Ribbon Cutting April 5 2017Name: Ribbon Cutting April 5 2017Date: April 5, 2017Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM EDTEvent Description:
Attorney Greta LaMountain Biagi and Attorney Peter Vickery are pleased to announce their relocation to new offices at 27 Pray Street, Amherst.The two attorneys retain separate practices, with Attorney Biagi focusing on small-business law, real estate, and bankruptcy, and Attorney Vickery representing landlords in eviction proceedings and employers in employment disputes, in particular discrimination defense.Attorney Biagi has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal and inspired a front-page story in the Boston Globe for whistle-blowing against a judge who had an elderly debtor imprisoned for failing to pay a $500.00 judgment (see https://www.bostonglobe.
com/metro/2014/07/01/elderly-s mall-court-debtor-sent-jail/R2 bgRLxbc5eTmSTGYW3k9L/story.htm l). As a result, in 2015 she was honored by National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys (NACBA) with the K. Colleen Nunnelly Award, which was created ?to honor a NACBA member whose collegiality and support for NACBA?s mission embodies Colleen?s spirit, quiet leadership, enthusiasm, and positive contributions to NACBA.?She currently serves on the Human Rights Committee for the Berkshire Hills Music Academy, the Board of Directors for Stavros Center for Independent Living, and the Board of Directors for the Massachusetts Debt Relief Foundation.Attorney Vickery is a former member of the Governor's Council and State Ballot Law Commission. He serves as Legislative Affairs Counsel for MassLandlords, which represents landlords across Massachusetts, and teaches courses on legislative drafting and election law. He is first vice-president of the Amherst Area Chamber of Commerce ad chairs the Chamber's Government Affairs Committee.