Partner Joseph Hammer is representing Yale University in its effort to redevelop New Haven's Dixwell Avenue. The New Haven Independent published an article discussing Mr. Hammer's appearance before the Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) on behalf of the university.
Florence Davis co-wrote an article entitled "Taming the Duck--Distributed Energy Resource Solutions to Renewable Energy Integration," for Bloomberg BNA's Daily Environment Report.
On October 5 and 6, Kate Coffey and Peter Wolfson will be speaking at the New Jersey Real Estate Authority’s Redevelopment Training Institute Seminar at the Housing & Urban Development office in Newark, NJ.
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.
Jennifer Galiette wrote an article, "State Strategy to Focus on Energy, Building Processes and Transportation," for The Connecticut Law Tribune. The article is about the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection's (DEEP) announcement in May that it is beginning to develop a new statewide Comprehensive Energy Strategy (CES) for Connecticut.
On June 15, Craig Gianetti will be speaking at the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education seminar, Introduction to New Jersey Land Use Practice. Gianetti and other panelists will present a full day program that will cover how to successfully file applications and obtain development approvals for both residential and commercial properties, how to prepare and counsel clients about land use board meetings and how to deal with specific issues like redevelopment and affordable housing.
Michael P. Byrne was mentioned in an article, "Day Pitney, Greenberg Traurig Steer $130M NYC Loan," in Law360.
Day Pitney Press Release
Day Pitney Press Release
Kate Coffey was mentioned in an article, "Rutgers real estate center names Emerging Leaders Council," in NJBIZ. Coffey was recently elected to join the Emerging Leaders Council of Rutgers Business School Center for Real Estate. The new Emerging Leaders Council is "a collection of rising stars in New Jersey’s commercial real estate sector who are poised to accomplish" viability for Rutgers Business School Center for Real Estate for decades to come, while connecting with the students it was meant to serve, according to the article. Council members can serve for up to three years before deciding whether to join the advisory board, providing a pipeline for the center’s leadership.
Kate Coffey, Rachel Gonzalez and Peter Wolfson were mentioned in the "New Partners Yearbook 2016" in New Jersey Law Journal. This is the Law Journal's annual yearbook devoted to recognizing both newly promoted partners and newly hired lateral partners at law firms in New Jersey.