Massachusetts divorce lawyer Jason V. Owens provides online access to articles published in the Suffolk Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy.
Lynch & Owens, P.C. is pleased to have received permission from Suffolk Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy to make two articles published by Attorney Jason V. Owens in 2007 and 2011 editions of the Journal available for public review online:
1. Determining Self-Employment Income for Child Support Purposes: The Massachusetts View Compared with the National View, 16 Suffolk J. Trial & App. Advoc. 171 (2011), 16 Suffolk J. Trial & App. Advoc. 171 (2011). This Content was originally published in the Suffolk Journal of Trial & appellate Advocacy in 2011.
2. Hearing Thy Neighbor: the Doctrine of Attenuation and Illegal Eavesdropping by Private Citizens, 12 Suffolk J. Trial & App. Advoc. 177 (2007). This Content was originally published in the Suffolk Journal of Trial & appellate Advocacy in 2007.
Important Disclaimer: The above works are copyrighted by Jason V. Owens as of the date of publication in the Suffolk Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Except as otherwise provided, permission is granted for copies of each work to be made for classroom and educational use, provided that (1) the Author(s) and Suffolk University Law School are identified and (2) proper notice of copyright is attached to each copy.
About the Author: Jason V. Owens is a Massachusetts divorce lawyer and Massachusetts family law attorney for Lynch & Owens, located in Hingham, Massachusetts.
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