Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017

Notable & Quotable

  • "The penalty for a company that kills someone: a $1,000 fine,'" The Republican (Feb. 17) -- MBA Chief Legal Counsel and Chief Operating Officer Martin W. Healy offered commentary in a story on a bill that would increase the penalty for corporate manslaughter.
  • "I-Team: Calls for ethics investigation into secret MBTA take-home perk,'" WBZ TV, Channel 4 (Feb. 17) -- MBA member Stephen J. Weymouth was interviewed for an investigative piece on a hidden take-home car perk.
  • "Ask the Experts: Divorce paperwork available at Probate and Family Court,'" The Republican (Feb. 22) -- MBA members Diana S. Velez Harris and Kyle R. Guelcher answered readers' questions on divorce paperwork and court interpreters.
  • "Brookfield-based trooper recorded stops without approval,'" Telegram & Gazette (Feb. 20) -- MBA member and defense attorney Stephen J. Weymouth provided his thoughts on what might constitute improper withholding of evidence and obstruction of evidence.
  • "Governo case gleaned for lessons in handling efiles,'" Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Feb. 20) -- Susan Letterman White, chair of the MBA's Law Practice Management Section, was quoted in a piece about client efiles.
  • "SJC extends to bloggers benefit of anti-SLAPP,'" Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Feb. 20) -- MBA member David A. Kluft offered commentary on an SJC decision involving the anti-SLAPP law and how it applies to blogs.
  • Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Feb. 20) -- MBA member Leonard H. Kesten provided analysis of a 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decision in the Hearsay column.