Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017

Notable & Quotable

  • "Juvenile parole hearings draw mixed reviews in Massachusetts," Boston Herald, via Associated Press (July 31) -- MBA Chief Legal Counsel Martin W. Healy commented on court rulings that now allow juveniles to be eligible for parole after serving 20 or 30 years of a life sentence when convicted of first-degree murder. This AP article ran in several news outlets across the country.
  • Boston 25 News (August 2/3) -- Former chair of the MBA's Criminal Justice Section Peter Elikann provided pre- and post-verdict analysis of the forthcoming verdict in the Michelle Carter trial.
  • "Duty of attorneys for LLC reaches non-client minority," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (July 31) -- MBA member Stephen D. Riden was quoted about a recent Appeals Court finding.
  • "Tax foreclosure doesn't alter renter's tenant-at-will status," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (July 31) -- MBA members Kenneth A. Krems, Alan H. Segal and Jordana Roubicek Greenman offered commentary on a recent District Court decision involving an at-will tenant.