Kevin J. Duffy co-authored an article, "Without Sufficient Merit," for the August issue of NJ Lawyer with Aziz O. Nekoukar. The article reviews Rule 2:11-3(e)(1)(E), which provides authority for the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of New Jersey to dispose of an appeal without a written opinion under certain conditions. The Rule, which has been invoked by the Appellate Division with increasing frequency, serves as a reminder to appellate lawyers to avoid frivolity and focus their attention and briefing upon the most substantive and meritorious arguments available.
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?"
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.
On October 26, Paul Marino, Angela Titus McEwan, Warren Whitaker and Jay Kauffman will be speaking at Day Pitney's Third Annual Trustee Roundtable at The Yale Club of New York City.
On October 20, Beth Sher will speak on a panel at a New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education seminar called, "2016 Nuts and Bolts of Federal Practice."
Al Marks, Christina Parlapiano and Jennifer Neuner wrote an article, "How NY Is Fighting Back Against 'Zombie' Properties," for Law360. The article is about the new legislation called The Abandoned Property Neighborhood Relief Act that the state of New York recently enacted to ease neighborhood blight.
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Carrie Webb Olson was featured in a podcast, "On Slants and ‘Skins: Supreme Court may tackle 'offensive' trademarks," in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. In the podcast, she discusses the significance of the recent trademark cases involving The Slants and The Redskins.
Joy Harmon Sperling was featured in an article, "Rainmaker Q&A: Day Pitney's Joy Harmon Sperling," in Law360.
Kevin J. Duffy was mentioned in an article, "Williams v. American Auto Logistics," in The New Jersey Law Journal.