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The Third Annual Transmission in Northeast Conference

On February 25 and 26, Evan Reese will speak at The Third Annual Transmission in the Northeast Conference in Boston, MA held by Law Seminars International. Reese will be presenting on the legal and practical issues of "Keeping the Lights On: Grid Security and Reliability Compliance."

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New Jersey - Advanced Skills for Employee Leave Management

On February 25, Francine Esposito, Erica Cagney, Michael Dell and Arielle Sepulveda will speak at a BLR FMLA Master Class entitled, "New Jersey - Advanced Skills for Employee Leave Management." They will discuss recent regulatory and legislative developments and best practices for FMLA compliance.

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Subpoena Ruling May Open Doors for Bridgegate Defendants

Stanley A. Twardy, Jr. was quoted in an article, "Subpoena Ruling May Open Doors for Bridgegate Defendants," in The New Jersey Law Journal. In the article, Twardy says a federal judge's ruling permitting Bridgegate defendants to subpoena Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, which conducted an investigation on behalf of the Governor's Office, potentially gives the defendants "more ammunition" to attack the government's case.

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Day Pitney Mentioned in LexMundi's Pro Bono Foundation Impact Report

Day Pitney was mentioned in LexMundi's Pro Bono Foundation Impact Report for assisting Recycla Chile, a social entrepreneur that recycles electronic, electrical and non-ferrous metal wastes, when Recycla wanted to establish a 501(c)(3) entity for charitable fundraising purposes. Charlie Abraham advised the company pro bono. The story can be found on page 13.

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Families with disabilities get new plan for assets

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.

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Close Up: Heather Weine Brochin of Day Pitney LLP

Heather Weine Brochin was featured in an article, "Close Up: Heather Weine Brochin of Day Pitney LLP," in NJBIZ. Brochin was recently promoted to New Jersey Office Managing Partner.

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110 affordable housing units proposed in Wall

Craig Gianetti was quoted in an article, "110 affordable housing units proposed in Wall," in The Asbury Park Press. Gianetti is representing The Richman Group in a joint venture for the potential development of a 110-unit affordable housing complex proposed on Route 34 in Wall Township, NJ. The article summarizes the conversation Gianetti had with the Wall Township zoning board about the project.

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2015 State Energy Legislation in New England

Harold Blinderman, Jennifer Galiette and Jamie Blackburn wrote an article, "2015 State Energy Legislation in New England," for Bloomberg BNA. The article discussed significant energy legislation in each of the New England states during the 2015 legislative sessions.

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A New Era Of Health Care Privacy And Security Enforcement

Eric Fader wrote an article,"A New Era Of Health Care Privacy And Security Enforcement," for Law360. The article is about the significance of Henry Schein Practice Solutions Inc.’s $250,000 settlement of Federal Trade Commission charges that it "falsely advertised the level of encryption it provided to protect patient data." 

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