Notable & Quotable: MBA Members in the Media

Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017

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  • "Yahoo can't use federal law to withhold dead man's e-mails, SJC rules," Boston Globe (October 16) -- MBA Chief Legal Counsel Martin W. Healy commented on a recent SJC decision involving electronic property.

  • "Bill would bar parents' testimony against their kids in nearly all cases," Boston Globe (October 12) -- MBA Chief Legal Counsel Martin W. Healy was quoted on a bill that would forbid parents from testifying against their children.

  • "Western Massachusetts court-connected dispute resolution programs honored," MassLive.com (October 17) -- Michael Zeytoonian, chair of the MBA's Conflict Resolution Week Committee, was quoted in a piece recognizing the work of 15 court-connected dispute resolution programs in western Massachusetts.

  • "Stats show Appeals Court, SJC keeping up the pace," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (October 16) -- MBA members Hon. William I. Cowin (ret.) and Thomas J. Carey Jr. were quoted in a piece on the self-imposed 130-day rule of the Supreme Judicial Court and Appeals Court.

  • "Suit to enforce Fla. judgment allowed in Mass.," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (October 16) -- MBA member David B. Mack commented on a recent Superior Court ruling.

  • "Estate planning work doesn't trigger disqualification," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (October 16) -- MBA member Katherine L. Kenney provided commentary on a recent decision in the Business Litigation Session.

  • Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (October 16) -- MBA members Jeffrey P. Greenberg, Jonathan D. Plaut and Jeffrey L. Donaldson were quoted in the Hearsay column about Rule 3.1 of the Code of Judicial Conduct and how it applies to musicians.