Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016

Notable & Quotable

  • WBUR radio (Jan. 12) -- MBA President Robert W. Harnais was interviewed about the MBA's new Section 35 Helpline, a free legal assistance pilot program in Norfolk County designed to help county residents who are seeking court-ordered inpatient treatment for a family member or friend struggling with opioid addiction. Harnais was also interviewed on the same topic by the Cape Cod Times.
  • "CEO not entitled to privileged materials," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Jan. 11) -- MBA members Jeffrey J. Trapani and Theodore J. Folkman were quoted on a recent U.S. District Court decision in a Securities and Exchange Commission lawsuit.
  • "Federal bar adapting to 'seismic' rule changes," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Jan. 11) -- MBA members Mark Ventola, Elizabeth N. Mulvey and Thomas E. Peisch were quoted on changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, which took effect Dec. 1.
  • "Snap judgments: The top Massachusetts legal news story of 2016 will be...," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Jan. 11) -- MBA members Michelle R. Peirce, Hon. Edward M. Ginsburg (ret.) and Matthew Segal were quoted in a "snap judgments" feature predicting what the top legal stories of 2016 might be.
  • "Can Camille Cosby be forced to testify against her husband? It's murky." Washington Post (Jan. 8) -- MBA Criminal Justice Section Vice Chair Peter Elikann was quoted about the possibility of Camille Cosby having to testify against her husband, comedian Bill Cosby, in a defamation case over sexual assault allegations.