• Goldman, Sachs & Co. Docket No. 564

    Goldman, Sachs & Co. was fined $3,500 for providing illegal gratuities to Deputy Treasurer Steven Kaseta and Health and Education Facilities Authority Executive Director Edward Murphy.
  • Hatem, Ellis John Docket No. 187

    The Director of Support Services at a state school violated section 3 of the conflict of interest law by accepting a trip to the Winter Olympics for himself and his family from an individual whose products he purchased for the school.
  • Hebert, Raymond Docket No. 499

    Norton Building Inspector Raymond Hebert was found to have violated sections 3(b) and 23(b)(3) by receiving free construction services, a builder's discount on appliances and for acting in matters involving the builders who were constructing his home, without making appropriate disclosures.
  • Hermenau, Arthur Docket No. 409

    A former highway surveyor found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3(b) by approaching employees at a private business to request to have his driveway paved at a discounted "town rate."
  • Hilson, Arthur L. Docket No. 451

    A state employee found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3 and section 23 by soliciting a no-interest loan from one of his employees and failing to fully repay it.
  • Honan, Kevin Docket No. 494

    A state representative found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3(b) and section 23(b)(3) for accepting gratuities and accepting a dinner for himself and a guest from lobbyists.
  • Howarth, Robert Docket No. 487

    A state representative was found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3(b) for accepting gratuities.
  • Iannaco, Ronald Docket No. 505

    A state employee found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3(b) for accepting food, drinks, entertainment and overnight hotel accommodations from a private company.
  • John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. Docket 482

    A private business found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3(a) for providing more than $30,000 in illegal gratuities to state legislators.
  • Jordan, Patrick F. Docket No. 190

    A Stoneham selectman violated section 3(b) of the conflict law by accepting items of substantial value given to him because of his official duties.
  • Jovanovic, Michael Docket No. 625

    The Commission issued a Decision and Order concluding that Quincy resident Michael Jovanovic violated the state's conflict law by offering a bribe to a Department of Medical Assistance employee who was about to deny Jovanovic's application for financial assistance for his brother who was in a nursing home.
  • Kaseta, Steven J. Docket No. 565

    Deputy Treasurer Steven Kaseta fined $1,500 for accepting illegal gratuities from Goldman, Sachs & Co.
  • Keating, P. J. Docket No. 455

    A private asphalt manufacturing company found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3 by providing free paving of a municipal employee's driveway.
  • Kincus, David Public Enforcement Letter 90-3

    Holbrook Firefighter David F. Kincus may have violated the conflict of interest law by accepting an all-expenses-paid trip to Florida to inspect a fire truck being built for the town.

  • LaFrankie, Robert Public Education Letter

    A superintendent of schools found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3 by accepting free travel from a private company that the city subsequently entered into a contract with.
  • LIAM Docket No. 528

    Life Insurance Association of Massachusetts fined $4,000 for providing illegal gratuities to public officials. (This case supercedes previous LIAM.)
  • LIAM, Inc. Docket No. 528

    Life Insurance Association of Massachusetts fine $13,500 for providing illegal gratuities to Massachusetts legislators and officials and one former legislator. (This case was appealed and is superceded by other LIAM.)
  • Logan, Louis L. Docket No. 131

    Certified Public Accountant who provided private accounting services and was also employed by the Mass. Science & Technology Foundation was found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, sections 3(b), 4(a), 23(e) and (f), and G.L. c. 268B, section 7.