts Office

Libby O’Brien Kingsley & Champion, LLC is pleased to announce that our office in Massachusetts is moving!  Effective June 1, 2013, we will be located at One Burlington Business Center in Burlington, Massachusetts.  Our new address is 67 South Bedford Street, Suite 400W, Burlington, MA 01803.  Our telephone number will continue to be (508) 479-1065.… Read more »

Tyler J. Smith joins the firm as an Associate Attorney

Libby O’Brien Kingsley & Champion, LLC is pleased to announce that Tyler J. Smith has joined the firm as an Associate Attorney.  Tyler practices in the areas of civil litigation, criminal law and family/divorce law.  He gained practical trial experience serving as a law clerk to Justices Marden, Mills, Murphy and Nivison in the Maine… Read more »

Avoided Trial

In August, 2011, Gene Libby and Hillary Massey obtained a judgment for a client in a fraudulent transfer matter. The plaintiff (our client’s ex-wife) claimed that our client fraudulently transferred his assets, including a piece of real estate and a business, in order to avoid paying spousal support. We moved to dismiss the case, arguing… Read more »