Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017

Notable & Quotable

  • "'Top Chef' acquittals not satisfying but right, juror says," Law360 (August 22) -- Former chair of the MBA's Criminal Justice Section Peter Elikann offered analysis of the jury's verdict in the "Top Chef" extortion trial.
  • "Nurse injured driving home for weekend entitled to comp," New England In-House (August 22) -- Deborah G. Kohl, chair of the MBA's Workers' Compensation Section, was quoted on a recent decision made by a Massachusetts Department of Industrial Accidents Reviewing Board panel.
  • "Court allows injunction labeling house raided by Foxboro police a "drug-free zone,"" Sun Chronicle (August 18) -- Former chair of the MBA's Criminal Justice Section Peter Elikann provided insight on a ruling made by a Superior Court judge in Dedham.
  • "Foreclosure-sale challenge barred," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (August 21) -- MBA members Richard D. Vetstein, Thomas O. Moriarty and Tyler E. Chapman were quoted on a recent Land Court ruling.
  • "Plaintiff roofer need not divulge immigration status," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (August 21) -- MBA members Jason R. Markle, Jonathan A. Karon and Elizabeth N. Mulvey offered commentary on a recent Superior Court decision.
  • Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (August 21) -- MBA President Jeffrey N. Catalano is pictured with MBA member David M. Hodge, the recipient of the MBA's Community Service Award, in the People in the Law/On the Town section. The award was presented at the Hampden County Bar Association's annual meeting.