BREAKING NEWS: Governor Baker Extends Non-Essential Business Closures until Monday, May 4th
Governor Charlie Baker just announced he is extending COVID-19 Order No. 13 that mandates the closure of non-essential businesses. This order, initially set to expire on April 7th, was extended to Monday, May 4th. This order will officially take effect tomorrow, April 1st at noon. Click here for guidance on what businesses are considered “essential”, and here for FAQs issued by the Baker Administration.
Your ML Strategies professionals continue to monitor all developments related to the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and are ready to assist you during this uncertain time.
Steven A. Baddour
ML Strategies - Executive Vice President & Director of Operations
Steve's government relations practice focuses on advising clients ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies on a wide range of issues at the state and federal levels. As part of Mintz's Litigation Practice, Steve represents public and private sector clients in complex civil litigation matters.
Daniel J. Connelly
ML Strategies - Senior Vice President and Compliance Officer
Dan represents trade associations and businesses across industries with interests before the executive, legislative, regulatory, and municipal areas of government throughout New England.
Kaitlyn C. Sprague
Vice President of Government Relations
With eleven years of experience in legislative affairs and Massachusetts state government, Kaitlyn brings a deep understanding of legislative proceedings, especially regarding the Massachusetts House of Representatives and Governor’s Office.
Taylor C. Shepherd
Director of Government Relations
Taylor C. Shepherd is a Manager of Government Relations at ML Strategies. Prior to joining ML Strategies, Taylor worked as a budget analyst at the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health.