- Brockton Building Superintendent Francis Magliano admitted to violating the 'gift' prohibition of the conflict of interest law.
- The Commission concluded that the allegations were not proven by a preponderance of the evidence.
- Former Braintree Board of Assessors member violated the conflict law by improperly lowering the assessment on property in which he and his family had a financial interest.
- A state representative found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3(b) and section 23(b)(3) by accepting gratuities and a dinner for himself and his wife from lobbyists.
Holbrook Fire Chief William Marble may have violated the conflict of interest law by accepting a trip to Florida, paid for by a private company, to inspect a fire truck while it was being built.
- Developer Patrick Marguerite provided an apartment at a reduced rent to Franklin Town Administrator Wolfgang Bauer.
- Mass. Candy and Tobacco Distributors violated section 3 by providing free entertainment to legislators in an effort to engender good will.
- A private company found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3(a) by providing approximately $15,000 in illegal gratuities to state legislators.
The Commission found reasonable cause to believe that State Representative Kevin Fitzgerald and his administrative assistant, Patricia McDermott, violated the state's Conflict of Interest Law by inheriting nearly $400,000 from Mary Guzelian, who had received services through Fitzgerald's office.
- A state representative found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, §3(b) for accepting gratuities.
- Dept. of Public Health employee violated sections 3(b), 6, 23(d), (e) and (f) of the conflict of interest law, G.L. c. 268A, and section 7 of the financial disclosure law, G.L. c. 268B.
- A private paving company found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3(a) for entertainment of the state employees, whose official responsibility included overseeing the company's state contracts.
- Brockton resident James Mihos admitted to violating the 'gift' prohibition of the conflict of interest law.
- Developer Francis Molla provided reduced rent apartment to the Franklin Town Administrator.
- Brian Moore, the owner of Kappy's Liquors in Springfield, was fined $10,000 for giving gift certificates to Springfield License Commission members.
- State Representative Peter Morin violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3(b) by accepting gratuities.
- Health and Education Facilities Executive Director Edward M. Murphy issued a Public Enforcement Letter for accepting illegal gratuities from Goldman, Sachs & Co.
- Winchendon DPW Superintendent violated section 3 by receiving free paving of his driveway from a private asphalt manufacturer.
- Muzik Limousine and Sedan Service owner Robert Muzik fined $500 for giving illegal gratuities to Steamship Authority employees.
- A private insurance company found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, sections 3(a) for illegally entertaining and providing gratuities to state legislators.
An advertising executive is fined $500 for violating the conflict of interest law by offering free skybox tickets for a Boston Bruins game to a state representative as the House considered stricter outdoor advertising regulations.
- A mayor found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 2 and section 3 for allegedly offering not to schedule a fire captains' promotional exam in exchange for the support of ten firefighters in his re-election campaign.
- Ogden Suffolk Downs, Inc. paid $2,000 civil penalty for violating section 3 by paying the Revere Fire Chief privately for performing fire watch duties at Suffolk Downs Race Track.
- 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.
The public relations director of an advertising corporation fined for giving free Boston Celtics tickets to the Speaker of the House of Representatives while legislation came before the House pertaining to the corporation's business. The gift constituted a violation of the conflict of interest law's gifts and gratuities section.
Joyce Pavlidakes, volunteer coordinator of the Haverhill Council on Aging, may have violated the conflict of interest law by accepting a discounted trip from a travel agency hoping to do business with the COA.
- East Brookfield construction company Petruzzi and Forrester, a Turnpike Authority vendor, did not violate G.L. c. 268A by transferring ownership of a used car to Turnpike Authority employee James Flanagan.
- Brockton Mayor Carl Pitaro admitted to violating the "gift" prohibition of the conflict of interest law.
- A state representative found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3(b) for accepting gratuities.
- A school committee member 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.
- Acting Registrar at the Registry of Vital Records and Statistics Herbert Risser violated section 3 by receiving funds from private organizations in exchange for speeding up the processing of their record requests.
- A bank found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 3 for continuing to sponsor a summer cruise for municipal treasurers.
- The Commission concluded that Pittsfield Mayor James M. Ruberto and Daniel Duquette each violated G.L. c. 268A, the conflict of interest law, in connection with Duquette's sale of 2004 World Series tickets to Ruberto.