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November 8, 2005




Governor Mitt Romney today swore in Boston attorney Steven P. Rosenthal to the board of the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority (MCCA).


The MCCA oversees the operations and management of the Hynes Convention Center, the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, the Boston Common Garage and the MassMutual Center.


“Steven Rosenthal has a deep understanding of the needs of business and an appreciation of what makes Boston an attractive convention destination, and I am pleased to appoint him to the convention center board,” said Romney.


Rosenthal is a co-managing partner at law firm Mintz Levin, where he is a member of the firm’s policy committee. His practice focuses on corporate and business representation, business planning, mergers and acquisitions, venture capital, real estate and corporate finance.


“Massachusetts boasts some of the most modern and appealing exhibition and convention space of any state in the nation,” said Rosenthal. “I look forward to working with the MCCA to grow this business aggressively on behalf of the residents and businesses of the Commonwealth.”


Rosenthal is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and the District of Columbia and before the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. He is a member of the American, Massachusetts, District of Columbia and Boston Bar Associations.


A graduate of Harvard College and Boston University Law School, Rosenthal resides in Marblehead with his wife and their three children.


The MCCA seeks to generate regional economic activity by attracting conventions, tradeshows and other events to its facilities. The board’s 13 members serve without compensation.




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