Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the news and more

Thursday, March 10, 2022


  • "SJC to weigh local zoning of solar energy facilities," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (March 7). MBA member David K. McCay was quoted in an article about a Supreme Judicial Court case regarding the ability of municipalities to regulate solar energy facilities pursuant to the restrictions placed on local zoning efforts under the state’s Dover Amendment.

  • "Thwarted beneficiary can’t bring civil RICO action," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (March 7). MBA member Eric D. Correira commented on a First U.S. Circuit of Appeals decision that a beneficiary could not bring civil RICO claims arising from a scheme involving her uncle’s business that allegedly reduced her inheritance from his estate

  • "Judge denies dissolution of corporation in Hyannis ferry family feud," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (March 7). MBA Business Law Section Council member Lee E. Rajsich and MBA member Payal Salsburg discussed a Superior Court judge's decision that a plaintiff should not be granted the remedy of dissolving a closely held corporation because he failed to show that it had suffered or was being threatened with irreparable injury
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