Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Jul. 14, 2016

Notable & Quotable

  • "Courts cut online access to criminal cases," Boston Globe (July 14) -- MBA Chief Legal Counsel and Chief Operating Officer Martin W. Healy commented on the concerns raised by the legal community as a result of recent changes made to online access in superior court criminal cases.
  • "Frank Gaziano confirmed to SJC seat," Boston Globe (July 14) -- MBA Chief Legal Counsel and Chief Operating Officer Martin W. Healy applauded the confirmation of Hon. Frank M. Gaziano to fill an upcoming seat on the Supreme Judicial Court.
  • "Can busing witnesses taint a murder investigation," Boston Globe (July 12) -- MBA President Robert W. Harnais provided analysis as a criminal defense attorney on the practice of busing witnesses.
  • "Insurance company's bid to replace arbitrator fails," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (July 11) -- MBA members Thomas M. Bond, David A. Hoffman and Seth J. Robbins offered comments on this civil litigation and arbitration issue.
  • "HAC's approval of 40B project upheld," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (July 11) -- MBA member Christopher R. Agostino provided his analysis of a recent Appeals Court ruling.
  • "Stepfather sued for abuse can assert psychotherapy privilege," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (July 11) -- MBA members Annette Gonthier-Kiely, Paul R. Cirel and Anthony J. Cichello were quoted on a recent U.S. District Court ruling.
  • Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (July 11) -- MBA member Leonard Kopelman was quoted in the Hearsay column about the opening of his new firm which specializes in municipal law.
  • Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (July 11) -- Photos from the MBA's 2016 Annual Dinner were featured in the People in the Law section.