Susan Huntington, Bill Goddard and Dan Wenner authored an article, “Implications Of Yates Memo For D&O Insurance,” in Law360. The article examines how the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ’s) new enforcement policy, known as the Yates Memo, will likely increase costs associated with claims under director and office insurance policies. The Yates Memo, which calls for the DOJ’s enhanced focus on holding corporate executives accountable for corporate wrongdoings in both criminal and civil cases, will lengthen government investigations to evaluate individual culpability; and in turn increase defense expenses associated with investigations.
James Rotondo and Andrew Ammirati authored a bylined article for Law360 titled, “Snapchat Case May Offer Opening For Design Defect Plaintiffs.”
Day Pitney Partner James Rotondo, Counsel Steven Cash, and their former colleague Kaitlin Canty authored the chapter, "Regulating Cannabis Products," in the second edition of Product Liability Litigation, Current Law, Strategies, and Best Practices, published by Practicing Law Institute.
Judge Christopher Droney (ret.) and Matthew Austin co-authored the article, "The Investigation and Enforcement Landscape Under the Garland Department of Justice," for the New York Law Journal.
Michael Furey authored the article, "Joint Representations: A Blessing or a Curse?" for the New Jersey Law Journal.
On December 17, Judge Christopher Droney served as a panelist for the Federal Bar Council webinar, "Remote Proceedings Update."
A Connecticut Law Tribune feature article titled, "Get to Know Federal Magistrate Judge Thomas Farrish," highlights the Judge's private practice pro bono work with inmates as "an experience he credits with making him a better attorney."
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John Vukelj's move to Day Pitney was featured in the New York Law Journal's "Lawyers on the Move."
Day Pitney Partner Stan Twardy was quoted in the Connecticut Law Tribune article, "This Husband-and-Wife Lawyers Just Landed 2 of the Most Powerful Jobs in Connecticut," regarding the Day Pitney alumna Nora Dannehy being named the Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont's General Counsel and her husband Leonard Boyle being appointed by the U.S. Department of Justice as acting U.S. Attorney in Connecticut.
Christopher Droney was quoted in the Connecticut Law Tribune article, "Gov. Lamont Names Nora Dannehy as His General Counsel," discussing former Day Pitney Attorney Nora Dannehy being named by CT Gov. Lamont as his General Counsel.