Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Apr. 28, 2016

Notable & Quotable

  • "Few legal options left for Tom Brady to keep fighting 'Deflategate' suspension," Boston Globe (April 25) -- MBA Chief Legal Counsel and Chief Operating Officer Martin W. Healy provided his analysis of what legal options remain for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady after a U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in New York voted to reinstate Brady's suspension on Monday.
  • "Bill would require first-time drunk drivers to use ignition interlocks," The Republican (April 26) --  MBA Chief Legal Counsel and Chief Operating Officer Martin W. Healy was quoted on the legal concerns around a bill (S.1895) that aims to put more ignition lock devices into cars of first-time drunken driving offenders.
  • "Women As First Chairs: Amid successes, work remains," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (April 25) -- MBA members Rebecca J. Wilson, Elizabeth A. Houlding, Maureen Mulligan and Jennifer E. Burke, of MBA Honor Roll firm Peabody & Arnold LLP, and Elizabeth N. Mulvey, Charlotte E. Glinka and Lisa G. Arrowood were quoted in a piece on women serving lead roles in litigation.
  • "Contractor's $14M claim forfeited by own breach,'" Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (April 25) -- MBA member David B. Mack was quoted as a business litigation expert.
  • "MassHealth's termination of Medicaid benefits overturned,'" Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (April 25) -- MBA member Gina M. Berry was quoted as an elder law expert.
  • Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (April 25) -- MBA member J. Michael Conley was quoted in the Hearsay column as an expert on personal injury litigation.