Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the news and more

Thursday, Sept. 7, 2023


  • "Port attorney elected president of Mass. Bar Association," The Daily News of Newburyport (Sept. 6). Damian J. Turco's election as president of the MBA for the 2023-24 year was announced in his local newspaper. Announcements on Turco's presidency also appeared in State House News Service and Law360, both on Sept. 1. 

  • "Management-side bar braces for fallout from ‘Stericycle,’" Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Sept. 4). MBA members Amy B. Royal and Daniel R. Fishman discussed a National Labor Relations Board decision pertaining to employer work rules that do not expressly restrict employees' protected concerted activity under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act but may still be unlawful under NLRA Section 8(a)(1).
  • "Remaindermen can seek property damage costs in partition case," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Sept. 4). MBA member Eric D. Correira commented on an Appeals Court decision that two remaindermen in a partition case involving property that was previously subject to a life estate can seek costs for property damage caused by a third remainderman. 

  • "BBO’s bar counsel makes move to executive director," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Sept. 4). MBA member Rodney S. Dowell, who had led the Office of Bar Counsel since 2019, was interviewed about his new role as executive director of the Board of Bar Overseers.
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