Day Pitney Intellectual Property Partner Elizabeth Alquist's recent accolades were featured in We-Ha.com's Business Buzz column. Alquist has been named chair of the firm's Litigation department, one of three core departments at the firm. Additionally, she is the recipient of the 2022 Ladder Award from the Connecticut Bar Association.
Alquist is an experienced trial lawyer who represents diverse clients in patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, non-competition and technology-related disputes in federal and state courts, as well as before the International Trade Commission, Patent Trial and Appeal Board and the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
Day Pitney Litigation Partners Gregory Bruno and Alfred W.J. Marks authored "Don't Believe Everything You Read Online: Recent Sanctions Decision Offers Cautionary Tale of Generative AI Risks" for the New York Law Journal's Special Litigation Section.
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 purpose of this monthly series Patently Enabled is to share simplified patent related information to assist non-patent practitioners in making the best decisions when considering their intellectual property rights.
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 partner and co-chair of Data Privacy, Protection, and Litigation practice group Naju Lathia was featured in the Law360Pulse article "Why Firms Should Add Age Discrimination to Larger DEI Discussion."