Heather Weine Brochin was quoted in an article, "Confidentiality Disqualifies Harassment Settlement Tax Deductions," published on the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) website. The article discussed a provision in the new tax law that discourages the use of confidential harassment settlements by disqualifying them from tax deductions. However, as noted in the article, more IRS guidance is needed and it may lead to lower settlement amounts. Brochin told SHRM that employers that still want confidentiality may factor in the disqualification of a deduction when deciding the total amount of a settlement they are willing to pay.
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 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."