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.
Judge Christopher F. Droney (ret.) and Matthew Austin authored the article, "2022 Brings New Priorities in Civil and Criminal Enforcement for U.S. Justice Department," for the Expert Opinion column of the Connecticut Law Tribune.
Miami attorney Andrew Ingalls moderated the panel, "The Future of the Death Penalty in Florida," at the South Florida Chapter of the American Constitution on November 12.
On October 22, Partner and General Counsel Elizabeth J. Sher was a panelist at the Attorneys' Liability Assurance Society webinar titled, "Who Can You Trust? The Dangers of Serving As and Representing Fiduciaries."
Judge Christopher F. Droney (ret.) authored the article, "Preparation is Key: A Successful Moot Session is Vital for Appellate Arguments," for the "Best Practices" column of the Connecticut Law Tribune.
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Miami Partner Mark Romance was featured in a Q&A with STU News, the newspaper for St. Thomas University Law School, regarding his career journey.
Miami Partners Sarah B. Jacobson and Georgia A. Thompson's promotions to partnership were featured in the Sun Sentinel's People on the Move column.
Day Pitney's election of 11 attorneys to partnership nationwide, including two in its Parsippany office was featured in NJBIZ.
Day Pitney LLP promoted 11 attorneys to partner in the firm's three core departments: Corporate and Business Law, Litigation, and Individual Clients.
Elizabeth Sher, partner and General Counsel for Day Pitney, was quoted in the New Jersey Law Journal's article titled, "All Eyes on Philip Sellinger: Observers Watch New US Attorney for Clues About Priorities."