Day Pitney LLP is pleased to announce that five lawyers at the firm have been promoted to the partnership. The new partners represent a range of practices, including labor and employment, estate planning and tax, shareholder/securities litigation, insurance litigation and real estate.
"Each year we raise the standards of excellence that define new Day Pitney partners," said Day Pitney Managing Partner Stanley A. Twardy. "This year's class boasts outstanding credentials and accomplishments. We are more than pleased to welcome into our partnership five lawyers whose command of the law and concern for their clients epitomizes what our firm stands for."
The new partners are:
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