Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Sep. 21, 2017

Notable & Quotable

  • "SJC changes the rules for felony murder for the first time since Civil War," Boston Globe (September 20) -- MBA Chief Legal Counsel Martin W. Healy commented on this week's SJC ruling, which narrowed the scope of the state's felony murder law. Healy also spoke about the ruling on WBUR and WBZ NewsRadio 1030.
  • "Court: Roadside drunken driving tests not valid for pot," WBZ NewsRadio 1030 (September 19) -- MBA Chief Legal Counsel Martin W. Healy was interviewed on this week's SJC ruling that field sobriety tests cannot be used as conclusive evidence that a driver was operating under the influence of marijuana. The interview was also picked up by High Times magazine.
  • "Sudbury resident named Massachusetts Bar Association president-elect," Wicked Local Sudbury/Sudbury Town Crier (September 18) -- MBA president-elect and Sudbury resident Christopher R. Kenney was featured as an MBA officer for the 2017-18 association year.
  • "Needham resident to participate in Bar Association academy," Wicked Local Needham/Needham Times (September 19) -- MBA member and Needham resident Amanda Shuman was featured as a participant of the 2017-18 MBA Leadership Academy.
  • "Life insurance policy exempt in bankruptcy," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (September 18) -- MBA member Joseph L. Bierwirth was quoted about a recent U.S. Bankruptcy Court ruling.
  • "Cinema workers can't get premium pay for Sundays," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (September 18) -- MBA member Daniel S. Field provided comment on a recent decision in the Business Litigation Session.
  • "Revisiting Title IX process could benefit all, lawyers say," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (September 18) -- MBA members Daniel K. Gelb and Djuna E. Perkins offered insight on a new Title IX process announced by the U.S. secretary of education.
  • Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (September 18) -- The People in the Law/On the Town section featured photos from the MBA's final Summer Social networking reception held at Tia's on the Waterfront in Boston.