Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016

Notable & Quotable

  • "Mayor Walsh to push new tenant protections," Boston Globe (Dec. 5) -- MBA member Jeffrey Turk was quoted in a piece on proposed new rules for renters in Boston.
  • "Legal pot could still land buyers and sellers in jail," Gloucester Times (Dec. 7) -- MBA member and former chair of the Criminal Justice Section Council Peter Elikann offered insight on the new marijuana law set to take effect Dec. 15.
  • "Employers are thrown curve on new overtime regulation," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Dec. 5) -- MBA Secretary Denise I. Murphy and MBA members Michael A. Gamboli and Tracy T. Boland provided comment on new overtime regulations under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
  • "Dad gets $28K credit toward unpaid support,'" Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Dec. 5) -- MBA member and family law attorney Marc A. Moccia offered analysis of a recent Appeals Court ruling.
  • Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Dec. 5) -- MBA member James S. Bolan was quoted from a legal ethics perspective in the Hearsay column.
  • "Landlords hope to keep marijuana growing, smoking in check," Telegram & Gazette (Dec. 4) -- MBA member Jordana Greenman provided insight into the new marijuana law and what it might mean for landlords.
  • "Medical-legal partnership broadens health efforts to fight for social justice," Telegram & Gazette (Dec. 4) -- MBA member J. Christopher Collins was quoted in a story about a medical-legal partnership in Worcester that provides pro bono legal services for low-income individuals.