MassBar Bulletin: Member Updates

Thursday, Nov. 2, 2023

Wellington, Florida

Albert Maggio HeadshotMassachusetts Bar Association member Albert B. Maggio Jr. of CRGO Law in Wellington, Florida, has been appointed to serve a three-year term on the Executive Committee of the California Lawyers Association's Business Law Section.

In addition, Maggio has been appointed to the adjunct faculty at New England Law | Boston.

Maggio is a former chair of the MBA's Business Law Section and a former member of the The Florida Bar's Clients' Security Fund Standing Committee. His multi-jurisdictional practice focuses on assisting startup and emerging technology companies with their corporate, transactional, and intellectual property law initiatives. 


Suffolk County
MBA member James M. Pender, a partner at Morgan, Brown & Joy in Boston, presented at the Massachusetts Municipal Association annual Labor Relations Seminar on Oct. 27. Pender presented, “Uncharted Waters: Reasonable Accommodations in the Post-COVID Workplace,” and shared expert insights on post-COVID accommodations and compliance under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Pender provides labor and employment law advice and litigates matters on behalf of public- and private-sector employers. Much of his practice involves providing legal advice and guidance to clients regarding both union and non-union personnel to help employers navigate the often-complicated array of federal and state laws and regulations affecting employment.


The Massachusetts Bar Association accepts MBA member-submitted announcements for publication in eJournal. Get further connected with fellow MBA members by sharing your noteworthy professional and personal accomplishments. There is no cost to participate.

HOW TO SUBMIT: Send a blurb of 75 words or less to Please include your name, firm/place of work, and the town and county where you work. Photo submissions are also welcome (hi-res, 300 dpi or larger, photos).

Announcements accepted for consideration include individual professional accomplishments (new jobs, promotions, recent accomplishments or awards*, etc.) and personal news (weddings, engagements, birth announcements, and other notable outside-of-work accomplishments). 

*Awards should not include mentions in Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers, AV ratings and other list-type awards due to the large number of attorneys who receive them.