Notable & Quotable: MBA Members in the Media

Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017


  • "Expert testimony comes at a price," Cape Cod Times (October 8) -- Former chair of the MBA's Criminal Justice Section Peter Elikann provided insight for a story on the use of experts during criminal trials.
  • "Bar association honors Irvine for community service," Daily Hampshire Gazette (October 9) -- MBA member Peter Irvine received the Massachusetts Bar Association Community Service Award at the 2017 Hampshire County Bar Association annual meeting on Sept. 28.
  • "Medical advances sharpen battles in brain injury cases," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (October 9) -- MBA Past President Douglas K. Sheff and MBA members Grace V.B. Garcia and William L. Keville Jr. were quoted in a piece about advances in medical technology in proving the existence of brain injuries.
  • "Board denied benefit of biz judgment rule," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (October 9) -- MBA member Stephen D. Riden commented on a recent decision in the Business Litigation Session.
  • "Contract between rehab facility, auto-insurer 'PPO' enforceable," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (October 9) -- MBA member Mark J. Ventola provided comment on a recent decision from the Appellate Division for the Western District.
  • Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (October 2) -- MBA member Donald S. McCauley was quoted in the Hearsay column about a new affiliation between the McCauley Lyman and Barclay Damon firms.