Jonathan Handler was quoted in an article, "Injunction Secures Internet Access for Nonprofits" in the Fairfield County Business Journal. In the article, Handler describes the ongoing effort by Day Pitney to prevent Sprint Corporation from shutting off broadband access to more than 300,000 low-income and disadvantaged users plus schools, libraries, and other non-profits across the country. The Massachusetts Superior Court granted a 90-day preliminary injunction requiring Sprint to continue to provide broadband service, among other pre-judgment relief. Handler states "there is a notion out there that we're all out there at high speed. But large portions of the population, for financial reasons, are not." Those who rely on the services of the nonprofits the firm represents would be at "a real disadvantage" if broadband does not remain available.
Day Pitney Litigation Partners Gregory Bruno and Alfred W.J. Marks authored "Don't Believe Everything You Read Online: Recent Sanctions Decision Offers Cautionary Tale of Generative AI Risks" for the New York Law Journal's Special Litigation Section.
Day Pitney Associate Daniel Pierre's award from the Association of Black Law Students at Rutgers School of Law – Newark at its 33rd Annual Jazz for Justice Gala was featured in the Diverse Lawyers Network's newsletter.
The announcement that Day Pitney has named Attorneys James M. Leva and Amanda M. Curley as chair and vice-chair of the firm's Cannabis practice group was featured in Connecticut Law Tribune's Connecticut Movers column.
Day Pitney partner and co-chair of Data Privacy, Protection, and Litigation practice group Naju Lathia was featured in the Law360Pulse article "Why Firms Should Add Age Discrimination to Larger DEI Discussion."
Day Pitney Attorneys James M. Leva and Amanda M. Curley's positions as leaders of the firm's Cannabis practice group were featured in theLeva Curley Canna article "Day Pitney Selects New Leaders For Cannabis Practice Group."