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East Boston Social Centers to Hold ‘Family Reunion’ Celebration Oct. 2

September 30, 2019 | East Boston Times-Free Press

Mintz Chairman R. Robert Popeo will be honored for his longstanding support of East Boston Social Centers, Inc., a nonprofit organization serving culturally diverse families and individuals of all ages in East Boston and throughout Greater Boston, at the organization’s ‘Family Reunion’ celebration on Wednesday, October 2 at the ICA Watershed at the East Boston Shipyard.
The New York Law Journal reported that the defendant in a federal white collar crime case will get some of his business records back, now that a U.S. District Judge in the Eastern District of New York has found that they were seized through an illegal search warrant and must be suppressed. Mintz Member David M. Siegal is representing the defendant in the case, United States v. Drago.

MedTechDive reported that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is not yet ready to go to Congress to seek new powers for its evolving precertification pilot for software, but it will need new authorities to determine how the experimental path fits into the current regulatory scheme. The article included commentary from Senior Director of ML Strategies Aaron Josephson and Mintz Associate Benjamin Zegarelli.
Mintz Member Leonard Weiser-Varon authored a commentary article published by The Bond Buyer that evaluated the importance of considering the Uniform Commercial Code financing statement in a secured bond transaction.
Mintz Member David Siegal has uncovered yet another violation of a client's Fourth Amendment rights (unreasonable search and seizure), this one in the Eastern District of New York. Forbes covered the development in the case, United States v. Drago, and noted Mr. Siegal as “one of the top white collar attorneys in the country.”

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