Pay now and not only will you lock in this year’s dues rate, your membership will be good through the next program year (August 31, 2015). Learn More!
In this week's snapshot, we visit longtime program supporter Burns & Levinson and learn from Lucidey Pimentel and Myntah Morris that when it comes to mentoring, two is better than one. Read more.
Are Prosecutors and Public Defenders Paid Enough? For the full post, click here.
New York Times Supreme Court Correspondent Adam Liptak will keynote 2014 Annual Meeting Luncheon on September 12th. Learn More.
The BBA is responsible for the creation of the successful Business Litigation Session which efficiently manages business disputes and has increased the efficiency and quality of judicial services provided to individuals, and any business involved in complex commercial disputes.
After 10 years of work on homestead reform, the BBA lauded the Commonwealth's adoption of reforms providing greater protection for homeowners. The BBA continues to explore ways to advance consumer protection and its Consumer Protection Work Group continues to collaborate with the Attorney General's office to modernize regulations in a number of areas including the collection of consumer debt.
The BBA frequently comments on proposed court rule changes. Our Sections serve as a resource and provide guidance to the courts on procedural and administrative changes and maintain a continuing dialogue with judges.
For more information about our work in this area or to learn how to get involved, please email Kathleen Joyce, Director of Government Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AUGUST 28TH 2014
As we at the BBA prepare to usher in a new program year and new president, Julia...
AUGUST 21ST 2014
This past year, we witnessed a proliferation of substance abuse emergencies in our...