Day Pitney's election of 11 new partners was featured in Law360 Pulse article, "Day Pitney Elevates 11 To Partner."
"Our elevation of eleven lawyers to partnership, across our practice groups and offices, is a testament to the quality of these attorneys and our confidence in the future of the firm," said Thomas Goldberg, Day Pitney's Managing Partner. "We look forward to our bright future together."
Several of the new partners provided comments on what the promotion means to them.
"It has been my goal to become partner since my first day of law school. To achieve that goal at a law firm as well respected as Day Pitney beats all my expectations." Mike Fitzpatrick, Litigation Partner.
"It's a tremendous honor to make partner, especially as part of this majority-female partnership class, and it opens new opportunities to serve my clients in a new way. Personally, as a role model to my two young daughters it means the world to me that I can practice law at a high level, while being an active parent to them." Katie McAllister, Stamford-based Trusts and Estates Partner.
"With its strong reputation in the insurance industry and deep bench of experience and knowledge, Day Pitney is the perfect place to grow my practice. I'm honored to join the ranks of partner and to have the opportunity to work with the highest caliber of attorneys and clients." Elizabeth Retersdorf, Hartford-based Insurance and Reinsurance Partner.
"It is a tremendous honor to be joining the ranks of such a talented, collegial and warm group of partners at Day Pitney. I am so grateful for the outpouring of support I have received from everyone here beginning the moment I walked in the doors, and I'm looking forward to this next chapter of my career." New Jersey-based Gretchen Blauvelt-Marquez, Capital Markets Partner.
Additional partners include: Boca Raton-based Brian E. Thompson (Trusts and Estates); Boston-based Keith H. Bensten (Complex Commercial Litigation) and Gemma R. Cashman (Real Estate and Land Use); New Jersey-based James M. Leva, Nicole M. Magdziak (Real Estate and Land Use), and Thomas F. J. O'Mullane (Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation); and Providence-based Emma D. Becker (Trusts and Estates).
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