Notable & Quotable: MBA Members in the Media

Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017



  • "Why the higher education community is watching the MIT suicide case," WBUR (November 7) -- MBA Chief Legal Counsel Martin W. Healy was interviewed about an SJC case which considers whether MIT can be held liable for a student's suicide.
  • "Lawmakers weigh again raising age for juvenile courts," Gloucester Times (November 7) -- MBA Chief Legal Counsel Martin W. Healy offered comment in a story about efforts to raise the age of jurisdiction in juvenile courts from 18 to 19.
  • "OSHA's Volks rule controversy," Legal Talk Network (November 7) -- Former chair of the MBA's Workers' Compensation Section, Alan S. Pierce, discusses a measure signed into law this year nullifying the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule regarding an employer's obligation to keep accurate injury and illness records.
  • "Shareholder can proceed with tech co.'s dissolution," New England In-House (November 6) --Thomas J. Carey Jr., chair of the MBA's Amicus Curiae Committee, was quoted about a recent Supreme Judicial Court decision.
  • "Attorney fends off 'negotiating' legal-mal action," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (November 6) -- MBA members Scott S. Sinrich and Jessica G. Kelly offered commentary on a recent Superior Court ruling.