Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Jun. 9, 2016

Notable & Quotable

  • "Confidential data released as Saugus legal fight grinds on," Boston Globe (June 5) -- MBA President-elect Jeffrey N. Catalano commented on an employee privacy issue in an ongoing civil case.
  • "SJC orders new trial in 'shaken baby' case," Boston Globe (June 3) -- Peter T. Elikann, chair of the MBA's Criminal Justice Section Council, explained the legal ramifications of a recent SJC ruling from a criminal defense standpoint.
  • "Federal judges split on use of anti-SLAPP law," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (June 6) -- MBA member David H. Rich weighed in on a story involving commercial litigation.
  • "BPD promotion exam ruled valid," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (June 6) -- MBA members Christopher J. Petrini and Boston College Law School professor Mark Brodin provided comments on a municipal law issue.
  • "'Residual' clauses fall like dominoes in sentencing rulings," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (June 6) -- Peter T. Elikann, chair of the MBA's Criminal Justice Section Council, offered legal analysis as a criminal defense attorney.