Danielle Andrews Long

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Danielle Andrews Long is a member of Robinson+Cole’s Appellate Team.  She has a significant amount of experience in all aspects of the Massachusetts appeals process – from pinpointing potential appeal issues, drafting appeal briefs (both appellant and appellee), preparing interlocutory appeals, preparing petitions for further appellate review and direct appellate review, and arguing appeals. Danielle has argued appeals before the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court and Appeals Court. Danielle’s experience encompasses her own matters that she has litigated prior to the appeal process and matters for which she has been specifically retained to pursue an appeal. She has experience with Massachusetts state court appeals from decisions in the Land Court and Superior Courts, Massachusetts District Court appeals to the First Circuit, and Massachusetts Bankruptcy appeals to the District Court and First Circuit. Her appellate experience includes a wide variety of substantive areas, including real estate, land use, products liability, construction, and legal malpractice cases.

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Intent to Injure Can Be Inferred as a Matter of Law Barring Coverage Under a Homeowner’s Policy for Bodily Injury Expected or Intended by an Insured

On November 7, 2016, the Appeals Court heard oral argument for Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Company v. Ryan Casey & Another (16-P-32).  Defendants Ryan Casey and Evan Williams appealed a Superior Court’s summary judgment decision in favor of Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Company (“Liberty Mutual”) that concluded that the insured, Casey, expected or intended to cause … Continue Reading

Students Do Not Have Standing to Pursue An Injunction Against Harvard University From Investing in Fossil Fuel Companies

On June 7, 2016, the Appeals Court heard oral argument for Harvard Climate Justice Coalition v. President and Fellows of Harvard College (AC 15-P-0905). Harvard Climate Justice Coalition, an unincorporated association of students at Harvard University (“Students”), appealed from a Superior Court judgment dismissing their action for a permanent injunction requiring the President and Fellows … Continue Reading