Wynn Lawyer Resigns

Reportedly Knew About 7.5 Million Settlement


By Josh Resnek 

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Kim Sinatra

Wynn Resorts/Encore’s chief lawyer Attorney Kim Sinatra announced last week she is stepping down from her multiple positions with the company. She will leave the company on July 15.

Her resignation has caused a shock wave in the industry as Sinatra was a key player for Wynn since 2006 as its chief lawyer and vice-president.

She received $14 million in compensation last year, according to the Wall Street Journal. Continue reading Wynn Lawyer Resigns

Monsanto Cancer Victims Can Be Compensated

By Josh Resnek

In an example of justice coming late rather than never, former Monsanto employees who worked at the Everett plant before 1981 afflicted with cancer are now entitled to special benefits, according to Robert McKim Norris of Norris Injury Lawyers, a prominent Alabama law rm specializing in asbestos poisoning and disease.

Everett Plant workers employed before 1981 diagnosed with various cancers are entitled to special benefits. Lung cancer, esophageal cancer, laryngeal cancer, pharyngeal cancer, stomach cancer, colon cancer, rectal cancer, and mesothelioma are frequently caused by asbestos exposure.

Asbestos-laced products were used for decades at Monsanto. Neither employees nor management were aware of the asbestos risk.

The former Monsanto site is now the Gateway Center.

According to the National Cancer Institute, “It can take from 10 to 40 years or more for asbestos-related cancers to appear.”

Continue reading Monsanto Cancer Victims Can Be Compensated

DiDomenico and Colleagues Pass Bill to Improve Traffic Safety

Senator Sal DiDomenico and his colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate recently voted to pass legislation that aims to create safer streets for all road users. Developed in collaboration with a coalition of bicycle, pedestrian and transportation advocates, S.2570, An Act to reduce traffic fatalities, includes several measures to improve road safety, lessen the severity of crashes, and standardize the collection and analysis of crash data.

“This bill is an important next step in our efforts to create safer streets for all road users, especially cyclists and pedestrians,” said Senator Sal DiDomenico(D-Everett), Assistant Majority Leader of the Massachusetts Senate. “We must ensure that our roadways are safe and accessible for everyone, and I am confident that this legislation will go a long way towards achieving that goal and reducing traffic fatalities in the Commonwealth.”

Continue reading DiDomenico and Colleagues Pass Bill to Improve Traffic Safety

— Eye On Everett —

By Josh Resnek

Senator Sal’s Time

I was taught when I was growing up that sometimes its good to keep my mouth shut and to watch and to examine what is coming down right in front of me.

During a long life doing this stuff I have come close to watching a few heavy hitters play the political game.

Former Governor Deval Patrick was one of those.

The late Mayor Tom Menino was another.

When Governor Patrick came to a meeting in Everett, Chelsea or Revere he always started at the back of whatever room it was he was entering.

This is where his magic always began.

One by one he would introduce himself and go down the long rows one after the other until he had introduced himself to everyone inside the room and let them know who he is.

This is very, very impressive. It is something to watch and to admire – that is – meeting the voting public and letting the voting public have a bit of him! Continue reading — Eye On Everett —

Summer Getaways

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The famous Motiff # 1 has been the subject of many tourist photos from Rockport, MA.


By Lorenzo Recupero

We New Englanders are spoiled. We have the luxury of taking a less than 4-hour ride in any direction to almost any of the beautifully historic towns and cities in our area that seemingly take you back in time.

And, though, I’m a bit hesitant to share the location of some of these most quaint, charming, and revitalizing stops through the region – with the hope that they may remain their tucked away, not overly populated, picturesque selves – I’ll divulge this info so that you might enjoy these day trips away from home as much as I have.

So, listed by order of nearest distance, here are five regional destinations for your next summer road trip. Continue reading Summer Getaways