The Connecticut Law Tribune highlighted Day Pitney's Social Media Task Force in a May 6 article on how businesses are dealing with new concerns about the safe use of social media, and how law firms are responding in kind. In the article task force member Richard Harris says: "We prepare a social media policy tailored to our clients' specific business objectives." He describes how Day Pitney assists clients in creating "two types of training sessions. First, we help them develop general social media training for all of their employees. Then we help them with specific training, based on our assessment of the legal risks they face."
The full article can be found here.
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On May 19, Partner Jonathan Handler moderated a virtual book talk for the Massachusetts Chapter of the Federal Bar Association with Professor Jeff Kosseff, author of The Twenty-Six Words That Created the Internet.
On October 15, Jonathan Zelig served as a panelist on the topic, "Ransomware: Exposures and Opportunities," at the 2020 Massachusetts Insurance and Reinsurance Bar Association's Fall Symposium.
Day Pitney and the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) Northeast Chapter co-hosted a virtual roundtable, "Basic Tech and Cyber Competency for In-House Counsel," on September 23.
Day Pitney Counsel Steven Cash will serve as featured panelist for the webinar "Decisional Advantage and Intelligence."
Day Pitney and FH+H’s new strategic alliance was featured in Law360, and highlights how it will help clients from both firms, from defense contractors to wealthy families and individuals, navigate the evolving national security industry and other fields.
Day Pitney’s strategic alliance with FH+H, a midsize Northern Virginia-based law firm, was featured in Bloomberg Law’s Business & Practice section.
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The firm’s strategic alliance with FH+H, a Virginia law group, to provide expanded services and capabilities was profiled in the Hartford Business Journal.
CIO Kermit Wallace is quoted on Law.com's Special Report: The Barometer's article, "Legal's Pandemic-Fueled Automation Binge Isn't Going Away."