Paul Frank + Collins Welcomes New Hire Kristina M. Roomet

first_imgThe Burlington law firm Paul Frank + Collins is pleased to announce the addition of Kristina M. Roomet to the firm. Roomet is a member of the Property & Development and Environmental Law teams at PF+C. Her practice focuses on environmental, land use, energy, and health & safety law. Ms. Roomet is a 2008 graduate of Northeastern University School of Law, where she concentrated her studies and internships in the areas of environmental and land use law. Prior to joining Paul Frank + Collins as an associate, Ms. Roomet worked as a Legal Intern for the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General in the Environmental Protection Division. She previously worked as a Law Clerk for the firms of Cetrulo & Capone, LLP and McRoberts, Roberts, and Rainer, LLP, both in Boston, MA. She has worked as a Judicial Clerk for the Honorable Margaret R. Hinkle in the Suffolk County Superior Court in Boston. She earned her B.A. in Religion studies at Colgate University in 2002. She then worked as the Records Manager and a Paralegal Clerk at Paul Frank + Collins before attending law school.last_img read more

MLB hot stove: Phillies in on at least 3 big-name free agents, report says

first_imgEither player would fit on the team’s roster, it’s just a matter of the financial terms each player is seeking.Harper reportedly turned down a 10-year, $300 million deal with the Nationals at the end of the 2018 season. MLB hot stove: Orioles reportedly interview 6 managerial candidates According to USA Today, Philadelphia has interest in 2015 American League Cy Young Award winner Dallas Keuchel, Yankees reliever and two-time All-Star Zach Britton and another unnamed “mega” free agent.The #Phillies in on Dallas Keuchel and Zach Britton while also hoping to lure a certain mega free agent— Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) December 11, 2018It is unclear from USA Today’s tweet which “mega” free agent is being referred to, but according to reports from Monday, Philadelphia is meeting with the agents of both third baseman Manny Machado and outfielder Bryce Harper. Related News The largest contract any player has signed in MLB history is the 13-year, $325 million contract Giancarlo Stanton signed with the Marlins in 2014.The most lucrative contract in terms of average annual value belongs to Zack Greinke, whose deal with the Diamondbacks is worth $34,416,667 per year.Philadelphia was in on Patrick Corbin earlier this offseason, but he ultimately signed a six-year, $140 million deal with the Nationals. The Phillies reportedly did not want to give the left-hander a sixth year in his deal. The Phillies said they were going to spend “stupid” money this offseason, but they haven’t done so just yet.That could change very soon though as the team is reportedly in on three big-name free agents this week.last_img read more