- “Personnel File: Who’s On the Move,” State House News Service (Sept. 3). The State House News Service included an announcement about Denise I. Murphy’s election as MBA president and her focus on supporting lawyers and lawyer well-being. The announcement also mentioned that Thomas M. Bond was named president-elect.
- "Could overtime charges impact criminal evidence?" NBC10 Boston (Sept. 2). MBA Criminal Justice Section Council member Peter Elikann was interviewed about the case against nine Boston police officers accused of committing overtime fraud at the department's evidence warehouse.
- "Evidentiary hearing via Zoom constitutional, judge rules," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Aug. 31). MBA member Holly A. Harney and MBA Criminal Justice Section Council member Murat Erkan commented on a Superior Court judge's ruling finding that an evidentiary hearing in a felony case could be conducted via Zoom.
- "COVID-19 claims on deck before DIA," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Aug. 31). MBA Workers' Compensation Section Council member Deborah G. Kohl and MBA members Austin T. Powell and Richard H. Schwartz addressed unresolved questions pertaining to inherent risk and causation in claims alleging injury due to COVID-19.
- "Eviction ban doesn’t preclude attachment," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Aug. 31). MBA member Michael C. Fee discussed a Superior Court judge's decision, which found that, despite the state moratorium on evictions, a commercial landlord could attach its restaurant tenant's assets in order to eventually recoup unpaid rent.
- "Preventing improper witness coaching during remote depos," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Aug. 31). MBA member Michael J. Rossi wrote an article outlining recommendations for preventing improper witness coaching during remote depositions.
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