An article co-authored by Joshua Cohen and Erick Sandler, "In Pari Delicto: A Doctrine Not Without Exceptions," was published in the January 2014 Year in Review edition of the American Bankruptcy Institute's Commercial Fraud Committee newsletter.
John Cerreta wrote an article, "Design Defects at the Connecticut Supreme Court: A Doctrine in Flux," for The Connecticut Law Tribune.
Erick Sandler wrote an article, "Court Sets Standard for Application of Attorney-Client Privilege to Mixed-Purpose Communications," for The Connecticut Law Tribune.
Katharine Coffey and Christopher John Stracco wrote an article, "Discovery Rule Resurrects Fraud Claim On NJ Property Sale," for Law360. The article is about the Superior Court, Appellate Division’s precedential decision in Catena v. Raytheon Company, et al., Docket No.: A-4636-13T4.
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Katharine Coffey, Craig Gianetti and Christopher John Stracco wrote an article, "NJ Time-Of-Application Rule Doesn't Bar A Permitted Use," for Law360. The article is about the precedential New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division decision in Jai Sai Ram LLC v. The Planning/Zoning Board of the Borough of South Toms River, Docket No. A-2075-014T2.
Erick Sandler was elected to the board of directors of the Connecticut Supreme Court Historical Society at its annual meeting on May 12. The Connecticut Supreme Court Historical Society promotes and preserves the state’s judicial and constitutional tradition through scholarship, memorials, publications and education. Erick is the chair of Day Pitney's Appellate Practice group.
Howard Fetner was quoted in an article, "Judge Allows Company to Withhold Benefits From Departing Employee," in The Connecticut Law Tribune. Fetner represented Community Health Center, Inc. (CHC), a statewide company that provides health care services to low-income patients, in a case in which a former CHC employee sought to recover compensation for unused paid time off. Following a trial, the court ruled in favor of CHC, reinforcing an employer's right to condition the payment of compensation for accrued fringe benefits upon an employee's giving a specified amount of advance notice of termination.
Parsippany, NJ, January 28, 2016 – Day Pitney announced attorneys Benjamin Nissim, Thomas Farrish, Michael Fitzpatrick, and Andraya Pulaski as the 2016 Coleman Award winners in recognition of their exceptional commitment to pro bono work. This year's Coleman Award winners dedicated a total of more than 840 hours of their time to pro bono service.
Boston, Mass., January 20, 2016 – Day Pitney is pleased to announce Jillian Hirsch, a partner in Day Pitney’s Litigation Practice, has been selected as one of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly’s 2015 Lawyers of the Year. Honorees were nominated by their colleagues, clients and other legal professionals for their outstanding professional accomplishments.
Stanley A. Twardy and John Cerreta were both quoted in an article, "Legal Experts Say Governors Proposed Juvenile Reforms Raise Constitutional Issues" in the Connecticut Law Tribune. The proposal would make proceedings confidential for 21- to 24-year-olds charged with minor offenses. John Cerreta said that “any statute that proposes to close off trials of nonjuveniles would raise serious legal questions."