The promoted partners practice in two of its three core departments, Litigation and Corporate, and represent clients across practice areas, including Mergers, Acquisitions and Joint Ventures; Investment Management and Private Funds; Intellectual Property; and Energy and Utilities.
"These distinguished and talented lawyers embody the values and commitment to client service that is integral to the success of our firm, and we wholeheartedly welcome them to the partnership. We know they will continue to strive for top-of-the-line service and continue to grow as professionals," said Tom Goldberg, Day Pitney's Managing Partner.
Kevin Duffy, a commercial litigator, assists individuals and businesses in matters affecting their personal and financial interests. He has advised and represented clients in cases involving contracts, securities, public bidding, unfair competition, negligence, fraud and consumer protection claims in state and federal courts in New Jersey and New York. He has successfully argued before the Supreme Court of New Jersey, and outside of the courtroom he has successfully represented clients' interests in arbitration and mediation. Duffy earned his J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law, and his B.S., magna cum laude, from Emerson College. He is admitted to practice in New Jersey and New York.
Brian Fischer represents private equity and venture capital firms, public companies, privately held companies and emerging growth companies in formation, debt and equity financings; mergers and acquisitions; strategic joint ventures; technology arrangements; and general corporate matters. He advises clients in structuring, forming, and operating private investment funds, partnerships, and joint ventures. Fischer also has significant experience in transition planning for family-owned and closely held businesses, and assisting owners and management in preparing for and executing sale transactions and other transitions to the next generation of owners and management. Fischer earned his LL.M from Boston University School of Law; his J.D. from the University of Miami School of Law, magna cum laude; and his B.B.A., cum laude, from the University of Miami. He is admitted to practice in Connecticut and Delaware.
Alexander Judd counsels energy clients on regulatory, compliance, and transactional matters. He assists energy clients with the development and financing of renewable power and fossil fuel facilities. Judd works with competitive electricity suppliers, utilities, energy project developers, and investors. He appears frequently before the Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA). Judd also monitors regulatory developments in the energy and utilities field throughout New England. He earned his J.D., with honors, and a Certificate of Energy and Environmental Law from the University of Connecticut Law School, and his B.A., cum laude, from The George Washington University.
Miami attorney Andrew Ingalls moderated the panel, "The Future of the Death Penalty in Florida," at the South Florida Chapter of the American Constitution on November 12.
On October 22, Partner and General Counsel Elizabeth J. Sher was a panelist at the Attorneys' Liability Assurance Society webinar titled, "Who Can You Trust? The Dangers of Serving As and Representing Fiduciaries."
Judge Christopher F. Droney (ret.) authored the article, "Preparation is Key: A Successful Moot Session is Vital for Appellate Arguments," for the "Best Practices" column of the Connecticut Law Tribune.
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Judge Christopher Droney (ret.) authored the article, "Tips for Effective Appellate Arguments," for the "Expert Opinion" column of the Connecticut Law Tribune.
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New Jersey Partner Christina Livorsi was featured in an in-depth New Jersey Law Journal Q&A titled, "Meet Day Pitney's Livorsi, the Woman Whose Big Courtroom Victory Continues to Reverberate Across 2 Sectors."
Florida Partner Gary S. Betensky elected to serve as Chair of the Palm Beach County Environmental Control Hearing Board was featured in the Sun Sentinel's People on the Move Column.
Florida Partner Gary S. Betensky has been elected by the board members of the Palm Beach County Environmental Control Hearing Board to serve as chair, effective immediately.
Day Pitney Counsel Steven A. Cash was quoted by The Hill, discussing how former Trump White House strategist Stephen Bannon's choice to buck a subpoena from the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol could tee up a big decision for a Justice Department determined to strike an independent tone.