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Robert J. Munnelly, Jr. Re-Elected to Northeast Energy and Commerce Association Board of Directors

Robert J. Munnelly, Jr., a shareholder in the regulatory and administrative law area at Davis Malm, has been re-elected to the Northeast Energy and Commerce Association, Inc. (NECA) Board of Directors for 2018. As a NECA director, Mr. Munnelly will continue to help advance the association’s mission through new member outreach and by educating the Board and its 1,250 person membership on commercial and regulatory developments in the competitive retail electric and gas markets across New England. Mr. Munnelly has been actively involved in NECA since 2001 and will continue to serve as Co-Chair of the NECA’s Retail Markets Committee, a position he has held since 2014.

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International Lawyers Network Elects New Chairman

Business colleagues raising flags of different of countriesNew York (June 20, 2017) – The International Lawyers Network, a global network of more than 5,000 lawyers, announced today that Simon Ekins of Fladgate LLP in London, England, has been elected Chairman.

Ekins assumes the chairmanship from Peter Altieri, shareholder with Epstein Becker & Green, following an election by the Board of Directors during the Network’s Annual Meeting in Stockholm, Sweden early this month. Altieri has served as ILN Chairman since June 2009, stepping down after eight years of service.

“We are so appreciative of Peter’s efforts and all the work and time he has devoted to the Network as Chairman over these last eight years,” said Alan Griffiths, Executive Director of the International Lawyers Network. “His heart-felt speech at our Annual Conference’s gala dinner was met with a long-standing ovation from all in attendance, which was a true testament to the respect he has garnered during his time in the position.”

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BCLI re-appoints the Honourable Marion Allan to their Board of Directors

We are pleased to announce that the Honourable Marion Allan has been re-appointed to Board of Directors of the British Columbia Law Institute. Marion serves as a representative of the Canadian Bar Association BC Branch. Her three-year term begins August 1, 2016. Congratulations to Marion.

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Amy Mortimore appointed to the CLEBC Board of Directors

The Law Society of BC and the Canadian Bar Association BC Branch have jointly appointed Amy Mortimore to the Board of Directors of the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia. By leading industry courses, programs and publications, the CLEBC mandate is to meet the educational needs of the legal profession in BC. Congratulations to Amy on her well-earned position.

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John T. Lynch Elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors of The Hundred Club of Mass., Inc.

On September 17, Davis Malm shareholder and Executive Committee Member John T. Lynch was unanimously elected as Chairman of the Board of Directors of The Hundred Club of Massachusetts, Inc (The Club). Mr. Lynch is only the second person to serve as Chairman as he succeeds Norman Knight, a founding member of the Club who served as Chairman since the Club’s organization in 1959. Upon his retirement, Mr. Knight nominated Mr. Lynch to succeed him.

“I feel honored an humbled to be elected to succeed Norman Knight as Chairman,” said Mr. Lynch. “I am totally committed to follow the creed of the Club in regard to our beneficiary families – ‘We care for those who care for us.’ ” 

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New Study Reveals that Women Board Members Create Opportunities for Women Executives

New findings by the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University underscore the benefits of adding more women to corporate boards. Kellogg’s study, entitled “Chipping Away at the Glass Ceiling: Gender Spillovers in Corporate Leadership,” reveals that “a higher representation of women on a company’s board of directors directly increases the female share of and access to higher positions within the company.”

The news that putting more women on a company’s board leads to more women in top management positions at that company is very encouraging. As David Matsa, assistant professor of finance at Kellogg aptly points out, this is a situation of “‘women helping women’ at the highest level of company leadership.” However, on the flip side, the study found that increasing the number of female top-level managers at a company won’t result in more women occupying board seats.

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