Beth Sher and Christina Parlapiano wrote the bylined article, "Dispositive Motions in the District of New Jersey" for New Jersey Lawyer Magazine. In the article, they discuss how New Jersey attorneys need to familiarize themselves with the latest trends for the two primary dispositive motions in federal court-- motions to dismiss and motions for summary judgment. Sher and Parlapiano state that this is extremely important given the increasing expense of litigation and continually decreasing number of cases that go to trial.
Mark Salah Morgan, Maureen C. Pavely and Michael L. Fialkoff authored an article, "Authenticating Social Media Evidence in NJ Courts," which was published by the New Jersey Law Journal.
On January 30, Jed Davis will speak at The Knowledge Group Webcast, "Best Strategies in Protecting Your Firm Against Hackers: What Hackers Can and Cannot Do?"
Joshua Cohen and Clifford Nichols authored an article, titled, "Buyer Beware: The Bits and Bytes Could Get You," for the ABI Bankruptcy Litigation Committee Newsletter.
On January 16, Michael Furey and Sylvia-Rebecca Gutierrez wrote an article, "Are Advance Waivers Enforceable? Maybe," for the New Jersey Law Journal.
On January 11 and 12, Joy Harmon Sperling will be co-chairing the American Conference Institute’s 22nd National Forum on Residential Mortgage Litigation & Regulatory Enforcement.
Two Day Pitney partners have been recognized for delivering superior service to corporate clients in the BTI Client Services All-Star Report for 2017.
Carrie Webb Olson, Elizabeth A. Alquist and Mitchell R. Harris have been selected as winners of the Lexology Client Choice Awards USA & Canada 2017.
John Cerreta was quoted in an article, "John Cerreta Talks Clerking for Alito, Commercial Litigation Changes" in the Connecticut Law Tribune.
Michael Furey was quoted in an article, "Barnabas, Hackensack Meridian Execs to be deposed in Omnia suit, judge rules," NJBIZ.
On January 5, Day Pitney hosted a speech by Robert L. Capers, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, to the White Collar Crime Committee of the American Bar Association's Business Law Section (WCCC) at the firm's New York City office.