Christopher Stracco and Jennifer Capone were mentioned in the article, "388 Route 22 Readington Realty Holdings, LLC v. TWP. of Readington," in the New Jersey Law Journal. They recently represented Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. in a New Jersey Supreme Court case that concluded that the Appellate Division was correct in upholding Readington Township's sewer allocation ordinance, but that the Appellate Division erred by reversing a trial court's order requiring the New Jersey township of Readington to undertake a critical review of unused sewer capacity to determine if the Township could meet the needs of a developer, 388 Route 22 Readington. Client Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. holds 44 percent of the unused capacity, and eight other contract holders that had unused allotments, according to the opinion.
Chase Rogers, former Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court, served as faculty at the New Appellate Judges Seminar, sponsored by the Institute of Judicial Administration (IJA) at New York University School of Law from July 15 – 20 in New York City.
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On May 31, Michael Furey will be speaking at "Commercial Litigation from the Masters," a program being presented by the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE) and being held at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick, NJ.
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Elizabeth (Beth) Sher was invited to participate in a National Institute of Trial Advocacy (NITA) symposium and training program in Tokyo that took place September 2-3, 2017.
Jed Davis was quoted in a feature article, "The Privacy Fight For Digital Data Warrants Is Just Starting," published by Law360.
Day Pitney LLP, led by partner Michael Furey, is representing a major retailer in connection with a personal injury case of first impression that is pending in the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
Day Pitney partner Chase Rogers, former Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court, was featured in an article, "Retired Judges Establish Fund To Provide Lawyers For Immigrant Families," published by the Hartford Courant.
Chase T. Rogers, former Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court, was recognized by the Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information (CCFOI) for bringing greater openness to the state's court system.
On May 15, Chase T. Rogers, former Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court, received the 2018 John M. Bailey Award for Public Service at the Hartford County Bar Association (HCBA) Annual Meeting, which was held at the Bond Ballroom in Hartford, CT.