Law360 featured the arrival of new partners Tiffany Bentley, Ann Hetherwick Cahill, Christine Fletcher, and David Raymon in the article, "Day Pitney Adds 4 Ex-Burns & Levinson Attys in Boston." The partners focus on private client matters, fiduciary and probate litigation, and some family law issues.
Regarding the new arrivals, Day Pitney's Managing Partner Gregory A. Hayes said, "Boston is a growing market for our firm that presents immense opportunities. Adding this talented team further elevates the sophistication of our private client practice."
When asked about her practice, Fletcher responded, "Clients trust me at a time when they may be feeling vulnerable and scared and I take that very seriously."
Bentley added, "The four of us are just so thrilled about the opportunity to make this move together, where we can continue to collaborate with each other as we have for many, many years, and expand our collaborations to include the wealth of talent among our new colleagues at Day Pitney."
Cahill discussed why she chose to practice trusts and estates law, commenting, "I gravitated to trust and estates litigation after seeing first-hand in my own family how death directly impacts family relationships and inheritances."
When asked about his practice, Raymon stated, "Since no two families are exactly alike, I am constantly challenged with new and interesting situations."
"Their collective expertise and dedication to excellence will reinforce our commitment to serving all of the needs of our private clients and will complement our practice in the Boston region and beyond," said B. Dane Dudley, chair of Day Pitney's Private Client Department.
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