Speaking Engagements and Publications:
• "Conflicting Decisions Lead to Uncertainty for Massachusetts Companies and Auditors Alike," SumNews, Winter 2009
• "View from Both Sides of the Bench," introduction, Boston Bar Association, January 2009
• "Tensions are rising from IRS victory in Textron case," WebCPA.com, November 16, 2009
• "Another View: The Eroding Attorney-Client Privilege," The New York Times DealBook, November 2, 2009
• "Director and Officer Liability in the Aftermath of Fraud," Suffolk University Law School Seminar, May 2009
• "Litigation of Waterfront Rights," speaker, Sherin and Lodgen Annual Real Estate Seminar, September 2009
• "Attorney-Client Privilege for In-House Counsel," client seminar, April 2009
• "How Private Is that Email to the Contract Attorney in Mumbai? Attorney-Client Privilege in the 21st Century," with Edward S. Cheng, Association of Corporate Counsel, Northeast Chapter, February 2009
• "Bad Faith Claims Handling - G.L. c. 93A and G.L. c. 176D," with Thomas F. Maffei, Massachusetts Liability Insurance Manual 2009 Supplement, chap. 14, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., 2009
• "Bad Faith Claims Handling - G.L. c. 93A and G.L. c. 176D," with Thomas F. Maffei, Massachusetts Liability Insurance Manual 2004 Supplement, chap. 14, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., 2004
• "Federal Securities Litigation in the First Circuit," with Jeffrey B. Rudman and John F. Batter III, Massachusetts Business Lawyering 1996 Supplement, chap. 37, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education, Inc., 1996.
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