Day Pitney Partner Gary Betensky has been appointed Vice-Chair of the Business Torts and Unfair Competition Committee of the American Bar Association for the September 2020-August 2021 term. The committee keeps business litigators fully informed on burgeoning issues, such as fiduciary duties, fraud, unfair trade practices, tortious inference, trademarks and trade secrets, remedies and evidence, as well as technologies issues and developments impacting the practice. Betensky serves as the Vice-Chair of Operations and will be responsible for overseeing the activities of the Communications, Membership, Diversity and Inclusion, and Young Advocates subcommittees.
Learn more about the American Bar Association’s Business Torts and Unfair Competition Committee here.
Day Pitney Partner Joy Harmon Sperling will present on a panel entitled "How to Navigate Debt Collection Restrictions, Manage Liquidity Challenges, and Reconcile Opposing Demands from Consumers and Investors as a Servicer," at the 27th American Conference Institute National Forum on Residential Mortgage Regulatory Enforcement and Litigation.
Day Pitney Attorneys Alfred Marks and Michael Lane co-authored an article, "Spokeo, Inc. v. Robins: An Underutilized Defense Against Claims Brought Under Federal Consumer Finance Statutes," for The Banking Law Journal.
Joy Harmon Sperling and Erin Hodgson authored an article, "NJ Supreme Court Affirms Mortgage Assignee's Right to Enforce Lost Note."
Adam Myron, senior counsel resident in Day Pitney's West Palm Beach office, is running for judge in south Florida.
On September 10, Day Pitney LLP and Partner Jeffrey Mueller were featured in an article, "Wrestlers Sued the WWE, but Their Lawyer Misbehaved, Facing $500K in Sanctions," published by the Connecticut Law Tribune.
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Joshua Cohen was quoted in the American Bar Association Journal, the online publication for the American Bar Association.
Day Pitney attorneys James Rotondo and Andrew Ammirati co-authored an Expert Analysis article, "May Amazon be held liable in strict products liability?," for Westlaw Today.