Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the news and more

Thursday, April 28, 2022


  • "With new guide, BLS judges offer insight into process, preferences," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (April 25). "BLS Bench Notes," a new practice guide prepared by the MBA's Complex Commercial Litigation Section Council, was the subject of an article that quoted Section Council Chair Jessica Gray Kelly, Vice Chair Kenneth N. Thayer, member Andrea C. Kramer, and member and former Chair Derek B. Domian.

  • "Partition action dismissed after death of joint tenant," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (April 25). MBA member Eric D. Correira commented on a Supreme Judicial Court decision that a partition action should have been dismissed after the plaintiff died, even though the partition commissioner had already accepted an offer to purchase the property.

  • "Battle over now-vacant CIO position at Norfolk Registry of Deeds continues," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (April 25). Norfolk County Register of Deeds William P. O’Donnell, an MBA member, was quoted in an article about his office's efforts to fill the position of chief information officer. 

  • "Judge bars ex-party from attending Zoom depos," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (April 25). MBA member Ian J. Pinta discussed a Superior Court judge's decision barring the former head of a defunct corporation from attending Zoom depositions of fact witnesses in the company’s ongoing case for breach of contract.

  • "On The Town: Local legal administrators gather for annual Leadership Conference," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (April 25). MBA member Jeffrey P. McGillicuddy was pictured at the Boston chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators' One Day Leadership Conference on March 17.
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