NYSBA in the News: Leadership On Tech In The Courts & Health Law Section Chair Discusses Recent Recommendations
As reports that two potential vaccines with 94.5 and 95 percent effectiveness are being released from the pharmaceutical companies Moderna and Pfizer, NYSBA Health Law Section Chair Mary Beth Morrisey spoke with two podcasts, including The Capitol Pressroom (WCNY) where she explained the reasons for recommending the state consider mandating a COVID-19 vaccine once a scientific consensus emerges that it is safe, effective and necessary. Morrisey also spoke on the Court Radio with Dean Weitzman show about this topic.
In a story about the concern surrounding vaccine mandates, The Epoch Times cited the Nov. 7 report and recommendations from the NYSBA Health Law Section.
NYSBA’s Immediate Past President Henry M. Greenberg spoke with the Brooklyn Daily Eagle about a report issued by the Commission to Reimagine the Future of New York’s Courts.
With the New York State Court of Appeals shuttering new jury trials and grand juries due to the rise in COVID-19 cases, Thomson Reuters spoke with New York State Bar Association’s immediate past president Hank Greenberg and NYSBA treasurer Domenick Napoletano about the preparedness of the court to deal with spiking COVID-19 cases in the state and nationwide.