Massachusetts Law Review
McElderry v. Planning Board of Nantucket, 431 Mass. 722 (2000).
Only three of the five-member Planning Board of Nantucket were present at the hearing on Feb. 9, 1998 when the McElderrys' definitive subdivision plan came up for approval.
At the dawn of the new millennium, perhaps no area of the law is at once more dynamic and applicable to more industries and more fields of legal practice than that of privacy. The sheer scope of the subject is breathtaking, with rapidly expanding dimensions that are international, federal, state, constitutional, statutory, regulatory, and common law in nature.