Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the news and more

Thursday, March 9, 2023


  • "Litigators divided as new rule on remote depositions nears," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (March 6). MBA members Gary M. Weiner and Peter J. Ainsworth discussed the Supreme Judicial Court's impending adoption of final rules governing remote depositions.

  • "Tenants’ class action can proceed over application fee," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (March 6). MBA member Kevin T. Peters commented on a Superior Court judge's decision that a prospective tenant could bring a putative class action against a landlord who charged an illegal, nonrefundable application fee and then offered to settle for what the plaintiffs could expect to recover in a lawsuit.

  • "Attorneys note rise in cryptocurrency whistleblowers," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (March 6). MBA member Adam L. Sisitsky was quoted in an article noting that federal agencies have seen a rise in whistleblower reports of cryptocurrency-related fraud.

  • "The ethical boundaries of zealous advocacy in election suits and beyond," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (March 6). MBA member Michael J. Rossi wrote an article about the ethical limits of zealous advocacy, citing as an example the conduct of Trump campaign attorney Rudy Giuliani following the 2020 presidential election.
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