- "U.S. Supreme Court prepares to consider Boston Marathon bomber’s fate," Boston 25 News (Oct. 12). MBA Criminal Justice Section Council member Peter Elikann was interviewed for a news report on the U.S. Supreme Court case that will decide whether the death sentence against Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev should stand.
- "Probate & Family Court steps up to address understaffing," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Oct. 11). MBA Trust Administration Practice Group member Nancy M. Weissman and MBA member E. Alexandra Golden were quoted in an article about the Probate and Family Court's efforts to address staffing shortages within its registries.
- "Proposed changes to IOLTA rules create stir," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Oct. 11). MBA members Henry J. Dane, Erin K. Higgins and James S. Bolan commented on proposed changes to the rules governing IOLTA accounts in the wake of the Supreme Judicial Court's 2020 decision in In the Matter of Olchowski.
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"Carey to retire as Trial Court chief justice," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Oct. 11), via @masslw.