- Dighton Board of Selectmen chair Armand Gagne improperly had his university course work paid by the town's tuition reimbursement program.
- A former school department superintendent found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 19 and section 23(b)(3) for hiring and approving payments to her sister and by signing a contract and approving payments to a person with whom she shared an apartment.
- Dracut Building Inspector Paul Gaudette fined $2,000 for issuing permits for his own property and for participating in matters affecting a company which loaned him money to buy the property.
- A selectman found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 19 by voting for his brother's appointment to acting and then permanent police chief.
- An assistant superintendent of schools found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 19 for adding his daughter's name to a list of stubstute teachers. As assistant superintendent, he was responsible for maintaining the list of substitute teachers for the school system.
- A former police chief found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 19 for participating in the appointment of his son to a position with the police department.
- Randolph Planning Board member Richard Goodhue fined $750 for participating in the Planning Board's review of a subdivision application while having an expectation that he would do masonry work for the developers of the subdivision.
- A city councilor found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 19 for voting on a pay increase for her brother, the mayor.
- A city councillor found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 19 for voting on a pay increase for her brother, the mayor.
- A county advisory board chairman found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 13 by voting to approve a transfer of funds that included a salary increase for his son.
- A state employee found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 6 by participating in a review of an environmental impact report submitted by a private company while he was simultaneously negotiating with the company for prospective employment.
- UMass Medical School Consultant Ruvane Grossman paid $10,000 civil penalty for having a consulting relationship with a company in connection with an intellectual property contract involving UMass Medical School, in violation of sections 4 and 6.
- A building inspector found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 19 for inspecting and approving work performed by his son.
Metropolitan District Commission Deputy Director of Recreation William Hart fined $1500 for directing the recalculation of vacation time for MDC employees including his mother, and for interceding in an employee transfer that resulted in a supervisor with whom his mother had a history of conflicts being transferred to another facility.
- Lynn Fire Chief Edward Higgins fined $3,000 for promoting, supervising and approving overtime for his girlfriend, who later became his spouse.
- Mass Highway Engineer Paul Hoey fined $2,000 for participating in a promotion while his son was a candidate for the promotion.
- Greenfield Alternate Plumbing and Gas Inspector Herbert Hohengasser fined $1,000 for inspecting his son's work.
- Raynham Assessor Roger Howlett fine $500 for participating in hiring his daughter to a senior clerk position in the Assessor's office.
- Belchertown Water District Commission member Hugh Hubbard admitted to violating the conflict of interest law by participating in approving salary payments to his wife, the board's clerk-treasurer.
- A municipal building commissioner violated section 19 by issuing three permits for, and carrying out seven inspections of, construction projects performed by his son. In light of the ten individual instances of improper conduct.
- Uxbridge Fire Chief Harley Keeler participated in hiring his stepdaughter, an immediate family member.
- A school committee member found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 19 for participating in a matter affecting his wife's financial interest.
- A former zoning board of appeals member found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 19 for participating in a zoning board of appeals decision regarding land abutting his property.
- Middleborough Assessor, Jacob Kulian admitted to violating the conflict of interest law by taking actions that reduced his property taxes. Kulian paid an $8,000 fine and reimbursed the town of Middleborough $2,215 for property tax abatements and reductions he was not entitled to receive.
- A city treasurer found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 19 for depositing and reinvesting a substantial amount of money in a bank while sitting on the board of directors of the bank.
- North Attleboro Electrical Inspector violated G.L. c. 268A, section 19 by having a financial interest in a matter involving an immediate family member.
- A fromer zoning board of appeals member found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 19 for participating in a zoning board of appeals decision regarding land abutting his property.
MBTA Red Line District Supervisor violated the conflict of interest law by interviewing candidates for two promotions, for which his daughter was also a candidate, without properly disclosing his relationship to his appointing authority.
- Former Middlefield Planning Board member Tamarin Laurel-Paine fined $1,000 for participating in a rezoning matter that affected property she had recently purchased.
The State Ethics Commission finds that University of Massachusetts Amherst Vice Chancellor for University Relations and Development Deirdre A. Ling violated the Conflict of Interest Law by overseeing a contract with a private company for which she had done freelance work.
- A Town Councilor found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 19 by voting on a pair raise ordnance that included a salary increase for his son.
- 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.
- Rowley Board of Health Secretary Kendell Longo fined $4,000 for signing permits for her brother's property.
Dukes County Sheriff Christopher S. Look, Jr., fined $1,000 for violating the conflict of interest law by appointing three members of his immediate family to deputy-sheriff positions within his department.