Day Pitney's Individual Clients Department In New Location

Sunday, June 1, 2008 - 01:00

Day Pitney LLP has consolidated its Individual Clients Department (ICD) for central Connecticut in West Hartford at the new office center in Blue Back Square's Lexicon building. The office houses 11 lawyers and 19 other professional staff.

Blue Back Square is an award-winning, mixed-use development that provides state-of-the-art professional office space for Day Pitney's central Connecticut ICD practice in a location that is both appealing and accessible to clients. Day Pitney's ICD practice serves the unique needs of individuals and their families and provides counsel to fiduciaries and tax-exempt entities.

Eight counsel have recently joined the ranks of attorneys at Day Pitney LLP.

Jonathan M. Borg practices in the areas of commercial litigation and asset-based lenders and other creditors in state and federal courts nationwide.

Claudia T. Centomini advises and represents employers in wage and hour matters, discrimination claims, labor arbitrations, and other labor and employment matters.

Amish R. Doshi practices in the area of bankruptcy and creditors' rights, including work-outs and restructurings, as well as commercial litigation.

Catherine Dugan O'Connor represents business clients in litigation involving patents, trademarks, trade secrets, and other intellectual property rights.

Camille V. Otero practices in the areas of environmental, toxic tort, and commercial litigation.

Maureen C. Pavely practices in the areas of commercial and employment litigation.

Renu A. Shevade's principal area of practice involves the representation of commercial and residential developers before municipal, county, and state authorities with regard to land use approvals.

Lane T. Watson represents companies in mergers and acquisitions, reorganizations, Hart-Scott-Rodino antitrust issues, commercial contracts, and private placement of securities.