Stamford, Conn., November 11, 2016 – Day Pitney is pleased to announce that Bryan Orticelli was selected as a 2016 New Leader in the Law by The Connecticut Law Tribune. The award recognizes lawyers under the age of 40 who have excelled in the courtroom, in client service and cultivation, in service to bar associations and in performing pro bono work or community service in a volunteer capacity, according to the publication. This year, 37 winners were chosen.
"Since joining Day Pitney in 2011, Bryan has become one of our hardest working associates. His tireless efforts have resulted in countless litigation successes on behalf of clients," said Day Pitney Managing Partner Stanley A. Twardy Jr. "Bryan has quickly developed a reputation as an essential member of a team in any complex case and has rightfully earned the unanimous praise and respect of his colleagues and clients."
Orticelli is a Day Pitney associate who focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation. He has successfully litigated multimillion dollar disputes on behalf of Fortune 500 clients, according to a profile in the publication. He also serves as a mentor and instructor in Day Pitney's training programs for new attorneys.
Outside the office, Orticelli serves as secretary of the Oliver Ellsworth Inn of Court and involvement in the CBA's Young Lawyers Section, where (at the request of peers) he has presented CLE programs including "Short Calendar 101." He also engages in regular pro bono work and service to civic organizations, including the ACLU.
*New Leaders in The Law results are based entirely on research done by The Connecticut Law Tribune. A description of the selection methodology can be found here. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. Attorney advertising. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
Elizabeth Sher, chair of the firm's Complex Commercial Litigation business unit, served as co-editor of the 2019 edition of New Jersey Federal Civil Procedure, the leading treatise on federal practice in New Jersey, published by ALM.
Michael Furey and Sylvia-Rebecca Gutiérrez authored an article, "Is It Worth the Risk? Doing Business With Your Client," published by the New Jersey Law Journal in a Professional Malpractice special section.
Joy Harmon Sperling, Christina Parlapiano and Michelle Moshe authored an article, "NJ Court Confirms Standing Based on Lost Note Affidavit, When Loss Is Prior to Assignment," published by the New Jersey Law Journal.
On November 12, Naju Lathia will be speaking on a panel called "Tips from Young Lawyers: What they Need to Succeed," at the New Jersey Defense Association's 9th Annual Women and the Law Seminar.
Jonathan Handler and Sylvia-Rebecca Gutiérrez co-authored an article, "Geographic Information Systems For Environmental Litigation," published by Bloomberg Environment's Environment & Energy Report.
Day Pitney associate Darian Butcher has been elected as Vice President of the Board of Directors of GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD).
On October 29, Tom Goldberg, Day Pitney's Managing Partner, was elected to the Board of the Federal Bar Foundation and to the position of Secretary at its annual meeting.
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