Alfred Marks and Shane Biffar wrote an article, "Recent State High Court Decision Clarifies Foreclosure Standing Requirements in New York," for Pratt's Journal of Bankruptcy Law. The article examines the significance of the recent decision by the New York Court of Appeals, in Aurora Loan Servs., LLC v. Taylor, which provides clarity regarding long established principles of foreclosure standing in New York. The decision proves that, at least in certain instances, physical delivery of the note can reasonably be inferred in the absence of explicit averments regarding the circumstances by which the plaintiff acquired the note.
On January 9, partner Michael Kaufman co-presented a live CLE webinar, "Intercorporate Guaranties and Integrated Transactions: Avoiding Fraudulent Conveyance Exposure in Bankruptcy," sponsored by Strafford.
Doug Gillette and Bill Goddard will be featured panelists during the UConn School of Law's Symposium on Municipal Distress on Friday, September 15.
On May 5, Josh Cohen moderated a panel at the 11th annual Credit & Bankruptcy Symposium, hosted by ABI, Turnaround Management Association Connecticut and Northeast chapters and the New York Institute of Credit.
Steven Cash co-authored an article, "Evolution of a Valuable Tool for Attorneys: Business Intelligence Practitioners," for the New York Law Journal.
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.
Josh Cohen, chair of Day Pitney's Bankruptcy and Restructuring practice group was quoted extensively in an article, "FERC Rebuke Won't Be Last Word In PG&E Power Deals Fight," published by Law360.
Partners Josh Cohen and Dave Doot were quoted in an analysis article, "PG&E's Ch. 11 Brings Rift With FERC Over Power Deals," published by Law360.
Peter Bilfield and Steven Gold were quoted in an article, "Day Pitney Lands 2 Corporate Finance Partners," published in Law360.
Jed Davis was quoted in an article, "5 Ways To Keep Cybersecurity Woes From Derailing A Deal," published in Law360.
Joshua Cohen was quoted in the article "Retail Pressures That Doomed Sports Authority May Spread to Wholesale, Real Estate in 2017," in TheStreet.com.