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BBB Celebrates 25 Years!


The Quincy Law Firm of Baker, Braverman & Barbadoro recently celebrated 25 years of providing Premium Legal Services to Clients in the Greater Boston and South Shore areas. The celebration was held outdoors at the firm’s offices at 300 Crown Colony Drive. Lunch was provided by Montilio’s “On The Go” Wood-Fired Mobile Pizza Oven.  

Six-Figure Settlement Obtained for Motor Vehicle Accident


When an injured woman was involved in a car accident, she turned to Baker, Braverman & Barbadoro, P.C. to protect her rights. The litigation team at BBB lawyers investigated the accident quickly and established liability on the part of another negligent driver. The client’s injuries included a broken hand and a fractured finger. Once the

What does the Foreclosure and Eviction Act Mean for You?


On Monday, April 20th, Massachusetts enacted new landlord, tenant, and mortgage laws related to COVID-19 financial impact that affects residential and commercial properties, including limits on foreclosure laws and eviction proceedings (Chapter 65 of the Acts of 2020). What properties are affected? All residential tenants and certain small business tenants are protected from nonpayment evictions,

The CARES Act: Stimulus, Small Businesses, Safety Net


The 2.2 trillion dollar “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act” (the “CARES Act” or the “Act”) was signed by President Trump on March 27, 2020. The sweeping reform provides assistance to individuals and a large sector of businesses. The attorneys at Baker, Braverman & Barbadoro, P.C. (“BB&B” have compiled this list of important provisions

Can two separate provisions of the CARES Act truly provide a lifeline to small businesses?


The CARES Act passed March 27, 2020 provides several different avenues of relief to individuals, small business and large businesses, airlines and healthcare industries, including COVID-19 small business loans and funding.  Packed into this enormous piece of legislation are several provisions for short term loans for small businesses to be provided under the Small Business

Small Business Bankruptcy in the time of COVID-19


The Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 (SBRA) became effective February 2020, providing a more streamlined process for small businesses to reorganize through bankruptcy without the constraints of several features of Chapter 11 reorganization. The small business provision, known as Subchapter V of chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code, was enacted in August 2019

Michael Barbadoro Appointed First Registrar


Congratulations to Attorney Michael Barbadoro on his appointment as First Assistant Registrar of Probate for Norfolk County. Mike has been an integral part of the BBB team for the last few years specializing in Probate and Litigation matters. As a former 10 year employee of Norfolk Probate and as a practitioner, Mike brings a wealth