A case in which John McLafferty and Erica Tennyson successfully defended a Canadian citizen and his company against an action for injunctive relief was named one of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly's "Most Important Opinions" during the first half of 2011. The case, Maine Pointe, LLC v. Starr, et al., centered around a request for a preliminary injunction to enforce non-compete provisions in an independent contractor/consultant agreement. The United States District Court in Boston denied the request because the basis for personal jurisdiction was ruled dubious and the plaintiff had not shown "a likelihood of success on the merits."
On August 15, Michael Dell will present a live webinar, "Top 10 Ways Supervisors and Managers Create Legal Risks for Your Workplace Under Federal Law," sponsored by BLR.
On July 11, partner Francine Esposito will present a live webinar, "FMLA Leave Is Exhausted: How to Address Transfer and ADA Accommodation Requests, Fitness-for-Duty Exams, and More," sponsored by BLR.
Heather Weine Brochin and Theresa Kelly authored Employee Privacy Laws: New Jersey, a Q&A guide published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law.
Theresa Kelly and Alba Aviles authored an article, "The Weighty Matter of Obesity in the Workplace," which was published in the May 2019 edition of Employee Benefit Plan Review.
On May 31, Francine Esposito will serve as the moderator and speak on a multi-national panel of attorneys on the topic of "Unions in the Workplace," at the 2019 Lex Mundi Labor and Employee and Employee Benefits and Pension Joint Practice Group Global Meeting in Boston.
Day Pitney Press Release
Gary Betensky and Michael Napoleone were featured in a profile, "Day Pitney LLP: Firm Expands to Better Serve South Florida Clients," published in the March issue of The Boca Raton Observer magazine.
Day Pitney associate Arianna Mouré was featured in an article, "Practicing Law and Contributing to the Greater Good," published in the Fall/Winter 2018 edition of the Rutgers University School of Arts and Sciences Access Newsletter.
Heather Weine Brochin was quoted in an article, "Confidentiality Disqualifies Harassment Settlement Tax Deductions," published on the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) website.