Individual Clients attorney Brad Gallant co-authored a chapter in A Practical Guide to Estate Planning in Connecticut, published by MCLE New England in May 2013. His chapter discusses "Drafting and Administering the Special Needs Trust."
Keith Bradoc Gallant and Rebecca Iannantuoni authored an article, "When a Client Lacks Legal Competency, Who Files for the Divorce?," for Family Advocate, a publication of the American Bar Association Section on Family Law.
Glynis Ritchie was a featured speaker at the Special Needs Alliance 2017 Spring Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee. Glynis presented on Planning for Wealthy Families with Children with Disabilities.
On December 11, Glynis Ritchie and Ken Shulman discussed the topic "Special Needs Estate Planning For Families With Children With Disabilities," at an estate and financial planning workshop in Stoughton, Massachusetts.
David Silvian wrote an article, "Massachusetts Court Ruling Reveals Estate Tax Constitutional Issue," for Trusts & Estates. The article is about the significance of a recent Massachusetts Probate and Family Court case, Dassori v. Commissioner of Revenue.
On April 1, Ken Shulman will speak about "Special Needs Counseling--Adding Value for Clients Needing Special Needs Estate Planning" at the Annual Elder Law Institute to be held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. This year's Institute will discuss the technical and practical aspects related to special needs planning, specifically regarding trusts.
Day Pitney LLP was mentioned in an article, "Day Pitney Named Law Firm of the Year by Family Wealth Report," in the Hartford Business Journal.
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Day Pitney LLP was named 'Law Firm of the Year' by Family Wealth Report at its 2017 Awards Ceremony at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New York City.
Brad Gallant was quoted in an article, "Families with disabilities get new plan for assets," in the Greenwich Time. In the article, Gallant discusses how families can use a new federal law 'The Able Act' to fund accounts for children with disabilities while preserving access to public assistance benefits. He also compares the planning opportunities created by these accounts to those provided by special needs trusts.
Brad Gallant was quoted in an article, “Conn. Bar Leaders Consider New Mandatory CLE Proposal,” in the Connecticut Law Tribune. A new proposal would require Connecticut attorneys to complete continuing legal education courses is under consideration. Brad Gallant, a former CBA president, called the plan a "modest and reasonable" proposal which would bring Connecticut in line with other states.