Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the media

Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017


  • "Southbridge residents fear prospects of no plows this winter," Telegram & Gazette (Dec. 26) -- MBA Chief Legal Counsel and Chief Operating Officer Martin W. Healyprovided his legal interpretation of a situation involving two unfinished subdivisions in Southbridge.
  • WBZ NewsRadio 1030 AM (Jan. 4) -- MBA Past president Marsha V. Kazarosianoffered legal analyis of Wednesday's SJC ruling which allows the public to view the police interrogation video of Philp D. Chism, who was convicted of murder in Dec. 2015.
  • "Aaron Hernandez team aims to bar past murder details," Boston Herald (Dec. 29) -- MBA member and former chair of the Criminal Justice Section Council Peter Elikann provided commentary on the likelihood of using evidence of prior criminal conduct in a subsequent trial.
  • "Fired DOC official can bring suit vs. ex-public safety chief," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (Jan. 2) -- MBA member Rebecca G. Pontikes offered insight into a recent Superior Court ruling involving a civil rights claim.
  • "Insurer can be sued over theft of personal info,'" Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly(Jan. 2) -- MBA member Jonathon D. Friedman commented on a recent Appeals Court decision from a business law perspective.
  • "Ask the Experts: Different student loans may or may not have grace period," The Republican (Dec. 28) -- MBA members Susan A. McCoy and Kyle R. Guelcheranswer reader questions on student loans and online defamation in the monthly "Ask the Experts" Q&A column.