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MBA Past Presidents and current leadership at the 2010-11 Past Presidents' Dinner on Nov. 15.

MBA seeks nominations for 2011-12 officer and delegate positions

Submit nominations to MBA Secretary by Friday, Feb. 25

The Massachusetts Bar Association is currently accepting nominations for officer and delegate positions for the 2011-12 membership year. Nominees must submit a letter of intent and a current resume to MBA Secretary Marsha V. Kazarosian by 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 25, 2011 to be eligible. 

To submit a nomination, mail or hand deliver the information to:

Massachusetts Bar Association
Attn: Marsha V. Kazarosian, MBA Secretary
20 West St., Boston, MA 02111

Or fax the nomination to (617) 542-7947.

If you have any questions about the nomination process, call MBA Chief Operating Officer Martin W. Healy at (617) 988-4777.

Click here for nomination and election procedures.

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Top from left to right: MBA President-Elect Richard P. Campbell, Centennial Award honoree Eugene B. Berman, MBA President Denise Squillante, Centennial Award honoree Dorothy Varon, MBA Vice President Jeffery N. Catalano and MBA Treasurer Robert L. Holloway Jr.

Bottom from left to right: Probate and Family Court Chief Justice Paula M. Carey; President-elect Richard P. Campbell and MBA COO Martin W. Healy.

Photos by Tricia Oliver.

Delegates complete full agenda at November meeting in Springfield

The Nov. 18 meeting of the MBA House of Delegates featured a full agenda and a keynote presentation from Probate and Family Court Chief Justice Paula M. Carey. Among its business, the delegation decided to oppose mandatory fee arbitration, approve a resolution relative to peremptory challenges and support Limited Assistance Representation in select courts.

Carey speaks to state of the Probate and Family Court

MBA President Denise Squillante invited Carey to provide a status report of the Probate and Family Court. In light of the Massachusetts Trial Court budget cuts and harsh economic times, Carey's report provided a grim reality of court operations.

"It is like something I've never seen before," remarked Carey, who explained that "denial of justice is simply not an answer," despite lack of resources. Carey spoke to the effect that this is having on court personnel, many of who feel like their "shoveling sand on a tidal wave," she explained.

Carey cited the strained existing resources and lessons learned from staff training associated with already implemented portions of the Uniform Probate Code as reasons for the court filing legislation to delay the implementation of the remaining portions of the UPC slated for July 1, 2011. Carey has asked the legislature to consider delaying implementation for six months until Jan. 1, 2012.

As part of her address, Carey also hinted that delegates should "expect that we'll have alimony reform this year."

Attorney involvement in jury selection

President-elect Richard P. Campbell and others convinced delegates to support a resolution of the MBA Peremptory Task Force which supports preserving the exercise of peremptory of challenges. Campbell referred to these challenges as the "last vestige of attorney involvement in voir dire." MBA membership agreed with Campbell, who reported to the delegates that those who responded to a survey on the topic overwhelmingly supported the continued use of the practice. Other groups, including the Massachusetts Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Massachusetts Defense Lawyers Association, Massachusetts Chapter of American Board of Trial Advocates, Massachusetts Fellows of the American College of Trial Lawyers and New England Members of the Defense Research Institute, when polled, responded in similar fashion.

Judge Peter Agnes of the Superior Court serves on the task force and was present to join Campbell for the presentation to the delegates. "Our recommendation is to preserve this important tool for the bar and for the public," said Agnes.

Delegates support LAR

Access to Justice Section Council Chair Jayne B. Tyrrell was on hand to point out the positives of Limited Assistance Representation. Joining Tyrrell were Access to Justice Section Council member Lee Gartenberg; Judge Dina Fein, special advisor for Access to Justice Initiatives; and Springfield attorney Karen Duffy.

"LAR is an absolute key component to the Trial Court's Access to Justice Initiatives," said Fein.

Duffy, whose practice is 50 to 60 percent composed of LAR work, spoke to the benefits of "unbundling" services given the current times. Duffy and others argued that LAR was always going to be better than pro se litigants.

After debate and discussion, delegates unanimously supported the concept of LAR in the court departments that have already issued standing orders. These include all probate and family courts and housing courts across the commonwealth.

Other business

Highlights of the meeting's other business, included:

  • As part of her president's report, Squillante encouraged delegates to join her in sponsoring law students to cover their MBA dues. She also encouraged delegates to sign on as sustaining members of the MBA (sustaining members contribute funds beyond their required dues to help support MBA programs and services). In addition, she announced that President-elect Richard P. Campbell and Treasurer Robert L. Holloway have been selected to lead a strategic planning effort for the MBA.
  • Holloway announced a surplus in the MBA budget.
  • Delegates responded positively to Vice President Douglas K. Sheff's push for the delegation to oppose the establishment of a system of Mandatory Fee Arbitration.
  • Chief Operating Officer and Chief Legal Counsel Martin W. Healy spoke to the changes brought forth by the November election. Healy reported that 36 incumbent members of the House and eight members of the Senate will not be returning to the state Legislature. Healy told the delegation that key changes are possible with the onset of the new session to begin in January-particularly with the Judiciary and Ways and Means committees.
  • Delegates voted to fill the at-large delegate position vacated by Antoinette Leoney with Martin Kane.

Celebratory Reception features Centennial Honorees

Following the HOD meeting, delegates and MBA members from Western Massachusetts were invited to attend a holiday reception. The reception featured the presentation of two Centennial Awards to Dorothy Varon of Mass Mutual and bankruptcy attorney Eugene B. Berman. Both were on hand to accept their awards from Campbell and Holloway.

Varon was honored for her work helping to start the Hampden County Housing Court Lawyer for a Day program and for spearheading the creation of a pro bono program in the MassMutual law department that is now being expanded. She has sat on numerous non-profit boards, including All Out Adventures, and currently serves as an advisor on the Board of the Angkor Dance Troupe.

Berman was celebrated for his work on the issue of predatory mortgage lending and the foreclosure crisis. He suggested and became the chair of the Hampden County Bar Association's Foreclosure Task Force as well as organized and chaired the Alliance of Providers of Legal Services to Individuals Facing Foreclosure. Berman was the organizer of Springfield's Mattoon Street Historic Preservation Association and served as its president for many years. Click here to view a letter of gratitude from Berman to Squillante.

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Legislative News

Senate passes a Red Flags Rule bill

Earlier this week the United States Senate passed a Red Flags Rule bill that would exempt lawyers and other entities from the Red Flags Rule.

The Massachusetts Bar Association was actively opposed to the application of the Red Flags Rule to attorneys and voiced its concerns to the Federal Trade Commission.

The MBA, working with the American Bar Association, also communicated its concerns to members of Congress. Ultimately, the ABA filed suit in August following months of work seeking clarification of the rule and its application to lawyers. The District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that the FTC's so-called "Red Flags Rule" cannot be applied to lawyers.

The Red Flags Rule was promulgated by the FTC under the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA Act) of 2003. The Red Flags Rule requires certain creditors to develop and implement programs to identify, detect and respond to warning signs of identity theft. The FTC had indicated plans to apply the rule to lawyers, despite the fact that they are not creditors.

The legislation now awaits House action.

Click here to view the bill.

 

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"Law Practice Guide" Lawyers Journal issue available

The December issue of Lawyers Journal has been mailed and is available online. It features a special Law Practice Guide with specialists' views on topics including: non-compete agreements; variations in damage allocations among New England states; and tips for clients in employment cases and regarding written I-9 policies.

This is also the first issue featuring a change in format for Section Review articles, which will appear as a regular feature of Lawyers Journal. The new format kicks off with Property Law and Immigration Law articles. The issue also includes:

  • The start of the MBA's Tiered Community Mentoring Program's second year;
  • A dozen attorneys, including U.S. Army reservist Richard A. Sugarman, who volunteered to answer veterans' legal questions; and
  • An invitation to submit officer and delegate nominations for the 2010-11 year.
Click here to read the December Lawyers Journal.

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Fantastic Four: Tips from FirmFuture

On Wednesday, Dec. 1, the MBA and the Warren Group presented the first FirmFuture Conference at the Marriott Copley hotel in Boston.  The conference was attended by 600+ lawyers and law-related professionals, and was fertile ground for tips, tricks and techniques.

Here are several, gleaned from sessions and observations:

  • There are useful, built-in security and encryption features within Microsoft Word. Here's a primer on just how easy it is to encrypt using Word 2007, with links to more detailed information.
  • Effective collaboration requires the application of effective access controls. If you are sharing documents or information over a secured web portal with clients or colleagues, don't overshare: give collaborators access only to the information you want them to have, and don't expose work product or confidential client information. Effective collaboration requires a baseline understanding of the applications you use, so that you can set effective administrative controls for external access.
  • When marketing your practice, think beyond the traditional holiday card. Everyone sends Christmas cards. One way to differentiate yourself from the pack is to send season's greetings on off holidays. A Christmas card gets lost in the shuffle; but, a Halloween card, a Flag Day card -- now that's memorable.
  • Attendance at conferences like these really brings home the point that networking is essential to successful law practices. Even if a conference does not draw as many people as the FirmFuture Conference did, smaller sessions can be just as effective. It only takes meeting one colleague to get a referral, or to establish a referral pipeline.

If you missed the FirmFuture Conference, don't fret none. Watch for the release of MBA program sessions through MBA On Demand in the coming weeks.

Tip courtesy of Jared Correia, Law Practice Management Advisor, Law Office Management Assistance Program.

Published December 2, 2010

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For more helpful tips, join the MBA's Law Practice Management Section. Call MBA Member Services at (617) 338-0530 to join.

To learn more about the Law Practice Management Section, contact Co-Chairs Andrea Goldman or Phil Taylor.

Celebrate the holidays with the MBA, Dec. 9 and 16


MBA members are cordially invited to join us
for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres
to ring in the holidays.

Annual Boston Member Holiday ReceptionJustice Greaney

Thursday, Dec. 16, 5-7 p.m.
MBA, 20 West St., Boston
Click here to R.S.V.P.

Join the MBA at our annual holiday reception as we honor former SJC Justice John M. Greaney with an MBA Centennial Award.

The MBA is proud to be taking part in a holiday can drive to benefit the Greater Boston Food Bank and Open Pantry Community Services in Springfield. We will be accepting donations of non-perishable items through Saturday, Dec. 18 at both the MBA Boston and Springfield offices. The most needed items include canned tuna, peanut butter, canned fruits and vegetables, cereal, granola bars, pasta and jarred sauce.

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Young Lawyers Division Holiday Open House

Thursday, Dec. 9, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
MBA, 20 West St., Boston

Click here
to R.S.V.P.

YLD Holiday Open House

Bring a colleague and join fellow MBA Young Lawyers Division members for a holiday open house. Enjoy cocktails and hors d'oeuvres with participating in ice breaker trivia. Prizes will be awarded to the winning ice breaker trivia team.

We will also be hosting a toy drive to benefit The Home for Little Wanderers. Please consider bringing a toy or gift card to donate. To see a list of most requested items, click here. All attendees who bring a toy will be entered to win a pair of tickets to see the Boston Bruins take on the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday, Jan. 13 at 7 p.m. at the TD Bank North Garden.

 

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News from the courts

Judge Mark D Mason named chair of Trial Court ADR Committee; Proposed amendments to SJC Rule 1:19, 4:02 and Rule 8 of the Mass. Rules of Appellate Procedure

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Judge Mark D Mason named chair of Trial Court ADR Committee

Judge MasonChief Justice for Administration & Management Robert A. Mulligan has named Springfield District Court Judge and MBA Past President Mark D Mason to chair the Standing Committee on Dispute Resolution, which has been chaired since its inception by Hampshire County Probate and Family Court First Justice Gail P. Perlman, who will retire in the spring.

"I am pleased that Judge Mason has agreed to assume the leadership on this issue," said Chief Justice Mulligan. "The focus on ADR in the Trial Court has been the result of collaboration between the trial court, the bar and the public at large. Thecurrent fiscal constraints in the Trial Court enhance the value of this option for litigants."

The Standing Committee has successfully implemented and overseen the commonwealth's court-connected dispute resolution services in the Trial Court since it was formed in 2005 to advise the CJAM on these issues. The 20-member Committee assists programs, judges, Trial Court employees and litigants to make use of conflict resolution options as part of the modern justice system. It is comprised of judges and court personnel from all Trial Court Departments, along with attorneys and providers of dispute resolution services.

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Proposed Amendments
  • SJC Rule 1:19: Cameras in the Courts: The Supreme Judicial Court Rules Committee solicits comments on proposed amendments to SJC Rule 1:19: Cameras in the Courts. The amendments were recommended by the Supreme Judicial Court's Judiciary-Media Committee. They were  drafted by a subcommittee created to review the current rule and recommend changes in light of advances in technology and journalism since the rule was promulgated. The proposed revisions change the name of the rule to Electronic Access to the Courts. They also include an expanded definition of media and a requirement that media register with the Court's Public Information Office. The proposed amendments allow the media to possess and operate electronic devices in the courtroom, subject to certain restrictions. Live blogging from the courtroom generally would be permissible. Click here for more information.
  • S.J.C. Rule 4:02: The Supreme Judicial Court Rules Committee solicits comments on a proposed amendment to S.J.C. Rule 4:02. The amendment, proposed by the Board of Bar Overseers, would require the board and bar counsel to keep lawyers' home addresses disclosed on registration statements confidential, unless a home address is also a lawyer's place of business. Persons seeking a  lawyer's confidential home address from the board would be required to obtain authorization from a single justice. The proposed amendment is intended to protect the security of lawyers while allowing  the board and bar counsel to conduct their business. Click here for more information. The amendment would insert the following  new section in SJC Rule 4:02:

    (10)  Residential Addresses Confidential. Residential addresses disclosed on registration statements, except those designated as the registrant's place of business, shall be treated as confidential and shall be used by the board and by bar counsel only for the purpose of communicating with registrants or otherwise in the course of the business of the board or bar counsel.  Other than in the course of such business, neither the board or bar counsel shall disclose any such residential address to any third party unless directed to do so by order of this court for Suffolk County.
  • Rule 8 of the Mass. Rules of Appellate Procedure: The Supreme Judicial Court's Working Group on Rule 8 of the Massachusetts Rules of Appellate Procedure solicits comments on proposed amendments to Mass. R.A.P. 8(b) and a proposed administrative order. The working group was established by the Supreme Judicial Court to review the current rule and recommend appropriate changes. The proposed amendments substantially rewrite and simplify the rule, particularly with regard to transcripts of electronically recorded proceedings. Many of the proposed changes reflect the widespread use of new digital audio recording systems in the trial court. The proposed amendments recognize the role of the Office of Transcription Services (OTS), the office within the Administrative Office of the Trial Court that manages transcript preparation.

    In addition to the amended rule, the working group proposes that the administrative details for transcript orders be included in an administrative order to be issued by the Chief Justice for Administration and Management of the Trial Court. Click here for more information. The procedures proposed to be governed by the administrative order include:

    1. A requirement that transcripts be submitted electronically in pdf format. The electronic copy will reduce the need for additional paper copies and facilitate the distribution of the transcript to the parties.
    2. The establishment of a uniform procedure for payment for transcripts in civil cases. The ordering party is required to pay fifty percent of the estimated cost at the time the order is placed and the balance upon completion of the transcript.
    3. The establishment of a standard "presumptive list" of proceedings to be transcribed in criminal and child welfare cases. The clerk's office initiates the order in these cases and the presumptive list will reduce delay and provide uniformity. Appellate counsel may identify other proceedings that should be transcribed.

Upcoming CLE seminar and program schedule

Register for the upcoming "Employment Law for Lawyers" seminar on Dec. 8

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To register for the following programs, call MBA Member Services at (617) 338-0530, [e-mail membership] or visit the CLE Web site. Scroll down for program details, including dates and registration details.

Recorded program Recorded session available for purchase after live program through MBA On Demand.

Live program Real-time webcast available for purchase through MBA On Demand.

DECEMBER CLE PROGRAMS

Legal Chat: What to do About that File Languishing on Your Desk Live program
Friday, Dec. 3, noon-1 p.m.
NOTE: There is no on-site attendance for Legal Chats.

Employment Law for Lawyers Recorded program
Wednesday, Dec. 8, 4-7 p.m.
MBA, 20 West St., Boston


Eighth Annual In-House Counsel Conference Live program
Thursday, Dec. 9, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
MBA, 20 West St., Boston


Legal Chat: Relationship Building During the Holiday Season and Beyond Live program
Friday, Dec. 10, noon-1 p.m.
NOTE: There is no on-site attendance for Legal Chats.

'Tis the Season: Handling Snow and Ice Cases Recorded program
Wednesday, Dec. 15, 4-7 p.m.
MBA, 20 West St., Boston


Legal Chat: Traps for the Unwary Live program
Friday, Dec. 17, noon-1 p.m.
NOTE: There is no on-site attendance for Legal Chats.

December 2010/January 2011 CLE BrochureNOTE: The MBA CLE brochure will no longer be mailed to MBA members, but will continue to be featured online on a monthly basis. Online registration for CLE programs is quick and simple.

Click here to view the brochure and register for an upcoming program.

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MBA On Demand in line
Practitioners who were not able to attend MBA CLE programs in November can now view select programs on MBA On Demand.

To view a listing of all programs offered on MBA On Demand, click here.

 

 

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Want tips from fellow practitioners on data management and electronic communication practices?

Register for the Dec. 9 Eighth Annual In-House Counsel Conference: Doing Business in the Electronic Age

Eighth Annual In-House Counsel Conference Live program

Thursday, Dec. 9, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
MBA, 20 West St., Boston

**Sponsored by the Business Law Section**

The theme of the MBA's Eighth Annual In-House Counsel Conference is "Doing Business in the Electronic Age." This program has been designed to present in-house counsel with information from other in-house practitioners, outside counsel, public agency counsel and others on a range of topics relating to electronic communications and recordkeeping. 

Those who attend this year's conference with have an opportunity to hear from such authorities as:

  • The Hon. Timothy S. Hillman, magistrate judge of the U.S. District Court;
  • Krish Gupta, deputy general counsel of EMC Corporation;
  • F. Kinsey Haffner, vice president of Intellectual Property and Licensing of Raytheon Company;
  • Stephen Cesso, general counsel of Computershare, Inc.;
  • Elizabeth McCarron, vice president and assistant general counsel of EMC Corporation;
  • Scott Schafer, chief of the consumer protection division of the Office of Attorney General;
  • Stephanie Zierten, deputy general counsel of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Information Technology Division;
  • Dr. Graham Gal, University of Massachusetts Isenberg School of Business; and
  • Donna Durkin, chief information security & privacy officer of Computershare, Inc.

Attendees at this year's conference will hear presentations concerning:

  • Counseling a company and identifying risk in an era of rapidly evolving information sharing, communication and electronic storage;
  • Data management issues, including privacy breaches, record retention and special issues involving European Union data;
  • How to manage the protection of a company's trade secrets in light of the use of social media and other tools for collaboration and development;
  • Special litigation issues presented by electronic recordkeeping, and the challenges that courts confront in keeping pace with developing information technologies; and
  • On-line social media and cloud computing, and the importance of social media policies.

Others participants at this year's conference are Douglas E. Cornelius, Esq. of Beacon Capital Partners; James C. Donnelly, Jr., Esq. of Mirick, O'Connell, DeMallie and Lougee LLP; Robert J. Kerwin, Esq. of Tarlow, Breed, Hart & Rodgers PC; Peter D. McDermott, Esq., patent attorney, of Banner & Witcoff, Ltd.; and David A. Parke, Esq., of Bulkley, Richardson & Gelinas, LLP.

Co-sponsor: New England Corporate Counsel Association (NECCA)

** The In-House Counsel Conference will be featured on Twitter using a hashtag. Add #MBAInHouse to your saved Twitter searches to receive all In-House Conference Tweets on Dec. 9. If you are attending the conference, please feel free to Tweet about conference highlights using #MBAInHouse. **

Click here to register.

MBA On Demand in line
Unable to come to Boston? This program is available as a real-time Webcast. When registering, participants can choose to attend "virtually" from your home or office computer. If you choose to attend the program via real-time Webcast, space is limited. Registrants will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.


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Section News: Upcoming meetings and special section events

Health Law Section Council meeting; Taxation Law Section Council open meeting; Individual Rights & Responsibilities Section Council meeting; Juvenile & Child Welfare Section Council meeting; Young Lawyers Division Holiday open house; Immigration Law Section Council meeting; Municipal Tax Law Practice Group

Health Law Section Council meeting

Tuesday, Dec. 7, 5-6:30 p.m.
MBA, 20 West St., Boston

The next meeting of the Health Law Section Council will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 7 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. All section members are invited to attend.

To R.S.V.P., click here.

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Taxation Law Section Council open meeting

Wednesday, Dec. 8, 4-5 p.m.
MBA, 20 West St., Boston

The next open meeting of the Taxation Law Section Council will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 8 from 4 to 5 p.m. The council will lead a discussion on divorce tax issues. The meeting will be open to Taxation Law Section members, Family Law Section members, Probate Law Section members and members of the Young Lawyers Division. The section council business meeting will follow the open meeting at 5 p.m.

To R.S.V.P., click here.

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Individual Rights & Responsibilities Section Council meeting

Wednesday, Dec 8, 4-5:30 p.m.
MBA, 20 West St., Boston


The next meeting of the Individual Rights & Responsibilities Section Council Section Council will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 8 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. All section members are invited to attend.

To R.S.V.P., click here.

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Juvenile & Child Welfare Section Council meeting

Wednesday, Dec. 8, 5:30-7 p.m.
MBA, 20 West St., Boston

The next meeting of the Juvenile & Child Welfare Section Council is Wednesday, Dec. 8 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The guest speaker will be Erik Pitchal, assistant clinical professor of law at Suffolk University Law School. Pitchal will talk about new legislation affecting young people aging out of Department of Children and Families custody.

To R.S.V.P., click here.

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Young Lawyers Division Holiday open house

Thursday, Dec. 9, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
MBA, 20 West St., Boston

Bring a colleague and join fellow MBA Young Lawyers Division members for a holiday open house. Enjoy cocktails and hors d'oeuvres while participating in ice breaker trivia. Prizes will be awarded to the winning ice breaker trivia team.

The MBA's Young Lawyers Division will also be hosting a toy drive to benefit The Home for Little Wanderers. Please consider bringing a toy or gift card to donate. To see a list of most requested items, click here. All Young Lawyers Division Holiday Open House attendees who bring a toy will be entered to win a pair of tickets to see the Boston Bruins take on the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday, Jan. 13 at 7 p.m. at the TD Bank North Garden.

To R.S.V.P., click here.

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Immigration Law Section Council meeting

Thursday, Dec. 9, 5:15-6:45 p.m.
MBA, 20 West St., Boston

The next meeting of the Immgration Law Section Council is Thursday, Dec. 9 from 5:15 to 6:45 p.m. Section council member Michele Vakili will conduct a roundtable discussion on "Waivers of Inadmissibilty and Bars." Vakili has been practicing in this area for many years, and she will provide valuable insight into how you might be able to save your client from removal.

To R.S.V.P., click here.

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Municipal Tax Law Practice Group

Wednesday, Dec. 15, 5:30-7 p.m.
MBA, 20 West St., Boston

The next meeting of the Municipal Tax Practice Group is Wednesday, Dec. 15 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.The group will host two prominent members of the Massachusetts real estate appraisal community, Donald Bouchard, MAI, of Lincoln Properties and Emmet Logue, MAI, of NAI Hunneman. The guest speakers will address the group on current real estate market conditions. Both Don and Emmet have testified extensively at the Appellate Tax Board.

To R.S.V.P., click here.

 

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