All sides were in court yesterday and we are now awaiting the judges decision. In addition, the Attorney General’s Office filed an emergency motion late Wednesday to bolster — or perhaps salvage — its effort to halt art sales by the Berkshire Museum. The article goes on to say that:
The office acted after participating in a two-hour hearing before Judge John Agostini that appeared to leave that quest on life support, as plaintiffs’ attorneys struggled to convince the judge their clients held necessary legal standing to challenge the museum’s planned sale.
In the emergency motion, the Attorney General’s Office asks Berkshire Superior Court to allow it to become a plaintiff if those already suing to halt auctions fail to meet the standard.
We will keep you updated … there isn’t much more time.