News & Press Releases
ML Strategies Adds Highly Regarded Director of Government Relations in Boston
September 10, 2019
ML Strategies, LLC, the consulting affiliate of the law firm Mintz, today announced that Kaitlyn Sprague has joined the Boston office as Director of Government Relations.
Rachael Rollins Wants To Remake the Criminal Justice System. Republicans Have Vowed to Block Her Path.
October 27, 2021 | The Washington Post
In an article published by The Washington Post, Senior Advisor of ML Strategies and Special Counsel of Mintz Daniel Conley, who formerly served as the Suffolk County District Attorney, commented on current Suffolk County District Attorney and President Biden's nominee for U.S. attorney for the district of Massachusetts Rachael Rollins’ policy of not prosecuting certain low-level, nonviolent offenses in most cases.
Privacy Implications of the Facebook Whistleblower Testimony
October 19, 2021 | The National Law Review
Vice President of ML Strategies Christian Fjeld provided insights for a feature article published by The National Law Review examining the privacy implications of Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen’s testimony before a Congressional Subcommittee regarding harms perpetuated by the tech giant.
Frank Sciame buys massive Gold Coast mansion. Now what?
July 29, 2021 | The Real Deal
In an article published by The Real Deal, Senior Vice President, Strategic Communications of ML Strategies Nancy J. Sterling was quoted on behalf of client Frank Sciame, the founder and CEO of Sciame Construction, on his recent purchase of the Cashelmara Estate and potential development plans for the property.
More Than 800 Massachusetts State Police Employees Decline COVID-19 Vaccine
April 6, 2021 | ABC News
In an article published by ABC News, Senior Vice President, Strategic Communications of ML Strategies Nancy J. Sterling was quoted on behalf of client the State Police Association of Massachusetts in response to concerns that members are declining to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. Ms. Sterling stated that she has not seen any hesitancy toward the vaccine within the union, and added that many officers may have received the vaccine at other sites, rather than police-designated ones.