JULY 2014 NEWSLETTER

MESSAGE FROM PRESIDENT BARRY M. RYAN

For those of you who attended our Annual Dinner on June 12, 2014, it was an evening of celebration and recognition for members of the Bar and the local Judiciary. The Annual Dinner is an opportunity for the Bar to co-mingle with members of the Judiciary and our supporting vendors in a congenial atmosphere, separate and apart from the hustle and bustle of our normal busy practices.  This year, as in past years, we paid tribute to our 50-year members, including Attorneys Robert L. Nowak, Stephen W. Silverman, Joseph W. Topor, and my partner and colleague, Philip J. Callan.  When you consider that the aforementioned individuals have been practicing law for a half a century, it really is quite an amazing accomplishment.  Again, I want to congratulate the 50-year members for this milestone mark. 

Attorney Barbara S. Carra, daughter of the Honorable Kent B. Smith, was in attendance to present an award in her father’s honor to Attorney Michael O. Jennings. As many of you know, Judge Smith was a judicial icon and a man of great integrity, wit and intelligence.  The Kent B. Smith Award is presented to an outstanding citizen of the law community of Hampden County and a dedicated contributor to the advancement of criminal law.  Mike Jennings is truly deserving of this honorable award for his dedication and contribution to the practice of criminal law over the past 42 years.  Mike also served on the HCBA Executive Committee from 1980 to 1981, and was a past President of the Association.  I know that Judge Smith would be proud that this year’s award was given to Attorney Jennings, a truly deserving recipient. 

We also had in attendance, Robert W. Harnais, the acting Treasurer and President-Elect of the MBA, to present the MBA’s Community Service Award to former HCBA Bar President and Ex-Officio member of the HCBA, Archer B. Battista.   I have had the pleasure of knowing Arch for several years and serving with him on the HCBA Board of Directors.  Arch is a true leader and advocate for community service and access to justice.  Arch not only served our country as an Air Force veteran, but also serves our community in various voluntary capacities, including serving on the Advisory Committee for the YMCA’s of Scantic Valley and Belchertown. 

This year we had a unique opportunity to recognize a former member of the Judiciary, the Honorable William T. Walsh, Sr., who is still actively involved with the Hampden County Bar Association, including serving on the Arbitration and Mediation Board.  The Honorable William T. Walsh, Sr. Longevity Award was created to acknowledge longevity of practice, paying tribute to individual lawyers and members of the Judiciary who have contributed to the practice of law and the integrity of our judicial system, year in and year out.  The Board of Directors in creating this award thought it was long overdue and was truly a fitting tribute to a great humanitarian, lawyer and judge.  As a member of the Judiciary, Judge Walsh was often recognized for his great wisdom, excellent temperament and decency.  He was always respectful to his colleagues, lawyers and litigants who appeared before him.  The inaugural award went to another member of the local Judiciary, the Honorable Edward C. Peck, Jr., Retired Justice of the Hampden County Housing Court.  Judge Peck served as West Springfield’s Town Counsel for 21 years prior to his appointment to the Court, and was the First Chairman of the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission.  Those of you in attendance witnessed Judge Peck give a very poignant and pragmatic speech:  Don’t pass an opportunity by, but “seize the moment.” Some sage advice from a very experienced member of the Bar and Judiciary.    

We then witnessed the swearing in of President Christina M. Turgeon, by the Honorable Barbara M. Hyland. I have had the distinct pleasure of serving on the Board of Directors with Christina for several years and know that she has the dedication and commitment to continue moving the Bar Association forward and to oversee the celebration of this year’s 150th Anniversary.  Congratulations, once again, Christina!

I was privileged to be provided with the opportunity to present the traditional judicial robe to a newly sworn in member of the local Judiciary, my good friend and former member of the Board of Directors, Matthew J. Shea.  When I first met Judge Shea, he was working as an Assistant District Attorney and was newly elected to the HCBA Board of Directors.  From the beginning, he took an active role and promoted involvement from the District Attorney’s office along with former Assistant DA, Elizabeth G. Dineen.  Judge Shea was recently appointed to fill the vacancy created by the retirement of Judge Robert F. Kumor.  

On a separate note, we were also informed in the days preceding our Annual Dinner that former District Attorney, Mark G. Mastroianni, was formally appointed to replace the Honorable Michael A. Ponsor of the U.S. District Court. Congratulations Judge Mastroianni!  Also, sworn in just days before our Annual Dinner by Governor Deval Patrick, to succeed District Attorney Mastroianni was former Assistant District Attorney, James C. Orenstein.   Jim has incredible experience and is a respected member of the Bar and we wish him well during his interim appointment. 

Also, the Board of Directors recently attended a Retreat where we established various committees and discussed the agenda for the upcoming year. I was very pleased by the active participation and enthusiastic dialogue that occurred at the Retreat and I know that the HCBA will be well-served and represented by the members of the Board of Directors in the upcoming year. I am happy that I will be able to remain in an active capacity and plan to continue on as an Ex-Officio member for years to come.

Finally, I would like to comment briefly on an article that many of you may have seen in the recent publication of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly for June 30, 2014.  The HCBA was highlighted in an article suggesting that we, among others, have a “sweetheart” deal, based upon our arrangement and location in the Hampden County Hall of Justice.  I want to thank members of the Board of Directors who assisted me in responding to inquires by Mass Lawyer’s Weekly in explaining how our office came to be located in the Hall of Justice, at the invitation of our former County Commissioners dating back to 1976, and in highlighting the many public and community service activities that we engage in on behalf of our community.  The HCBA serves many needs, including promoting collegiality between the Bench and the Bar and also providing integral services to the public in assisting with access to justice.  Many individuals are unaware of the extent of the services provided by the HCBA.  One such service includes administering the Children’s Law Project, which is a reduced fee compensation program, providing legal assistance to children at risk.  We also administer a Lawyer for the Day Program in various courts, including the Housing Court, Probate and Family Court, and District Court. I had the pleasure of serving as Lawyer for the Day this past week in the District Court and found it to be a rewarding and educational experience.  Oftentimes, members of the public are at a loss and lack the financial means to retain legal representation.  I welcome others to volunteer their time to assist in these various programs and to help us achieve our goal of reaching 150 lawyer volunteers, (not quite there just yet), to coincide with our upcoming anniversary later this year.  In the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are we doing for others?’ “

WELCOME TO OUR NEW MEMBERS

The Hampden County Bar Association would like to welcome the following attorneys and students as new members:

Andrew M. Batchelor, Esquire - Office of the Attorney General
Jacqueline Bouchereau, Esquire - Hampden District Attorney's Office
John V. Gerardi, Esquire - Egan, Flanagan and Cohen, P.C.
Thomas Growhoski, Esquire - Doherty, Wallace, Pillsbury & Murphy, P.C.
Kaily Hepburn, Esquire - Kaily Hepburn Law
Nick Khalifeh - Western New England University School of Law
Kerry Koehler - Suffold University Law School
Talia K. Landry, Esquire - Western New England University School of Law
Lori K. Odierna, Esquire - Hampden District Attorney's Office
Karen L. Santana - Western New England University School of Law
Jonathan James Sliva, Esquire
Michael P. Walsh, Esquire


MEMBER BENEFITS

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NEW MEMBER BENEFIT - THE COLONY CLUB MEMBERSHIP

A special invitation has been extended to the members of the Hampden County Bar Association.  Effective May 2014, The Colony Club will be accepting membership applications from qualified HCBA members.  A reduced initiation fee will be in effect for HCBA Members who submit a completed application by September 1, 2014 and meet The Colony Club membership requirements.  A limited number of memberships are available.  For more information contact Heidi Edwards at (413) 732-4101.

Hall of Justice Member Conveniences:
Photocopier Benefits
We have a copier in our lobby for use by our members while at the Hampden County Hall of Justice. Many of our members have already taken advantage of this useful benefit. All you need to get started is your user code. If you would like to have your code emailed to you, please click here to send us an email.

Computer Terminal w/Internet Access & Wireless Internet
Members have access to the computer terminal in our lobby that is equipped with Internet service, Microsoft Office and a printer. For those members with laptops, we also have the wireless router that we installed for our members who would like to access the Internet. Both of these services are available exclusively to our members. Please stop in or e-mail us at admin@hcbar.org to obtain the password.

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Reduce base in per participant rates

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Free pickup and delivery anywhere in Hampden County
Elm’s cleaners will go to your office or residence.
10% on dry cleaning & minor tailoring (excluding shirts)

Member Discount Programs

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We are pleased to announce that the HCBA has formed an alliance with EsqSites123.com to provide member benefits to all of our members. EsqSites123.com provides attorneys with low cost website design and hosting packages. As a member of the HCBA, you are entitled to a 25% savings on any of their already low-priced website packages! For more information, please visit our member page at http://esqsites123.com/jumpPage/hcba/

LexisNexis HCBA Discount Program
The Hampden County Bar Association has partnered with LexisNexis to offer:
20 percent discount on new subscriptions to LexisNexis Matthew Bender Publications and Annotate Laws of Massachusetts:

20 percent discount on new LexisNexis Online Research Subscriptions
30 percent discount on LexisNexis Total Practice Advantage Subscriptions
HCBA members receive a free practice profile listing in Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory

For more information contact Ryan Cayer at (860) 655-4128 or via email at ryan.cayer@lexisnexis.com.

Save 20% on UPS Shipping through Unishippers. Hampden County Bar Association is pleased to announce a new Member Benefit Program offered by Unishippers/UPS! This member benefit allows members of the Hampden County Bar Association, currently spending $10,000 or less per year on their shipping needs, to receive a 20% discount through the Unishippers/UPS program. Click here for a brochure.

Before any pricing can be offered, each account must be approved by UPS to receive the discounted rate. Signing up is easy. To see if you are eligible, please send an e-mail inquiry to marketing.support@unishippers.info providing your name, address, phone and e-mail address, or call 1.800.713.2111. Make sure to indicate that you are a member of the Hampden County Bar Association. If you qualify, an account number will be assigned and you'll receive a Welcome Packet via e-mail. Simply follow the instructions for use and start saving 20% on each and every package you send!

Save 15 percent on American Bar Association web store purchases including books, CLE course materials and other products.  This discount is only available to Hampden County Bar Association members.  Please click here to request via email the discount code which you will need at checkout.  For further information on what is available, click here to visit the ABA WebStore.

Reduced rates on credit card processing fees through First National Merchant Solutions. For more information contact Richard Rheault at (413) 527-1304 or via email at rrheault@fnni.com.

20 percent discount off Paychex payroll processing charges. For more information contact Jamie Scherban at (413) 731-8930 ext. 47954 or via email at jscherban@paychex.com. (Mention National Account Code 5712.)

20 percent discount off the purchase of new subscriptions to Westlaw Forms and on any print volume from West’s Massachusetts Practice Series.

15 percent discount on new subscriptions to West Case Notebook with LiveNote technology. Free trial for WestlawNext. Contact Karen Katz, Esq. at Karen.katz@thomsonreuters.com or 617-935-9331.

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Catuogno Court Reporting & StenTel Transcription Services is pleased to offer Hampden County Bar Association members a 10% discount on their legal support services. They have four offices across Massachusetts and Rhode Island that are available for your depositions, client meetings, arbitrations, and videoconferencing. Membership to the Lawyers Conference Centers is also available and provides you with meeting and work space in their 4 offices for one low monthly rate (membership also entitled you to additional discounts!)  Use you Hampden County Bar Association membership to receive discounts on the following services:

10% off depositions;
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Lawyer Conference Center members receive an additional 10% discount on all of the above services!

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To take advantage of these benefits contact Catuogno Court Reporting & Sten Tel Transcription at (413) 746-8100 or visit their website at www.catuogno.us.

Save 15 percent discount on automotive maintenance/repair at Silk’s Auto Service, Inc., 51 Dale Street, Springfield, MA, (413) 733-9157.

10 percent discount on computer repairs, data security, upgrades and installation of software for email encryption at Bob’s Computer Service, (413) 204-8339 or sysop@robertjgregory.com.


MEMBER INFO

Governor Deval Patrick has announced the judicial nomination of Attorney William J. O’Grady as Associate Justice of the Chicopee District Court.  Congratulations on this nomination.  The Hampden County Bar Association in partnership with the Office of Governor's Councillor, Michael Albano is pleased to announce a public tesitimony hearing on this nomination to be held at Springfield City Hall on Monday, July 14, 2014, from 4:45 pm to 6:45 pm.   Click here here to read the full press release.

Attorney Vanessa Martinez has announced the opening of her new office, The Law Offices of Vanessa Martinez, located at 1145 Main Street, Suite 403, Springfield, MA 01103.  Telephone 413-858-8844, Fax 413-737-377 and her email address is vmartinez@vanessamartinezlaw.com.

Attorney Lisa M. Kling has announced her new office located at 1380 Main Street, Suite 412, Springfield, MA 01103.  Telephone 413-827-0197, Fax 413-827-0198 and her email is lisamkling@gmail.com.

Shatz, Schwartz and Fentin, P.C. announced that Attorney Michael Fenton has been honored by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly as a 2014 "Excellence in the Law" honoree.  This event recognizes 25 up-and-coming attorneys for their outstanding accomplishments in the legal community in 2013.  Congratulations!


HCBA ELECTIONS

The 2014-2015 HCBA Board of Directors was announced at this year's Annual Meeting:

Officers:

President - Christina M. Turgeon
President Elect  - Jeffrey S. Morneau
Secretary - David J. Lemasa
Treasurer - Elizabeth G. Dineen
Immediate Past President - Barry M. Ryan

Elected Board of Directors:

William Travaun Bailey
Elizabeth G. Dineen
Jack Ferriter
James R. Goodhines
Bart Q. Hollander
Cristina M. Ianello
Kevin V. Maltby
Amy J. Megliola
Stephen J. Phillips
Michele A. Rooke
John J. Torrone
Kathleen A. Cavanaugh

Ex-Officio Past President Board of Directors:

Mark J. Albano
Archer B. Battista
Charles R. Casartello, Jr.
Thomas A. Kenefick, III
Mary Jo Kennedy
David J. Martel
Joseph M. Pacella
Paul H. Rothschild

Section Chair Board of Directors:

Bankruptcy Chairperson:  Andrea M. O’Connor
New Lawyers Section Chairperson:  Christopher D. Pierson
Real Estate Chairperson:  Toby N. Wilson


HCBA 150th ANNIVERSARY EVENTS

In celebration of our upcoming 150th Anniversary the Hampden County Bar association is planning two signature events which are as follows, please save the dates and mark your calendars:

Past Presidents' Dinner

The Hampden County Bar Association will host a Past Presidents' Dinner on Thursday, September 4, 2014 at Springfield County Club, 1375 Elm Street, West Springfield, MA.  

150th Anniversary Gala

The Hampden County Bar Association will host a 150th Anniversary Gala on Friday, November 7, 2014 at The Log Cabin, 500 Easthampton Rd, Holyoke, MA.  The event will be black-tie optional and entertainment will be by Brass Attack of Springfield.  For those of you who remember the Barrister Ball, this will be similar to that event. 

If you or one of your clients would like to sponsor this historical event, please email the Hampden County Bar Association for more information.


HAMPDEN COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION EDUCATION COMMITTEE

The Hampden County Bar Association Education Committee would like to thank the following individual who took time out of her busy schedule to present an educational training during the past month:

Attorney Karen K. Chadwell - Doherty, Wallace, Pillsbury & Murphy, P.C.


UPCOMING SEMINARS

UPCOMING CRIMINAL LAW SERIES...Watch for Details!

August: Firearms Licensing - Part 2

UPCOMING BROWN BAG SEMINARS...Watch for Details

e-Discovery

UPCOMING EXPERTS IN RESIDENCE…Watch for Details

Proof of Damages

UPCOMING "HOW TO: SERIES...Watch for Details

Auto Accident Litigation: Preparing a Case for Trial

PRACTICE DEVELOPMENT SERIES

The Practice Development Series discusses "Real Life Lawyering". The series objective is to support lawyers, particularly new practitioners, solo practitioners and members of small firms, to improve professional skills, increase collegiality and decrease the business, liability ethical and health risks of practice. These sessions will traditionally be held on the 2nd Monday of the month, 1pm – 2pm and are being offered free of charge.  Lunch will be provided.  If you have suggestions for future topics, please email them to Lynne@hcbar.org


HCBA NEW LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW SECTION ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING

The Hampden County Bar Association held an organization meeting to explore the creation of a new Labor & Employment Law Section this past month which was well attended.  As a result of the interest expressed, the Board of Director will take the steps necessary to propose an amendment to the current By-laws to allow for the creation of the new Section.  Please watch for more information in the coming months. 

If you were not able to attend the meeting, but are interested in learning about the Labor & Employment Law Section, please email Attorney Jeffrey S. Morneau, Attorney Jessica Levy or Attorney Kate Muratore to let us know if you can to attend this initial meeting.


PRO BONO COMMITTEE VOLUNTEER DRIVE

At our annual meeting and in recognition of the Hampden County Bar Association’s 150th Anniversary the Pro Bono Committee kicked off a drive to increase our volunteer base to 150 people before November 1st!

This is in recognition of our 150 years of service to the community.  The kick off was a great start but now is YOUR opportunity to become a part of the movement!  Please contact the legal clinic today via email to volunteer.  Need training?....don't worry, we will be holding education programs for these opportunities during the summer.  Congratulations to Attorney Daniel X. Montagna who signed up at the Annual Meeting and won the a tablet.  Thank you to Attorney Charlie Casartello for donating the tablet and for his dedication to this great cause. 


UPCOMING EVENTS/EVENT FOLLOW-UP

1st Annual Race Judicata

Join us for the Hampden County Bar Association's 1st Annual 5K Run/Walk Race Judicata: A Run for the Bar at 9:00 am on Sunday, August 24, 2014.  Proceeds raised from this year's event will benefit the Children's Law Project.

Race Judicata will begin and end at the Holyoke Elks Lodge, 250 Whiting Farms Road, Holyoke, MA. Please click here for the details, including the registration form.

Mail registration form by August 15, 2014 to Attorney Christina M. Turgeon, Race Director, 101 State Street, Springfield, MA 01103 or the HCBA office, 50 State Street, Room 137, Springfield, MA 01103 or register online.

Family Picnic

The Hampden County Bar Association through its New Lawyers Section is planning the 6th annual family summer outing at Look Park, Florence, MA which will be held on Saturday, September 20, 2014 at the Willowbrook Shelter.  Why not stop by with your friends and/or family to join your colleagues for a fun afternoon?  If you plan on attending, please contact Attorney Lan Kantany at lkantany@cmolawyers.comso that we can ensure we have enough food for everyone.

This event is sponsored by the New Lawyers Section and is open to ALL members of the Hampden County Bar Association and their families!

Annual Meeting & Vendor Show Follow-Up

The HCBA Annual meeting, membership dinner and vendor show was held on Thursday, June 12, 2014 at the Springfield Sheraton, Springfield, MA.  Various companies participated and displayed their services.  During the evening, Attorney Michael O. Jennings was presented with the Kent B. Smith Award and Attorney Archer B. Battista received the Massachusetts Bar Association Community Service Award.  Honorable Edward C. Peck was the first recipient of the Honorable William T. Walsh, Sr. Longevity Award.  Check out the article on MassLive highlighting the nights events: 

Congratulations to our 50 year members who were recognized at the dinner:

Attorney Philip J. Callan
Attorney Robert L. Nowak
Attorney Stephen W. Silverman
Attorney Joseph W. Topor

Dinner Sponsors:

CATIC- Connecticut Attorneys Title Insurance Company
Catuogno Court Reporting & Stentel *
CentricPro Management Services, Inc.
Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly

(*Dinner and Vendor Sponsor)

Vendor Sponsors:

MBA Insurance Agency
Paratemps, Inc.
Pro Bono Opportunity
Pro-Shred Security

The 2015 Annual Meeting will take place on Thursday, June 11, 2015.

Event Photos

Check out photos from past and current events at http://www.hcbar.org/category/5277/calendar-and-events.htm.


NEW LAWYERS SECTION

Monthly Lunch

The next New Lawyers Section monthly lunch is scheduled for Friday, July 25, 2014 at 1:00 P.M. at Theodore's, 201 Worthington St, Springfield, MA.   Honorable Robert G. Fields will be the guest speaker, discussing the Lawyer for the Day Program.  Please contact Attorney Lan Kantany at lkantany@cmolawyers.com with any questions or topics of interest.

Hampden County Bar Association Family Picnic

The Hampden County Bar Association through its New Lawyers Section are planning the 6th annual family summer outing at Look Park, Florence, MA which will be held on Saturday, September 20, 2014 at the Willowbrook Shelter.  Why not stop by with your friends and/or family to join your colleagues for a fun afternoon?  If you plan on attending, please contact Attorney Lan Kantany at lkantany@cmolawyers.comso that we can ensure we have enough food for everyone.

This event is sponsored by the New Lawyers Section and is open to ALL members of the Hampden County Bar Association and their families!


REAL ESTATE SECTION

Section Lunch

The Real Estate Section lunches are held monthly at Red Rose Pizzeria at 12:00 p.m.  Further details for the next meeting to be held in September, will be announced at a later date.  Any questions or topics of interest, please contact Attorney Toby N. Wilson at attywilson@comcast.net with any questions or topics of interest. 

Website "Local Real Estate Attorneys" Listing

It has come to our attention that not all section members are on the "Local Real Estate Attorneys" listing on the website.  All section members should review the list to make sure your name is on the list. You can access the list by clicking here.  If your name is not on the list and would like to be included please email us for instructions on how to be added.

BANKRUPTCY SECTION

The Bankruptcy Section lunches will resume in September.  Please watch for more details as they become available. If there is a topic of interest that you would like to hear about, or to speak about, please contact Attorney Andrea M. O'Connor at aoconnor@hendelcollins.com.


PROBATE & FAMILY COURT

Health Care Proxy Dispute Procedures

The Probate and Family Court announces a new procedure for addressing health care proxy disputes in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 201D. Specifically, this procedure is available to affirm a health care proxy, remove a health care agent, or override a health care agent’s decision.

Three new forms are: Petition for Special Proceeding In Re: A Health Care Proxy Pursuant to G.L. c. 201D (MPC 405); Statement of Attending Physician Filed With Petition for Special Proceeding In Re: A Health Care Proxy (MPC 406); and Decree on Special Proceeding In Re: A Health Care Proxy (MPC 793). 

The petition is to be filed where the Principal resides, whether at home or in a nursing facility unless s/he is under guardianship in Massachusetts in which case the petition is to be filed in the same division where the guardianship was allowed.  The filing fee is $150 plus a $15 surcharge.

Upon the filing of the petition, the court will provide a hearing date.  Due to the time sensitive issues involved, this expedited process requires the court to set a hearing date within 10 calendar days. The petitioner then serves a copy of the petition upon all interested persons, completing a Certificate of Service, no later than 72 hours prior to the hearing.

If the Principal does not have private counsel, the court will immediately appoint counsel.

This new procedure went into effect on July 1, 2014.

You may contact Attorney Jocelynne Deborah Welsh at the Administrative Office (jocelynne.welsh@jud.state.ma.us) if you have any questions.

Probate Court Bench Bar Meeting

The next Probate Court Bench Bar Meeting will be held in the fall.  If you have any questions or would like to add a topic to the agenda, please contact Attorney Ellen Randle at erandle@bulkley.com or Gary Shannon at gshannon@dwpm.com.

Volunteer Opportunities in Probate Court

There is an urgent need for volunteers in Probate Court during the month of July.   We all have more than enough demands on our time already, but the volunteer programs we have in place in Hampden County are invaluable to the Probate Court and to the public it serves.  Please carve out a few hours one day this month to help out.

The Probate Court Bench Bar Sub-Committee on Volunteer Opportunities in conjunction with the Hampden County Bar Association offer various volunteer programs, along with a calendar of available dates that volunteers are needed in the Probate & Family Court.  The programs include Conciliation, Pre-Trial Limited Assistance Representation, DOR Contempts and Lawyer for the Day.

We’d like to thank the following individuals who volunteered in one or more of our Probate and Family Court Volunteer Programs in June:

Attorney Melissa L. Campana
Attorney Diana Velez Harris
Attorney Gina M. Letellier
Attorney Christopher K. Mahoney
Attorney Kelli Robbins
Attorney Jennifer A. Thorn

Remember that volunteers can now sign up online for volunteer work at their convenience through Sign Up Genius!  Please click here to schedule your next volunteer date.

If you would like more information regarding the program requirements or a complete list of the available dates, please contact Jennifer at the Hampden County Legal Clinic at 413-733-6500 or via email at hampdencountylegalclinic@verizon.net.

DISTRICT COURT

Bench Bar Meeting:

The next District Court bench bar meeting has not been scheduled as of yet, but a September 2014 Bench Bar meeting is anticipated.  Watch for more details!  If there are specific topics of interest for an agenda, please contact Attorney James Goodhines at jgoodhines@hotmail.com.

Lawyer for the Day-District Court

The Lawyer for the Day program continues to be a success due to the many volunteers who have offered their services in District Court on Wednesdays and Thursdays. This is a great pro bono opportunity for area attorneys.  We’d like to thank the following individuals who volunteered for Wednesdays and Thursdays in June:

Attorney James T. Brown
Dawn Benoit - paralegal
Sarah Fila - paralegal
Attorney Cristina M. Ianello
Attorney Peter T. Lane
Attorney Melissa K. Long
Attorney Vanessa Martinez
Attorney Patrick Nicoletti
Attorney Helder Pereira
Attorney Maurice C. Powe
Attorney Ellen M. Rawson
Attorney Christopher W. Ruscio

We are currently in need of volunteers throughout the month of July.

Volunteers can now sign up online for volunteer work at their convenience through Sign Up Genius! Please click here to schedule your next volunteer date.

If you would like more information regarding the programs requirements or a complete list of the available dates, please contact Jennifer at the Hampden County Legal Clinic at 413-733-6500 or via email at hampdencountylegalclinic@verizon.net.

JUVENILE COURT

Bench Bar Meeting

The next Juvenile Court bench bar meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, September 3, 2014.  The Bench Bar meetings are held quarterly, the first Wednesday of the month and are open to all attorneys who practice in Juvenile Court.  For more information or to present agenda items please contact Attorney Patrick R.  Sparks at psparks@publiccounsel.net.

HOUSING COURT

Bench Bar Meeting

The next Housing Court bench bar meeting will be in September.   We will notify our members when the date has been confirmed.  The Bench Bar meetings are held quarterly.  For more information or to present agenda items please contact  Attorney Thomas McCormick at tmccormick@hfmgpc.com or Attorney Toby Wilson at attywilson@comcast.net.

Lawyer for the Day-Housing Court

The Lawyer for the Day program continues to be a success due to the many volunteers who have offered their services in Western Division Housing Court on Thursdays. This is a great pro bono opportunity for area attorneys. This program benefits landlords and tenants who are income eligible. We’d like to thank the following individuals who volunteered for Thursdays in June:

Attorney Aaron Dulles
Attorney Suzanne Garrow
Ms. Lillian Gray
Attorney Scott Jelescheff
Attorney Mordechai Kamel

We are currently in need of volunteers throughout the month of July.

Volunteers can now sign up online or volunteer work at their convenience through Sign Up Genius!  Please click here to schedule your next volunteer date.

If you would like more information regarding the programs requirements or a complete list of the available dates, please contact Jennifer at the Hampden County Legal Clinic at 413-733-6500 or via email at hampdencountylegalclinic@verizon.net.

HCBA ARBITRATION/MEDIATION SERVICE

The Hampden County Bar Association Arbitration & Mediation Service maintains a roster of highly qualified lawyers and retired judges for arbitration, mediation, or case evaluations. Our panel members, as an accommodation to the Bar Association, have agreed to serve at substantially reduced rates for arbitrations, mediations or case evaluations. Indeed, many of our panel members independently mediate and arbitrate cases at higher rates. Why not conserve resources by coordinating your arbitrations or mediations through the Hampden County Bar Association? We encourage you to support your bar association by keeping the Arbitration and Mediation Service in mind for alternative dispute resolution. For a complete list of arbitrators/mediators and the type of cases they handle, please click here.

For information about the service, renewals or becoming a member of the panel, please contact our office by calling (413) 748-7951 or via email at ArbitrationMediation@hcbar.org. This information may also be obtained by visiting our website at www.hcbar.org.

LAWYER REFERRAL & INFORMATION SERVICE

The Hampden County Bar Association's Lawyer Referral & Information Service (LRIS) meets American Bar Association standards for lawyer referral and has a Reduced Rate Panel. Anyone interested in participating in the lawyer referral program can contact our office at 413-732-4660 or via email at lawyerreferral@hcbar.org.  Within the last month, attorneys have submitted over $518.00 in LRIS referral percentage payments a result of over $3,455.00 in client fees.

If you receive a call from a potential client looking for assistance in an area of law that you do not practice, why not refer them to the Hampden County Bar Association's Lawyer Referral & Information Service? All members of the LRIS are your experienced colleagues. Support your LRIS in providing quality referrals in our community!

Currently the LRIS is in need of attorneys on our Panel that handle immigration, ERISA and Civil Rights cases.


HAMPDEN COUNTY LEGAL CLINIC

The Hampden County Bar Association would like to continue to acknowledge the funding received by Mass Mutual Financial Group in the amount of $20,000 for the Legal Clinic for 2014. We are very grateful to the Mass Mutual Financial Group for their continued support of this program. The Hampden County Legal Clinic has been busy coordinating volunteers for programs in District, Housing and Probate Courts as well as handling housing, consumer protection, and foreclosure intake calls.  This would not be possible without the financial support from Mass Mutual Financial Group. If you are interested in volunteering for any of these programs, please contact Jennifer at the Hampden County Legal Clinic at 413-733-6500 or hampdencountylegalclinic@verizon.net.

CHILDREN'S LAW PROJECT

The Hampden County Bar Association received an IOLTA Grant from the Massachusetts Bar Foundation in the amount of $45,000 for funding of the Hampden County Bar Association's Children's Law Project for the 2014-2015 Grant year. We are very grateful to the Massachusetts Bar Foundation for their continued support of this program. Through this program, children receive legal representation in the Hampden County Family and Probate Court for an array of matters. For more information about the Massachusetts Bar Foundation and the good work they do, check out their website at http://www.massbarfoundation.org.

In an effort to continue the important work of this program, the Hampden County Bar Association Board has allocated the proceeds from the Golf Outing and Poker Tournament to the Children's Law Project.  Thank you to everyone who supported these events.


OTHER COURTHOUSE NEWS

New Magistrate Judge - Western Division Position

The Judicial Conference of the United States has authorized the appointment of a full-time United States Magistrate Judge for the District of Massachusetts, serving in the Western Division, with a duty station in the United States Courthouse in Springfield, MA, commencing upon the retirement of Magistrate Judge Robert B. Collings in 2014.  Click here for more information and the application, deadline August 1, 2014.

New Magistrate Judge - Eastern Division Position

The Judicial Conference of the United States has authorized the appointment of a full-time United States Magistrate Judge for the District of Massachusetts, serving in the Eastern Division, with a duty station in the John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse in Boston, MA, commencing upon the retirement of Magistrate Judge Kenneth P. Neiman in 2015.  Click here for more information and the application, deadline August 1, 2014.

U.S. District Court  Proposed Modification and Addition to:  Local Rules Sections 83.5 & 83.6

The United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts is considering, and is
publishing for comment a modification and addition to Local Rule (LR) 83.5 Admission to the
District Bar and LR 83.6 Rules of Professional Conduct. The modifications and additions to LR
83.5 and LR 83.6 constitute a complete replacement of the existing sections.  Click here for a copy of the proposed local rules.

Members of the bar and the public are invited to comment as to the proposed amendments and new local rules. Comments should be received no later than July 18, 2014 and may be emailed to rules@mad.uscourts.gov.

SJC Invites Comments on Proposed Amendments to Rule 45 of the Massachusetts Rules of Civil Procedure

The Supreme Judicial Court's Standing Advisory Committee on the Rules of Civil Procedure (SAC) invites comments on proposed amendments to Rule 45 of the Mass. R. Civ. P.    

The SAC recently reviewed Rule 45 governing subpoenas in light of changes to Rule 45 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure effective December 1, 2013 and the 2014 changes to Rule 45 of the Massachusetts Rules of Civil Procedure resulting from the amendments concerning electronically stored information. The SAC proposes that Rule 45 be further amended to provide for a documents only subpoena that may be directed to a non-party, a practice that has existed under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure since 1991. The proposed amendment would eliminate the need to notice the deposition of a non-party keeper of records for the sole purpose of document production. Other proposed changes would bring Rule 45 up-to-date and make the rule consistent with current subpoena practice. The proposed amendments to Rule 45, a blacklined version showing the amendments, and the Reporter's Notes appear below.  Click here for the Proposed Revisions to Rule 45.

OTHER LEGAL COMMUNITY NEWS

2014 Adams Pro Bono Publico Award Nominations

The Supreme Judicial Court's Standing Committee on Pro Bono Legal Services is seeking nominations for the 2014 Adams Pro Bono Publico Awards, which recognize those in the legal community who have shown outstanding and exceptional commitment to providing unpaid legal services to those in need.  The deadline for nominations is Thursday, July 30, 2014.  For more information click here.

Senior Partner's for Justice Lunch

The Senior Partners for Justice luncheon will be held on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 from 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. at the Santander Building, Community Room A on the 3rd Floor, 1350 Main Street, Springfield, MA.  The guest speaker will be Retired Judge Geoffrey Wilson.  For more information or to RSVP contact Carmen Gonzalez at (413) 322-7424 or CGonzalez@cla-ma.org.

PAID ADVERTISEMENTS

Chicopee Business Space for Rent

This space is ideally located in the historical district directly across from the Chicopee Police, Fire Complex and Chicopee District Court. This second floor office space is housed in an attractive historical building depicting classic Greek revival architecture.  The newly renovated layout includes four rooms with a total of 683 square feet with several entrances.  There are two spacious office rooms with adjoining conference and secretarial rooms.  Additional features include a marble mantle fireplace, an arched double doorway, and eight full length windows equipped with blinds.  An extra storage room is available at additional cost.  Heat, air conditioning, and utilities are included. Parking space is available in the front and rear of the building. Rent is $550 per month.  Please contact Paul Shea at (413) 598-8304 or Fax to  (413) 594-7225.  Click here for pictures.

Springfield Rent/Share Space

Full floor or individual offices available on the corner of Maple and Union.  Off street parking negotiable.  Four work spaces and conference area with utilities included, $895 for the entire floor.  Individual office space to be determined due to unique options.  One area is a two office suite.  Another office is solo and there is a work are near where a conference table currently is located.  Ideal shared space potential.  Contact 413-746-3523 or attyglenn@goodmanlawoffices.com for more details or to arrange to stop by.

West Springfield Business Space for Rent

Up to 1,300 square feet of prime business space for rent.  Professional Office Building, 1st or 2nd Floor Space available, 680 Westfield Street, West Springfield, MA.  Plenty of parking.  Please contact Attorney Mary Paier Powers at 413-781-9659 or Fax to 413-781-6504.

“All paid advertising published in this newsletter in no way constitutes approval or endorsement by the Hampden County Bar Association or by any of its members of the products and/or services advertised.”

IMPORTANT DATES

July 23, 2014 - Senior Partner's for Justice Lunch
July 25, 2014 - New Lawyers Section Lunch
September 3, 2014 - Juvenile Court Bench Bar Meeting
September 4, 2014 - Past Presidents Dinner
September 20, 2014 - HCBA Annual Family Picnic
November 7, 2014 - 150th Anniversary Gala
May 1, 2015 - Law Day - SAVE THE DATE!
May 21, 2015 - HCBA Annual Golf Outing - SAVE THE DATE!
June 11, 2015 - Annual Dinner & Vendor Show - SAVE THE DATE!

JUDGES' SCHEDULES

The following is a list of Hampden County Judges' assignments through the end of the month. Please note that these assignments are subject to change without notice.

Hampden County Superior Court

6/30 Carey, Ferrara, Kinder, McDonough, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/1 Carey, Ferrara, Kinder, McDonough, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/2 Carey, Ferrara, Kinder, McDonough, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/3 Carey, Ferrara, Kinder, McDonough, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/4 HOLIDAY

7/7 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/8 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/9 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/10 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/11 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, Page, Rup, Sweeney

7/14 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/15 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/16 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/17 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/18 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, Page, Rup, Sweeney

7/21 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, McDonough, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/22 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, McDonough, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/23 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, McDonough, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/24 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, McDonough, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/25 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, McDonough, Page, Rup, Sweeney

7/28 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, McDonough, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/29 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, McDonough, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/30 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, McDonough, Page, Rup, Sweeney
7/31 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, McDonough, Page, Rup, Sweeney
8/1 Ferrara, Josephson, Kinder, McDonough, Page, Rup, Sweeney

Hampden County Probate Court

6/30 Fuller, Hyland, Sacks
7/1 Fuller, Sacks
7/2 Fuller, Geoffrion, Hyland, Sacks
7/3 Fuller, Geoffrion, Sacks
7/4 HOLIDAY

7/7 Geoffrion, Rainaud, Sacks
7/8 Rainaud, Sacks
7/9 Fuller, Geoffrion, Hyland, Sacks
7/10 Fuller, Geoffrion, Hyland, Sacks
7/11 Fuller, Geoffrion, Sacks

7/14 Geoffrion, Sacks
7/15 Fuller, Sacks
7/16 Fuller, Geoffrion, Rainaud, Sacks
7/17 Fuller, Geoffrion, Sacks
7/18 Fuller, Geoffrion, Sacks

7/21 Sacks
7/22 Fuller, Geoffrion, Rainaud, Sacks
7/23 Fuller, Hyland, Sacks
7/24 Geoffrion, Hyland, Sacks
7/25 Fuller, Geoffrion

7/28 Fuller, Geoffrion, Rainaud
7/29 Fuller, Geoffrion, Rainaud
7/30 Fuller, Geoffrion, Hyland
7/31 Fuller, Geoffrion, Hyland

Springfield District Court 

6/30 Boyle, Gordon, Groce, Hadley, Poehler
7/1 Boyle, Gordon, Groce, Hadley, Mason, Poehler
7/2 Boyle, Gordon, Hadley, Hurley, Mason, Payne, Poehler
7/3 Boyle, Gordon, Hadley, Hurley, Mason, Poehler
7/4 HOLIDAY

7/7 Boyle, Connly, Gordon, Groce, Hadley, Mason, Mulcahy
7/8 Boyle, Gordon, Hadley, Mason (AM), Mulcahy, Poehler,
7/9 Boyle, Gordon (AM), Hadley, Mulcahy, Ross (PM)
7/10 Boyle, Gordon (AM), Groce (AM), Hadley, Mason, Payne, Ross
7/11 Boyle, Gordon, Hadley, Mason, Poehler

7/14 Gordon, Groce, Hadley, Murphy, Vrabel
7/15 Gordon, Groce, Mulcahy, Murphy, Vrabel
7/16 Gordon, Groce, Mulcahy, Murphy, Shea
7/17 Estes, Gordon, Groce, Mulcahy, Murphy
7/18 Gordon, Groce, MacLeod, Murphy

7/21 Boyle, Gordon (AM), Hadley,  Mason, Mulcahy, Murphy
7/22 Boyle, Gordon, Hadley, Mason, Mulcahy
7/23 Boyle, Gordon, Hadley, Mason, Murphy
7/24 Boyle, Gordon, Groce, Hadley, Mason, Mulcahy
7/25 Boyle, Gordon, Groce, Hadley, Mason

7/28 Boyle, Gordon, Groce, Hadley, Mason, Shea
7/29 Boyle, Gordon, Groce, Hadley, Mason, Murphy
7/30 Boyle, Gordon, Groce, Hadley, Murphy
7/31 Boyle, Gordon, Groce, Hadley, Mason, Murphy
8/1 Boyle, Gordon, Hadley, Mason, Murphy (AM)

Palmer District Court

6/30 Murphy
7/1 Murphy
7/2 Groce
7/3 Groce
7/4 HOLIDAY

7/7 Lemire
7/8 Shea
7/9 Sargent
7/10 Mulcahy
7/11 Shea

7/14 Mulcahy
7/15 Estes
7/16 Sargent
7/17 Shea
7/18 Shea

7/21 Lemire
7/22 Groce
7/23 Mulcahy
7/24 Murphy
7/25 Shea

7/28 Mulcahy
7/29 Mulcahy
7/30 Mulcahy
7/31 Mulcahy
8/1 Groce

Westfield District Court

6/30 MacLeod
7/1 MacLeod
7/2 MacLeod
7/3 MacLeod
7/4 HOLIDAY

7/7 Poehler
7/8 Connly
7/9 Connly
7/10 Shea
7/11 Estes

7/14 Contant
7/15 Contant
7/16 Contant
7/17 Contant
7/18 Contant

7/21 Contant
7/22 Contant
7/23 Contant
7/24 Contant
7/25 Contant

7/28 Contant
7/29 Contant
7/30 Contant
7/31 Contant
8/1 Contant

Chicopee District Court

6/30 Hurley
7/1 Hurley
7/2 Estes
7/3 Ross
7/4 HOLIDAY

7/7 Sanabria-Vega
7/8 Sanabria-Vega, Walsh (PM)
7/9 Sanabria-Vega
7/10 Sanabria-Vega
7/11 Payne

7/14 Pellegrini
7/15 Shea
7/16 MacLeod
7/17 Pellegrini
7/18 Estes

7/21 Poehler
7/22 Poehler
7/23 Poehler
7/24 Poehler
7/25 Poehler

7/28 Sanabria-Vega
7/29 Sanabria-Vega
7/30 Sanabria-Vega
7/31 Estes, Sanabria-Vega
8/1 Sanabria-Vega

Holyoke District Court

6/30 Mason, Walsh
7/1 Estes, Walsh
7/2 Ross, Walsh
7/3 Sanabria-Vega, Walsh
7/4 HOLIDAY

7/7 Payne, Walsh
7/8 Groce, MacLeod
7/9 Walsh
7/10 MacLeod, Walsh
7/11 Walsh

7/14 MacLeod, Walsh
7/15 Hadley (AM), Walsh
7/16 Walsh
7/17 MacLeod, Walsh
7/18 Walsh

7/21 Connly (AM), Walsh
7/22 Connly, Walsh
7/23 Walsh
7/24 Estes, MacLeod
7/25 Murphy, Walsh

7/28 Connly, Murphy
7/29 Connly, Walsh
7/30 Connly, Walsh
7/31 Connly, Walsh
8/1 Walsh

Springfield Juvenile Court

6/30 Locke, Phillips
7/1 Phillips, Swords
7/2 Eaton, Locke, Swords (PM)
7/3 Belsky, Swords
7/4 HOLIDAY

7/7 Dunbar, Eaton
7/8 Belsky, Swords
7/9 Dunbar, Swords
7/10 Belsky, Swords
7/11 Locke

7/14 Dunbar, Locke
7/15 Dunbar, Phillips
7/16 Dunbar, Locke
7/17 Dunbar
7/18 Locke (AM), Phillips

7/21 Dunbar, Locke
7/22 Dunbar
7/23 Dunbar, Swords
7/24 Dunbar, Swords (AM)
7/25 Dunbar, Locke

7/28 Dunbar, Phillips
7/29 Dunbar, Phillips, Swords
7/30 Locke, Swords
7/31 Phillips
8/1 Phillips

Holyoke Juvenile Court

6/30 Belsky
7/1 Belsky
7/2 Swords (AM)
7/3 Phillips
7/4 HOLIDAY

7/7 Locke
7/8 NO SESSION
7/9 Belsky
7/10 Belsky
7/11 Belsky

7/14 Phillips
7/15 Belsky
7/16 Belsky
7/17 Belsky
7/18 Belsky

7/21 Belsky, Phillips
7/22 Belsky
7/23 Belsky
7/24 Belsky
7/25 Belsky, Phillips

7/28 Swords
7/29 NO SESSION
7/30 Dunbar
7/31 Swords
8/1 NO SESSION

Palmer Juvenile Court

7/11 Dunbar
7/25 Swords

Western Housing Court

6/30 Crampton-Kamukala, Fein
7/1 Crampton-Kamukala, Fein, Fields
7/2 Fields
7/3 Crampton-Kamukala, Fields
7/4 HOLIDAY

7/7 Crampton-Kamukala, Fein
7/8 Crampton-Kamukala, Fein
7/9 Fein, Fields
7/10 Crampton-Kamukala, Fields
7/11 Crampton-Kamukala, Fein, Fields

7/14 Crampton-Kamukala
7/15 Crampton-Kamukala, Fields
7/16 Fields - Pittsfield
7/17 Crampton-Kamukala, Fields
7/18 Fields

7/21 Crampton-Kamukala
7/22 Crampton-Kamukala, Fein, Fields
7/23 Fields
7/24 Crampton-Kamukala, Fields
7/25 Fein, Fields

7/28 Crampton-Kamukala
7/29 Crampton-Kamukala, Fein, Fields
7/30 Fields
7/31 Crampton-Kamukala, Fields