PITTSFIELD — Sanctions, or mere scolding?
Added weeks of injunction, or legal instruction?
The high-stakes Berkshire Museum art sale hits a pivot point Monday, when the Attorney General’s Office delivers the fruit of its monthslong investigation into the planned deaccession of 40 of the institution’s most valuable works.
Will Maura Healey’s team go big, building out its stinging criticism of trustees with a broader indictment intent on preventing auctions?
Or will it play small ball, schooling museum officials on missteps in the arcane particulars of public charities law — and then go home?
One Boston attorney involved with