Day Pitney was mentioned in the article, "Fitch warms to CT as $500M debt-issue looms," in the Hartford Business Journal. Day Pitney is mentioned as disclosure counsel to the State of Connecticut for its $500 million general obligation bond sale on August 4th of tax-exempt and taxable debt. Fitch Ratings lifted its negative outlook on the State's general obligation credit rating, and restored a stable outlook and affirmed its AA rating on the State's general obligation debt which will likely save Connecticut taxpayers money. The Day Pitney team working on the sale is Namita Shah, Doug Gillette, Teri McGehan, Sue Albert and Karen Ashe.
Day Pitney New Jersey Partners Katharine "Kate" A. Coffey and Craig M. Gianetti new roles as co-chairs of the real estate and environmental practice was featured in the New Jersey Law Journal's article, "New Leadership Announced at Day Pitney."