Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Feb. 18, 2016

Notable & Quotable

  • "Tall order in the court: Baker will fill 5 slots on SJC," Lowell Sun (Feb. 16) -- MBA Chief Legal Counsel and Chief Operating Officer Martin W. Healy was quoted on the challenges facing the Supreme Judicial Court with five upcoming judicial appointments during Governor Charlie Baker's first term in office.
  • "SJC moves law on eyewitness ID forward," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Feb. 18) -- MBA Criminal Justice Section Vice Chair Peter Elikann was mentioned in a piece on a Superior Court decision pertaining to the suppression of eyewitness identification that was recently upheld by the Supreme Judicial Court.
  • "New digital recording vendor promises vast improvements," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Feb. 15) -- MBA President Robert W. Harnais was mentioned in an article on the installation of a new digital recording system, For the Record, in 455 Massachusetts courtrooms.
  • "Derivative suit vs. sole officer allowed," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Feb. 15) -- MBA member David B. Mack was quoted on a recent Superior Court decision involving a shareholder derivative suit.
  • "In-house lawyer's advice to competitor not barred," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Feb. 15) -- MBA members Michael L. Rosen, Russell Beck and Lee T. Gesmer were quoted on a recent decision by the Superior Court's Business Litigation Session about a former in-house counsel for Gillette who went to work for a competitor.
  • "Marital misfire,'" Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Feb. 15) -- MBA member Alfred Paul Farese III was quoted in the "Hearsay" column on a lawsuit resulting from a broken marriage agreement.