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Representing a diverse group of clients across the nation and around the world, we develop and implement innovative solutions to the complex challenges confronting the energy and utility industries. Our clients include electric, gas and water utilities; debt and equity investors; generators, transmitters and marketers; equipment contractors; and other energy and utility market participants.
Day Pitney lawyers have the knowledge and experience to help financial institutions navigate through the complex maze of regulatory initiatives as they develop. We bring financial institution clients extensive experience not only with the state and federal legal and regulatory frameworks within which they operate, but also with the applicable regulatory bodies and agencies.
Representative clients include international, national, regional, and local entities as well as individual investors. We provide legal counsel to a broad range of commercial enterprises, including financial institutions, utilities (energy, water, telecommunications), Fortune 500 companies, manufacturing companies, academic institutions, hospitality and retail companies, religious organizations, lending institutions, property owners, and real estate developers.
The complexity, expense and importance of insurance coverage and reinsurance disputes have never been more significant. These matters often involve high internal and external costs and present material risks. Representing insurers and reinsurers in litigation, arbitration and regulatory proceedings has been a major focus of Day Pitney's practice for the last 50 years.
Family offices are privately owned entities established by affluent families to manage their wealth, plan for their families' financial future, engage in investment opportunities and provide other services to family members. Family offices can be formally structured or operated informally. In recent years, families of wealth have come to realize the many benefits of establishing a structured family office, including enhanced control, privacy and customization of their asset allocation, wealth and risk management, and an overall legacy plan.
Every day, our intellectual property attorneys help clients acquire, secure, transfer, defend, enforce and understand their intellectual property rights. We prosecute patents and trademarks; negotiate and draft agreements for the license and sale of intellectual property rights; litigate intellectual property disputes in federal and state courts around the country, including before the International Trade Commission (ITC) and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; and advise clients on the entire array of evolving intellectual property issues modern businesses confront, including workplace policies relating to Internet access and use, social media, and privacy.
Day Pitney's interdisciplinary Healthcare and Life Sciences practice represents a broad spectrum of entities related to healthcare, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, research and technology. Many of our attorneys have backgrounds in the sciences, providing a foundation that allows us to offer informed advice and to react quickly to whatever issues may arise. We differentiate ourselves by taking the initiative to become knowledgeable about our clients' businesses and to use that knowledge to create true partnerships. By virtue of our long-standing relationships, Day Pitney attorneys have deep experience in helping our life sciences and healthcare clients achieve their goals.
Over the past decade, the landscape has dramatically changed for both tax-exempt organizations and their supporters. An increase in access to information has made compliance for tax-exempt organizations more important than ever, as members of the public and press, donors, regulators, and legislators are easily able to scrutinize operations. Donors are looking for more impact from donations, and tax-exempt organizations are expected to be sophisticated in their business operations and financial management, in some cases seeking more creative sources of revenue by participating in complex transactions that require thoughtful legal advice.