Keith Bensten authored a case comment, "MA District Court Declares the MA Wiretap Statute Unconstitutional Insofar as it Prohibits Recording of Government Officials Performing Their Duties in Public Space," published in the Winter 2019 edition of the Federal Bar Association Massachusetts Chapter Newsletter. The comment discusses the decision in Martin v. Gross concerning secretly recording government officials, including police officers, performing their duties in public spaces.
Day Pitney partner Chase Rogers, former Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court, co-authored an article, "Giving Up on Impartiality: The Threat of Public Capitulation to Contemporary Attacks on Rule of the Law," published by the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) as part of its series entitled "Are We at a Boiling Point?"
Mark A. Romance authored an article, "Five Tips for an Effective Mediation Statement," which was published by the American Bar Association, Section of Litigation.
On September 26, Alisa Hacker will be speaking on issues that arise in a "Grey Divorce" at the 2019 Annual Guardianship Conference, presented by the Social Law Library and the Massachusetts Guardianship Association.
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On April 25, Boston attorneys Bill Pezzoni, Jared Ross and Justin Hannan will present on "Understanding Opportunity Zones: Investor Benefits," a program hosted by the Marlborough Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) in conjunction with the City of Marlborough, MA and Day Pitney LLP.
In the BTI Litigation Outlook 2020: Changes, Trends, and Opportunities for Law Firms, published by the BTI Consulting Group, Day Pitney was named a "Powerhouse in Complex Commercial Litigation."
Day Pitney partners Elizabeth Sher and Susan Huntington are recipients of Profiles in Diversity Journal's 18th Annual "Women Worth Watching" Awards, which recognize esteemed women leaders and acknowledge their talents, commitment, achievements and leadership.
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Alan G. Greer is quoted in an article, "Florida Appeals Court OK's Transfer of Janet Reno's Home to Miami Dade College," published by WealthManagement.com.
Senior counsel Cliff Nichols was quoted in an article, "Legal Research Tools Are Changing Law Practices—to a Point," published by ALM's LegalTech News