Dina Kapur Sanna wrote about recently issued proposed regulations for the Trust & Estates Magazine, e-newsletter: "IRS Issues Proposed Regs Taxing Gifts and Bequests From Covered Expatriates." The article discussed recent guidance that has been issued to implement Internal Revenue Code Section 2801, enacted more than eight years ago, which imposes a succession tax on U.S. citizens and residents who receive gifts or bequests from individuals who relinquished U.S. citizenship or ceased to be lawful permanent residents of the United States on or after June 17, 2008 and met the tests to be so-called "covered expatriates."
Trusts and Estates attorneys Joshua Caswell and Leigh E. Furtado co-authored the article, "NFTs for Estate Planners: Not Just a Token Concern," for Probate & Property Magazine.
New York Partner Dina Kapur Sanna presented on international estate planning at the Florida Fellow Institute, hosted by the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) on September 23.
On September 22, Partner Meredith Greene will hold a virtual workshop, "Guardianship & Virtual Workshop," with the Open Sky Family Support Center.
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On July 13, Ariel Risinger will speak on the panel, "The Broken Model: Confronting Anti-Asian Bias in the Legal Profession," hosted by the New York City Bar Association's Minorities in the Profession Committee.
West Palm Beach Partner Tasha Dickinson was featured in a video interview by Invest: Insights titled, "Estate Planning in the COVID-era," and shared that the pandemic allowed people to revisit and restructure estate planning strategies.
Meredith H. Greene's arrival to the firm as a special needs planning partner was featured in the Connecticut Law Tribune article "Day Pitney Gets Boost in Boston.
The arrival of new partners David Bogan and Meredith Greene to Day Pitney was featured in Law360's Hub Hires column.
The arrival of Meredith H. Greene as a new special planning partner at Day Pitney was featured in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly's New Associations column.
Rebecca Iannantuoni was quoted by the Connecticut Law Tribune discussing how the CBA is meeting the needs of its members and how it handled COVID-19.