Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the news and more

Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018


  • "Court is now in session: Massachusetts Appeals Court comes to UMass Boston for outreach program," UMass Boston News (Sept. 18). MBA Vice President and UMass Boston alumna Denise I. Murphy was quoted at a Massachusetts Appeals Court educational outreach event on the school's campus, where she appeared as a special guest to meet with current students.
  • “The race to end all races?” Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Sept. 17). MBA members Nicholas B. Carter, Harry S. Margolis and Richard L. Levine were quoted in a story about the recent results of the Democratic primary for Governor’s Council in District 3. In the election, Carter fell short in his attempt to unseat incumbent Marilyn M. Petitto Devaney.
  • “Class action over unpaid OT allowed,” Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Sept. 17).
    MBA member Christopher J. Petrini was quoted about an Appeals Court decision regarding an overtime provision in a collective bargaining agreement that differed from requirements set forth in the Wage Act.
  • “Elder law attorneys question Alzheimer’s family notice law,” Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Sept. 17). MBA members Karen B. Johnson and Patricia Keane Martin were quoted in a Hearsay article about a new law that attempts to provide doctors with greater means to notify family members of patients diagnosed with Alzheimer’s.   
  • “The passing of a universally respected ‘giant of the bar,’” Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Sept. 17). MBA member Arnold R. Rosenfeld paid tribute to MBA Past President Camille F. Sarrouf Sr., “one of the giants of the Massachusetts bar,” who passed away on Sept. 4. Rosenfeld had worked with Sarrouf for the last seven years at Sarrouf Law in Boston.

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