How will changes in the Health Care Delivery System and Cost Containment impact your practice, your clients, and your healthcare access?
Come join us to hear from Karen Tseng, Head of the Health...
The Massachusetts Bar Association has formed a new section for the benefit of its members. The Complex Commercial Litigation Section is comprised of Massachusetts litigators and in-house counsel who...
You are invited to attend the Energy Law Open Meeting on July 31st from 5:30-7 pm at the MBA, 20 West St., Boston. Stephen Pike, General Counsel for Renewable Energy Generation at the Massachusetts...
I encourage you to attend the MBA’s Twelfth Annual In-House Counsel
Conference on Friday, December 5, 2014. The conference theme is “Compliance and Risk Management”- critical challenges for
in-house counsel. This popular program will present in-house counsel with
information and insight from in-house practitioners, outside counsel, and experts in selected areas. Conference panels will
focus on the challenges of avoiding serious consequences by
sustaining a corporate-wide culture of compliance...
Hill v. TD Bank, NA, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, No. 13-3595, Sept. 24, 2014.
Federal Appeals Court affirms denial of bank executive’s golden parachute/breach of contract claim. In an unusual “non precedent” opinion written by Circuit Judge Rendell, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit Wednesday affirmed a district court judgment rejecting the breach of contract/golden parachute claims of Commerce Bank N.A.’s former Chairman and CEO,...
In the latest chapter of some inside-the-Beltway wrangling over the validity of recess appointments by President Obama of National Labor Relations Board members, the DC Circuit Court of Appeals held the appointments to be invalid , thus invalidating all NLRB decisions in which these members had participated. These include, of course, some decisions touching on the regulation of employee use of social media by employees, whether or not the workforce is unionized. A number of the...