Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014

Notable & Quotable


Judicial retirements/pay raise

Healy for Notable

"You can infuse new blood into a very staid system."

MBA Chief Legal Counsel and Chief Operating Officer Martin W. Healy, Boston Globe, December 4

Healy was interviewed by the Globe for a story on the high number of recent judicial retirements in Massachusetts. A total of 32 judges retired during 2014. As of July 1, 2014, judges also received a pay increase, their first since 2006.


Student lawsuit at Harvard

campbelldick"They have no legally cognizable interest in the actions of the Harvard Corporation in its choices on how to invest. I don't believe attending Harvard gives them any kind of interest in the portfolio of investments."

MBA Past President Richard P. Campbell, Boston Herald, November 21

Campbell was quoted by the Herald in a piece on a lawsuit filed by the Harvard Climate Justice Coalition against the Harvard Corporation, the nonprofit entity that oversees the university's endowment. The student-led coalition seeks to have the corporation withdraw its "direct holdings in fossil fuel companies."


Of note:

  • MBA member Leonardo Angiulo wrote about Alternative Dispute Resolution in his latest legal post for ("Bringing Both Sides of Local Disputes to the Negotiating Table" - Nov. 24). Angiulo attended the MBA's event on ADR at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester on Nov. 19.