4 Big Trends In Connecticut's Legal Industry in 2021
Publisher: Law360 Pulse
December 20, 2021
Healthcare practice chair and vice chair of Day Pitney's Corporate Department, Susan Huntington was featured in Law360 Pulse article, "4 Big Trends In Connecticut's Legal Industry in 2021." Huntington discusses how COVID-19 protocols, vaccines and mandates impacted employers, the benefits and challenges surrounding working remotely and how the legal industry has changed.
When asked about what trends Huntington reflected that COVID fueled significant liability concerns, "We did a lot of counseling on essential workers – transportation, energy, health care, [companies] had to get their workers in. So the [employers were] balancing the requirements of the executive orders and the safety of their workers versus the need to get their workers in."
Day Pitney Senior Associate Alan Ruiz has been appointed to the Board of Directors for the Center for Children’s Advocacy in Connecticut, which is the largest children’s legal rights organization in New England.
Day Pitney Family Office Associate Jaclyn M. D'Esposito authored an article with Family Office Exchange's Chief Learning Officer Mindy Kalinowski titled, "The Rising Generation's Role in Family Offices," for WealthManagement.com.
Day Pitney Employment and Labor Partner Glenn Dowd and Healthcare Partner and Chair Susan Huntington are featured in the Hartford Business Journal article titled, "Legal Experts: COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates Easing; Hybrid Work Here to Stay."