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Day Pitney LLP > Firm Details

Location

Hartford
242 Trumbull Street, 
Hartford, Connecticut - 06103

Website

http://www.daypitney.com

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What sets this law firm apart is the fact that it leverages the considerable array of communication, information management, and research technology at its disposal to support its efforts to best suit the individual needs of each client. Integrity, responsiveness, and commitment to client service are of utmost importance here. The firm serves regional, national, and international clients ranging from individuals to Fortune 500 companies. Attorneys at this firm are experts in a variety of practice areas, including estate planning, litigation, real estate, tax, and business law.


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Hartford $95,000 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A $1,827/week
Stamford $110,000 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A $2,115/week
Boston $125,000 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A $2,115/week
Greenwich $110,000 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
New York $125,000 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
New Haven $95,000 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
West Hartford $95,000 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A


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03-21-2007

Day Pitney LLP, a leading full-service law firm formed by the January 1, 2007 merger of Pitney Hardin LLP and Day, Berry & Howard LLP, with offices in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Boston, and Washington, D.C., announced today that its Third Avenue location will transition to its Times Square location on March 23, 2007.

“While the physical move is only a few blocks, combining offices allows us to better leverage the synergies created by the merger and provide better service to our clients,” said Ronald Janis, an executive committee member resident in the firm’s New York office.

The consolidated New York office will house more than 40 lawyers practicing in the areas of intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, securities law, commercial litigation, and wealth transfer, among others.

“With the merger now complete, we are moving aggressively to increase our talent and
resources to best serve the needs of our clients,” said Jim Sicilian and Dennis LaFiura, co-chairs of Day Pitney’s executive committee. “The consolidation of our two locations is the first step in our mission to grow in the New York and the broader Northeast market.”

Legal services include:

Litigation
Day Pitney offers clients the historical strength of a highly respected trial practice. The firm’s attorneys have a broad range of trial experience, representing large national and international corporations and smaller individual businesses. Day Pitney attorneys work on almost every type of litigation, including antitrust and unfair competition, commercial litigation, construction, consumer finance, environmental and toxic tort, franchise, government investigations, insurance and reinsurance disputes, intellectual property, product liability and mass tort, real property, securities enforcement, white collar crime, and zoning and other land use litigation.

Corporate
Day Pitney attorneys serve as securities and corporate counsel to an array of NYSE, NASDAQ and AMEX listed companies in industries such as energy, banking, defense, communications, manufacturing, and technology. The firm’s core group of transactional attorneys is among the most respected in the region, offering clients “Wall Street sophistication” with a “Main Street feel” in areas such as capital markets, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, securities law, compliance, state corporate law, and tax and benefits. The firm has broad environmental, land use and real estate capabilities, representing lenders, developers, owners and prospective purchasers of real estate projects of all kinds.

Intellectual Property
Day Pitney’s Intellectual Property Practice offers a variety of counseling and litigation services including patent prosecution, litigation and transactions, and trademark prosecution and litigation. The firm’s team of interdisciplinary attorneys has a wide range of technical experience in computer science, media and communications and science and engineering. Day Pitney’s diverse client base includes national and international Fortune® 500 companies and small start-ups in industries such as digital technology, telecommunications, computers, electronics, software, business models, Internet sites and process, new media, consumer electronics, mechanical and electromechanical devices, aerospace, photocopying, photonics, industrial chemicals, chemical processes, textiles, pharmaceuticals, and biotechnology.

Individual Clients
Day Pitney’s Individual Clients Department provides the full range of services needed by individuals and their families with respect to estate and tax planning, business succession planning, administration of decedent's estates, administration of trusts, guardianships, conservatorships and other matters relating to incapacity, divorce law, and probate litigation.
01-02-2007

Day, Berry & Howard LLP and Pitney Hardin LLP announced today that the merger of the two firms is complete as of January 1, 2007.

The new firm, Day Pitney LLP, has geographic reach and regional strength, particularly throughout the Northeast. This merger of equals creates a firm of approximately 400 attorneys, operating in nine offices located in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Boston, and Washington, D.C. Day Pitney's Executive Committee is co-chaired by Dennis LaFiura, former managing partner at Pitney Hardin, and Jim Sicilian, former chair of Day, Berry & Howard's executive committee.

As a result of the combination, Day Pitney now offers increased depth of experience providing services to clients more efficiently and on a greater scale.

"Since announcing the merger, we have received an overwhelmingly positive response from our clients and the legal community," said Sicilian. "Given that our legacy firms share a similar history, characterized by an unwavering commitment to client service and client satisfaction, this merger is widely recognized as a natural fit."

"Our expanded capabilities allow Day Pitney to service clients in a wide array of practice areas," said LaFiura. "In today's legal marketplace, clients are increasingly asking their law firms to provide more services to help them proactively identify legal solutions that respond to the needs of their businesses. We have greatly increased our ability to respond to these needs by strengthening the size of our firm and deepening our practice offerings in key areas. Our clients will realize immediate benefits from this combination."

In addition to traditional strengths in litigation and corporate law, Day Pitney offers clients deeper capabilities in many areas, including government investigations, labor, employment, employee benefits, intellectual property, energy law, and individual client matters.

Along with LaFiura and Sicilian, three members from each legacy firm will serve on Day Pitney's Executive Committee. From Pitney Hardin, these individuals include: Ronald H. Janis, a partner in the firm's corporate law practice; Anthony J. Marchetta, a partner in the firm's litigation practice; and Gregory C. Parliman, a partner in the firm's labor and employment practice. From Day, Berry & Howard, executive committee members include: Elizabeth C. Barton, a partner in the firm's environmental and land use law practice; Gerald Garfield, a partner in the firm's energy and utility law practice; and Stanley A. Twardy, Jr., a partner in the firm's white collar defense and internal investigations practice.


Primary Practice Areas

Corporate,Antitrust, Appellate Practice, Bankruptcy and Creditors' Rights, Commercial Litigation, Commercial Real Estate and Development Transactions, Construction Law, Consumer Finance Litigation, Corporate and Business Law, Disabilities and Special Needs Planning, Emerging Companies and Venture Finance, Employment Litigation, Energy and Utility Law, Energy Project Development and Finance, Environmental and Land Use Litigation, Environmental and Land Use Regulation, Financial Services, Franchise Litigation, Homeland Security, Individual Clients, Institutional Finance and Commercial Lending, Insurance and Reinsurance Disputes, Intellectual Property, International Transactions, International Trusts and Estates, Labor and Employment, Labor Regulation and Union Relations, Life Sciences and Healthcare, Matrimonial, Mergers, Acquisitions and Joint Ventures, Municipal Finance, Natural Gas, Nuclear Energy, Patent Prosecution and Litigation, Private Companies, Private Equity and Investment Funds, Probate Controversies, Products Liability and Torts Litigation, Public Companies, Real Estate Litigation, Real Estate Redevelopment, Real Estate, Environmental and Land Use, Renewable Energy, Retail Companies, Shareholder and Securities Litigation, State Tax Controversies, Tax, Tax-Exempt Organizations and Charitable Giving, Technology, Telecommunications and Outsourcing, Trademark, Copyright, Advertising and Internet Group, Trust Services - Account Access, Trust Services and Fiduciary Compliance, Trusts and Estates, Water Companies, White Collar Defense and Internal Investigations.

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