Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Mar. 2, 2017

Notable & Quotable

  • "McGovern: Strong offense not best defense for Aaron Hernandez,'" Boston Herald (March 2) -- Peter Elikann, former chair of the MBA's Criminal Justice Section, offered his thoughts on criminal defense strategies when speaking to a jury.
  • WBZ NewsRadio 1030 (March 1) -- MBA Past President Marsha V. Kazarosian provided insight into the defense strategies in the Aaron Hernandez double-murder trial given that Hernandez has previously been convicted of murder and is currently serving a life sentence.

  • "Ex-police sergeant who faced 40 complaints wins investigator's license,'" Boston Globe (Feb, 28) -- Peter Elikann, former chair of the MBA's Criminal Justice Section, and Robert W. Harnais, immediate past president, were quoted on the vetting process for state-licensed private investigators.
  • "Decision casts doubt on 'thousands' of OUI cases,'" Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Feb. 27) -- MBA members Anne C. Goldbach and Thomas E. Workman provided commentary on an order granted in Concord District Court pertaining to the scientific reliability of the Alcotest 9510.
  • "MCAD: duty of employer extends past FMLA period,'" Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Feb. 27) -- Margaret H. Paget, chair of the MBA's Labor & Employment Section, along with MBA members John F. Tocci and Tobias W. Crawford offered analysis of a recent decision from a hearing officer of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination.
  • "Investor can't bring fiduciary, bad-faith claims against board,'" Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Feb. 27) -- MBA member James L. Rudolph commented on a recent ruling in the Business Litigation Session.
  • Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Feb. 27) -- MBA member and criminal defense attorney Randy S. Chapman was quoted in the Hearsay column about jurors making premature deliberations based on outside information.
  • "Looking for a leg up on the new pot business,'" Boston Business Journal (Feb. 24) -- MBA member Kevin Conroy was quoted on his firm's (Foley Hoag) recent launch of a marijuana practice group in response to the state's new recreational marijuana law.