Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the news and more

Thursday, Aug. 12, 2021


  • "Public sector workers face vaccine mandates," The Salem News (Aug. 9). MBA Chief Legal Counsel and Chief Operating Officer Martin W. Healy and MBA Health Law Section Council member Joel Rosen discussed the ability of state agencies to institute vaccine requirements for their employees. The article also appeared in The Eagle-Tribune, the Gloucester Daily Times, the Daily News of NewburyportThe Haverhill Gazette and the Rome News-Tribune.

  • "‘Late and limited’ personal rep can sue for wrongful death," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Aug. 9). MBA members Elizabeth N. MulveyJohanna L. Matloff and Joseph M. Desmond commented on a Superior Court judge's decision finding that a personal representative appointed under the "late and limited" exception more than four years after a decedent's passing had standing to assert a wrongful death claim.

  • "Response beginning to form to Biden ‘competition’ order," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Aug. 9). MBA member Russell Beck was quoted in an article highlighting early reaction to the Biden administration's recent executive order on “Promoting Competition in the American Economy.”

  • "Close corporation freezeout claims and the right of redemption: forbidden fruit," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Aug. 9). MBA Complex Commercial Litigation Section Council member Matthew J. Ginsburg wrote an article about the remedies available to disadvantaged minority shareholders in close corporation freezeout claims. The article originally appeared in the May/June 2021 issue of Section Review.
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