• Almeida, Victor, Docket No. 104

    State employee found to have violated G.L. c. 268B, section 5(g) by failing to file a Statement of Financial Interests.
  • Atsalis, Demetrius Docket No. 14-0003

    The State Ethics Commission approved a Final Order and Disposition Agreement concluding the adjudicatory proceeding involving former State Representative Demetrius Atsalis.  According to the Agreement, Atsalis admitted to violating G.L. c. 268B, the financial disclosure law, by failing to timely file his 2012 Statement of Financial Interests, and paid a $100 civil penalty.

  • Atsalis, Demetrius Final Order

    Order concluding the adjudicatory proceeding and approving the Disposition Agreement.

  • Barboza, Joanne, Docket No. 269

    Public employee found to have violated M.G.L. c. 268B, s. 5 by failing to file his Statement of Financial Interests for 1982 (SFI) within ten days of receiving from the Commission a Formal Notice of Delinquency
  • Borstel, Charles Docket No. 13-0003

    The Ethics Commission allowed a Joint Motion to Dismiss the Adjudicatory Proceeding involving Charles Borstel (“Borstel”), former Assistant to the Director of the Division of Professional Licensure (“DPL”), for allegedly violating G.L. c. 268B, the financial disclosure law. 

  • Bretschneider, Richard Decision and Order, Docket No. 11-0022

    Former Nantucket Sheriff Richard Bretschneider ordered to pay $1,200 civil penalty for financial disclosure law violation.

  • In the Matter of John R. Buckley, Docket No. 108

    The Commission imposed a $250 civil penalty on Administration and Finance Secretary John R. Buckley for knowingly and intentionally failing to disclose information on his 1978 Statement of Financial Interests.
  • Byrnes, Michael Docket No. 13-0004

    Michael Byrnes, former Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development Division of Labor Director, cited for violating the financial disclosure law.

  • Byrnes, Michael Final Order

    Order concluding the adjudicatory proceeding and approving the Disposition Agreement.

  • Carroll, Ann R. Docket No. 175

    Respondent violated G.L. c. 268B, s. 5 by failing to file her 1981 SFI within ten days after receipt of the Commission's Notice.
  • Celluccci, Argeo Paul, Docket No. 497

    A former state senator found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 6 for accepting meals from a lobbyist who was a personal friend and campaign supporter.
  • Chilik, Thomas A. Docket No. 182

    Respondent violated M.G.L. c. 268B, s.5 by failing to file his Statement of Financial Interests for 1981within ten days of receiving from the Commission a Formal Notice of Delinquency.
  • Cole, Robert Docket No. 10-0003

    The Commission found that Respondent Robert G. Cole violated G.L. c. 268B, § 5 when he failed to timely file his 2008 SFI and hereby ordered Cole to pay a civil penalty of $250.
  • Fortes, Robert, Docket No. 11-0001

    The Commission dismissed the matter after Fortes produced evidence detailing personal circumstances that impaired his ability to timely file his SFI.
  • Franck, Kevin Docket No. 14-0010

    The State Ethics Commission issued a Final Order to allow a motion to suspend proceedings, accept the Respondent’s payment of the civil penalty and dismiss the proceedings, concluding the adjudicatory hearing involving Kevin Franck, the former Director of Communications for the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development.  According to the Order, Franck paid a $300 civil penalty for failing to timely file his calendar year 2012 Statement of Financial Interests. 

  • Goodsell, Allison, Docket No. 128

    Goodsell found to have failed to timely file a Statement of Financial Insterests in violation of G.L. c. 268B, section 5(g) and fined $1,000.
  • In the Matter of James J. Hartnett, Jr., Docket No. 671

  • In the Matter of William Highgas, Jr., Docket No. 344

    Judge William Highgas, Jr. entered into a Disposition Agreement and paid a $1,500 civil penalty to resolve allegations that he violated G.L. c. 268B, section 7 by filing false SFIs in 1983 and 1984.
  • Landy, David Decision and Order, Docket No. 11-0021

    Former PRIM Board employee David Landy ordered to pay $800 civil penalty for financial disclosure law violation

  • McGee, Terrence J., Docket No. 215

    Public employee found to have violated M.G.L. c. 268B, s.5 by failing to file his Statement of Financial Interests for 1982 (SFI) within ten days of receiving from the Commission a Formal Notice of Delinquency
  • McGinn, Joseph C., Docket No. 219

    Respondent violated M.G.L. c. 268B, s.5 by failing to file his Statement of Financial Interests for 1981within ten days of receiving from the Commission a Formal Notice of Delinquency.
  • McNamara, Owen, Docket No. 183

    Respondent violated section 5 of M.G.L. c. 2688, the financial disclosure law, by failing to file a Statement of Financial Interests within ten days of his receipt of a Formal Notice of Delinquency.
  • Mullin, Sean G., Docket No. 233

    Public employee found to have violated M.G.L. c. 268B, s.5 by failing to file his Statement of Financial Interests for 1982 (SFI) within ten days of receiving from the Commission a Formal Notice of Delinquency
  • Murphy, John, Docket No. 560

    Lobbyist John Murphy fined $2,000 for providing gratuities in the aggregate of more than $100 in a year to Speaker Charles Flaherty.
  • Nash, Kenneth M., Docket No. 216

    Public employee found to have violated M.G.L. c. 268B, s. 5[1] by failing to file his Statement of Financial Interests for 1982 (SFI) within ten days of receiving from the Commission a Formal Notice of Delinquency
  • Ohman, John W., Docket No. 675

    Barnstable County Assembly of Delegates member John Ohman fined $1,000 for repeated late filing of his Statement of Financial Interests.
  • O'Neil, Matthew J., Docket No. 650

    A county register of probate found to have violated G.L. c. 268B, section 7 for failing to disclosue certain real estate transactions and loans on his SFI.
  • Owens, Bill, Docket No. 235

    Public employee found to have violated M.G.L. c. 268B, s.5 by failing to file his Statement of Financial Interests for 1982 (SFI) within ten days of receiving from the Commission a Formal Notice of Delinquency
  • Paleologos, Nicholas, Docket No. 232

    Public employee found to have violated M.G.L. c. 268B, s.5 by failing to file his Statement of Financial Interests for 1982 (SFI) within ten days of receiving from the Commission a Formal Notice of Delinquency
  • In the Matter of Harold Partamian, Docket No. 446

    A state employee found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 6 and c. 268B, section 7 for participating in the investigation of complaints against the pharmacy corporation the employed him as a part time pharmacist and for failing to report his part-time employment on his SFI.
  • Pedro, Brian, Docket No. 641

    The Commission fined Brian Pedro, a press secretary for the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority, $2,000 for violating G.L. c. 268B, the state's financial disclosure law, by failing to file his Statement of Financial Interests for calendar year 2000.
  • Perreault, Lucien F., Docket No. 231

    Public employee found to have violated M.G.L. c. 268B, s.5 by failing to file his Statement of Financial Interests for 1982 (SFI) within ten days of receiving from the Commission a Formal Notice of Delinquency
  • Scaccia, Angelo M. Docket No. 529

    A state representative found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 23(b)(3) and G.L. c. 268B by receiving illegal gratuities for himself and family members, by creating the appearance of conflict related to the gratuities, and by accepting gifts worth more than $100 from lobbyists and by failing to report the gratuities on his financial disclosure forms.
  • Schmidt, William, Docket No. 11-0002

    Public employee found to have violated M.G.L. c. 268B, s. 5 by failing to file his Statement of Financial Interests within ten days of receiving from the Commission a Formal Notice of Delinquency.
  • William Schmidt Final Order

    William Schmidt Order concluding the adjudicatory proceeding and approving the disposition agreement.
  • Smith, Alfred D., Docket No. 271

    Public employee found to have violated M.G.L. c. 268B, s.5 by failing to file his Statement of Financial Interests for 1982 (SFI) within ten days of receiving from the Commission a Formal Notice of Delinquency.
  • Story, Elizabeth, Docket No., 10-0004

    The Ethics Commission approved a Disposition Agreement in which former Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Fiscal Officer Elizabeth Story admitted to violating G.L. c. 268B, the financial disclosure law, and by failing to timely file a 2008 SFI as required by G. L. c. 268B. Pursuant to the Agreement, Story paid a $500 civil penalty for filing late.
  • Story, Elizabeth Decision and Order

    Former Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Fiscal Officer Elizabeth Story admitted to violating G.L. c. 268B, the financial disclosure law, and by failing to timely file a 2008 SFI as required by G. L. c. 268B.
  • Sullivan, Delabarree F., Docket No. 176

    Respondent violated M.G.L. c. 268B, s.5 by failing to file his Statement of Financial Interests for 1981within ten days of receiving from the Commission a Formal Notice of Delinquency.
  • Thornton, Vernon R., Docket No. 217

    Public employee found to have violated M.G.L. c. 268B, s.5 by failing to file his Statement of Financial Interests for 1982 (SFI) within ten days of receiving from the Commission a Formal Notice of Delinquency
  • Williams, Helen Docket No. 375

    Helen Y. Williams, assistant chief housing specialist in the Boston Housing Court, is fined $500 for failing to file a Statement of Financial Interests on time.