Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the news and more

Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018


  • “NLRB ready to revamp ‘joint employer’ test,” Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Oct. 1). MBA members Corey F. Higgins and Damien M. DiGiovanni were quoted about a new rule proposed by the National Labor Relations Board that would set a higher standard for establishing joint-employer status. 
  • “After $1 million in settlements with Boston hospitals, days of cameras in ER may be over,” Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Oct. 1). MBA member Matthew R. Fisher was quoted in a Hearsay article about the legal considerations hospitals must weigh before allowing film crews into their emergency rooms. 
  • “Commercial damages: selecting a financial expert,” Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Oct. 1). MBA member Stephen L. Ferraro wrote a column outlining several factors that attorneys should consider when selecting a commercial damages expert.
  • “The future of estate planning: a reason for optimism,” Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Oct. 4). MBA member Harry S. Margolis wrote an opinion article explaining how the practice of estate planning will change over the next 10 to 20 years.
  • “Christine Blasey Ford testimony triggers memories for sexual assault survivors,” Boston 25 News (Sept. 28). In an interview with Boston 25 News, MBA Executive Management Board member and criminal defense attorney Peter T. Elikann discussed how he might formulate a defense strategy for Supreme Court nominee Hon. Brett M. Kavanaugh, who has faced allegations of sexual assault.

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