Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Sep. 8, 2016

Notable & Quotable

  • "New Mass bar president wants lawyers to be nicer to one another," Boston Business Journal (September 2) -- New MBA President Jeffrey N. Catalano was interviewed by the BBJ about his initiatives for the 2016-17 association year which began September 1. The beginning of Catalano's MBA presidency was also featured online by BC Law, the Boston College Law School magazine.
  • "Sudbury resident elected Massachusetts Bar Association treasurer," Wicked Local Sudbury (September 3) -- MBA Treasurer Christopher A. Kenney was featured in the online version of the Sudbury Town Crier.
  • "Westwood resident elected secretary of the Massachusetts Bar Association," Wicked Local Westwood (September 2) -- MBA Secretary Denise I. Murphy was featured by Wicked Local Westwood.
  • "Punitives reinstated in sexual harassment case," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (September 5) -- MBA member Rebecca G. Pontikes was quoted from an employment law perspective in a piece about a recent Supreme Judicial Court decision.
  • "Divorce lawyers divided on court's settlement initiatives," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (September 5) -- MBA members Lloyd D. Godson (chair, MBA Family Law Section Council), Kimberley J. Joyce (vice chair, MBA Family Law Section Council), Jennifer R. Clapp and Michael P. Judge each weighed in on proposed initiatives in the Probate & Family Court which would affect certain divorce cases.
  • "Understanding options after a job elimination," (September 5) -- The MBA's Lawyer Referral Service was mentioned in the "Ask the Job Doc" column as an option for individuals dealing with the elimination of a job.