Category Archives: Jack Ferriter


Charitable Trusts and Bankruptcy Proceedings

When testators or settlors create charitable gifts in trust for named institutional beneficiaries, when the contemplated distribution is ready to be made, sometimes it is found that the intended charity is involved in bankruptcy proceedings. Therefore, the question arises as to the proper disposition of such charitable gifts in trust to the bankrupt institutional beneficiaries. … Continue reading Charitable Trusts and Bankruptcy Proceedings

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Causation in an Equal Pay Act Retaliation Case – January 2017

As with most forms of employment discrimination, an employer’s retaliation against an employee for asserting discrimination under the Equal Pay Act (“EPA”) gives rise to an additional and distinct cause of action for the employee. To state a claim for retaliation under the EPA (as incorporated into the Fair Labor Standards Act), a plaintiff must … Continue reading Causation in an Equal Pay Act Retaliation Case – January 2017

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Ferriter Law Recognized by Supreme Judicial Court

Ferriter Law has been recognized by the Supreme Judicial Court as part of the Court’s Pro Bono Recognition Honor Roll. The award was issued on October 7, 2016. You can view the letter at the below. Supreme Judicial Court Recognition

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Ferriter Law Awarded Certificate of Recognition From Mass. Supreme Judicial Court

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court has issued a Certificate of Recognition to Ferriter Law for providing significant “Pro Bono” legal serevices during calendar Year 2015. The certificate was presented October 26, 2016. View Certificate

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