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Alana Rusin

Complex litigation matters, often involving real property disputes, employment disputes, business litigation, and probate disputes are all part of Alana Rusin's experience. Prior to joining the firm, Alana served as a Lecturer in Law at Boston College, teaching an undergraduate course in Environmental Law. She also was also the Editor-in-Chief of the Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review from 2010-2011.

Commercial Landlords and Tenants Take Their COVID-Related Lease Disputes to Court

The slow-burning standoffs between commercial landlords and tenants in the COVID-19 pandemic are beginning to turn white-hot. Some landlords are starting to file lawsuits against tenants who have fallen behind on rent.

E-commerce Is Changing the Definition of Retail Employment

The retail landscape is in the midst of a mind-boggling evolution.  In a short amount of time, Americans have radically changed how they shop for things, utilizing multiple channels of shopping.

How Grocery Stores Are Starting to Cash in on the Blue Apron Trend

Meal kits are a multi-billion per year business that is poised to eat into traditional retail food services. Meal kits are projected to rise to about $3 to $5 billion in market share in the next 10 years.