Notable & Quotable: MBA members in the news and more

Thursday, March 23, 2023


  • "NLRB prompts review of severance agreements," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (March 20). MBA Labor & Employment Section Council Vice Chair Valerie C. Samuels discussed a recent National Labor Relations Board ruling restricting the use of confidentiality and non-disparagement clauses in severance agreements.

  • "Abutters must post bond to fight affordable housing project," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (March 20). MBA members Karla L. Chaffee and Nathaniel Stevens commented on a Superior Court judge's decision that abutters must post a $35,000 bond to appeal the issuance of a comprehensive permit for an affordable housing project. 

  • "Retiring clerk’s plan to slip away quietly after 46 years foiled," Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly (March 20). John J. Carroll Jr., Superior Court Judge Mary K. Ames, former Superior Court Chief Justice Judith Fabricant and Superior Court Chief Justice Heidi E. Brieger, all MBA members, discussed the retirement of longtime Suffolk Superior Court Clerk for Civil Business Michael J. Donovan.
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