Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the news and more

Thursday, July 21, 2022


  • "CGL policy doesn’t cover Chapter 93A attorneys’ fees," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (July 18). MBA member Nicholas C. Cramb commented on a Supreme Judicial Court decision that a commercial general liability policy did not cover counsel fees for insureds who were found liable under Chapter 93A for breach of warranty resulting in bodily injury. 

  • "Lawyer immunized from fraud suit," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (July 18). MBA Family Law Section Council member Richard M. Novitch discussed a Supreme Judicial Court decision that the litigation privilege completely immunizes an attorney from claims that he committed fraud in his client's divorce in an effort to place martial assets beyond the reach of creditors.

  • "With attorney’s passing, bar loses its own Atticus Finch," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (July 18). An article remembering the life and career of MBA member Robert J. Muldoon Jr. quoted MBA Past Presidents Alice E. Richmond, Thomas F. Maffei and Christopher A. Kenney, as well as MBA member Richard M. Zielinski.

  • "MBA celebrates Access to Justice Award winners," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (July 18). This week's "People in the Law" section featured a recap and photos of the MBA's 2022 Access to Justice Awards Celebration on June 15 at the Sheraton Framingham.
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