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“The Big (and Little) Things Outside Counsel Wish Their Clients Knew,” Garden State Bar Association, Association of Corporate Counsel, and Greenberg Traurig

On May 2, Day Pitney Litigation Partner Naju Lathia is speaking on the panel "The Big (and Little) Things Outside Counsel Wish Their Clients Knew," sponsored by Garden State Bar Association, Association of Corporate Counsel New Jersey, and Greenberg Traurig.

Next Generation Threats in Cybersecurity for Mortgage Lenders

Day Pitney has been hosting a CLE webinar series for mortgage lenders and servicers with three insightful sessions. In the last installment, Next Generation Threats in Cybersecurity for Mortgage Lenders and Servicers, on Thursday, April 25, 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m., we will explore current trends in data privacy law compliance and cybersecurity readiness.

Enterprise Risk Management For Health Care

Day Pitney Healthcare Attorneys Susan R. Huntington and Phoebe Roth authored the chapter titled "Using Enterprise Risk Management-Based Frameworks to Advance Population Health" for American Health Law Association (AHLA) and the American Society for Health Care Risk Management's (ASHRM) book titled "Enterprise Risk Management for Health Care."

Here Are Preemptive Measures to Limit a Cyberattack's Damage to Your Business

Day Pitney Data Privacy, Protection and Litigation chair William Roberts authored an op-ed with CBIA's President and CEO Chris DiPentima titled "Here Are Preemptive Measures to Limit a Cyberattack's Damage to Your Business," for the Hartford Business Journal.