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Day Pitney Promotes

Six new partners

In addition to completing the acquisition of two offices in Florida, Day Pitney announced that six lawyers had been elected partners, effective January 1. They include Alexis S. Gettier, Sebastien M. Lombardi, Ruth S. Moskowitz, Robert G. Rahilly and Jennifer L. Solberg and Jonathan S. Zelig.

"These outstanding lawyers have demonstrated outstanding ability and built strong and engaging relationships with our clients," said Tom Goldberg, Managing Partner of Day Pitney. "We are delighted to welcome them to the partnership and hope that their success will continue."

Alexis Gettier is a trust and estate partner in the Stamford office. It helps wealthy individuals, including married and unmarried couples, with tax and estate planning, as well as advice on structuring donations and succession planning. She also advises families and trustees in the administration of estates and complex trusts, as well as clients with large art portfolios. Gettier received his J.D., cum laude, award from Temple University. She is admitted to practice in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Sebastian Lombardi is a transactional partner of the Energy and Utilities practice group in Hartford. He assists energy clients in all aspects of transactional and regulatory issues related to the energy and gas markets. He is a member of the team of lawyers serving as general counsel at the New England Power Pool. Lombardi received his doctorate in law from the University of Connecticut. He is licensed to practice in Connecticut and the US District Court of Appeals in the District of Columbia.

Ruth Moskowitz is a trust and estate partner in the Greenwich office. She advises individuals and families on estate planning, including tax advice on giving, wills, trust agreements and related instruments. She works on complex trust and estate matters, including inheritance tax audits, advises Trustees on their duties and responsibilities with respect to the management of trusts and estates, and defends the interests of individuals and corporations. in disputes between trusts and estates. Moskowitz received his doctorate in law from Benjamin N. Cardozo Law School. She is licensed to practice in Connecticut and New York.

Robert Rahilly is a transactional partner in the Stamford office that assists clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies to start-ups dealing with commercial real estate issues. He represents lenders and borrowers in all aspects of commercial real estate finance transactions. Rahilly earned his law degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law and is licensed to practice in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Jennifer Solberg is a transactional partner of the Parsippany, New Jersey office. She represents clients in the acquisition and sale of commercial properties and assists them in the financing and leasing of commercial properties, as well as in the setting up and modification of commercial mortgage loans and complex securities. Solberg received his doctoral degree with distinction from the Law School of the University of Connecticut and is licensed to practice in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.

Jonathan Zelig is a litigation partner in the Boston office. He represents insurers and other large corporations in complex litigation and arbitration proceedings. He has experience advising insurance companies on opioid, asbestos, e-cigarettes, data privacy, intellectual property and compliance litigation. health care. He regularly assists multinational companies. Zelig earned his doctorate in law from Yale Law School. He is admitted to practice in New York and Massachusetts.

Murtha Cullina announces

New associates and lawyers

Murtha Cullina announced that lawyers Patricia L. Boye-Williams, Marilyn B. Fagelson and Kristen L. Zaehringer would have become partners and that Catherine A. Cuggino would have become a lawyer.

Patricia Boye-Williams practices of municipal, energy, environmental and public service corporate bodies. She has represented developers of renewable energy and renewable energy buyers, including municipalities. She is a former Deputy Attorney General of Connecticut and has served on Farmington City Council. She received her doctorate in law from the Chicago-Kent College of Law.

Marilyn Fagelson chairs the Murtha Insurance Recovery Practice Group. She works primarily on complex commercial litigation, underwriters of insurance contracts and on appeals practices. She is a member of the Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee of the American Bar Association and has chaired the Insurance Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. She graduated from Hofstra University.

Kristen Zaehringer is a member of the firm's litigation department. She regularly represents clients in federal and regional courts and administrative agencies. She serves on the Federal District Grievance Board of Connecticut and the Local Civil Rules Advisory Committee. Zaehringer is Co-Chair of the Federal Practice Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. In 2015, she was named one of 40 Fairfield County businessmen under the age of 40.

Catherine Cuggino is a member of the Department of Business and Finance and Murtha Real Estate Group. It represents buyers, sellers and lenders in the context of commercial real estate transactions. She also assists clients in land use planning and zoning, leasing negotiations and conflict resolution. She prepares and classifies land use applications to Connecticut boards and commissions. Ms. Cuggino is Vice Chair of the Executive Committee of the Commercial Finance Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. She received her doctorate of law from Quinnipiac University School of Law.

Robinson and Cole lawyer named

Advisory Council of the soup kitchen

The New Covenant Center, one of the largest soup and pantry cuisines in the state, has named Robinson & Cole's attorney Charles F. Martin III to its advisory board.

Martin is a member of the firm's real estate development group, representing hundreds of clients in commercial and financial leasing transactions, joint ventures, economic redevelopment projects, and the acquisition and disposal of commercial real estate.

Opened in 1978 as a soup kitchen "to help the poor in Stamford meet the most basic needs of food in a dignified and respectful environment," the center serves 600,000 meals a year, becoming one of the most Connecticut's largest popular kitchens. the only ones in the state open 365 days a year for three meals a day. The center also operates Stamford's largest pantry and one of the largest in the state, with more than 400 families per month.

In addition to serving on the advisory council, Martin will lead the center's outreach program. "Data-reactid =" 22 "> Murtha Cullina's lawyers (left) Patricia L. Boye-Williams, Marilyn B. Fagelson and Kristen L. Zaehringer became partners and Catherine A. Cuggino became a lawyer (courtesy photo)

Day Pitney Promotes

Six new partners

In addition to completing the acquisition of two offices in Florida, Day Pitney announced that six lawyers had been elected partners, effective January 1. They include Alexis S. Gettier, Sebastien M. Lombardi, Ruth S. Moskowitz, Robert G. Rahilly and Jennifer L. Solberg and Jonathan S. Zelig.

"These outstanding lawyers have demonstrated outstanding ability and built strong and engaging relationships with our clients," said Tom Goldberg, Managing Partner of Day Pitney. "We are delighted to welcome them to the partnership and hope that their success will continue."

Alexis Gettier is a trust and estate partner in the Stamford office. It helps wealthy individuals, including married and unmarried couples, with tax and estate planning, as well as advice on structuring donations and succession planning. She also advises families and trustees in the administration of estates and complex trusts, as well as clients with large art portfolios. Gettier received his J.D., cum laude, award from Temple University. She is admitted to practice in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Sebastian Lombardi is a transactional partner of the Energy and Utilities practice group in Hartford. He assists energy clients in all aspects of transactional and regulatory issues related to the energy and gas markets. He is a member of the team of lawyers serving as general counsel at the New England Power Pool. Lombardi received his doctorate in law from the University of Connecticut. He is licensed to practice in Connecticut and the US District Court of Appeals in the District of Columbia.

Ruth Moskowitz is a trust and estate partner in the Greenwich office. She advises individuals and families on estate planning, including tax advice on giving, wills, trust agreements and related instruments. She works on complex trust and estate matters, including inheritance tax audits, advises Trustees on their duties and responsibilities with respect to the management of trusts and estates, and defends the interests of individuals and corporations. in disputes between trusts and estates. Moskowitz received his doctorate in law from Benjamin N. Cardozo Law School. She is licensed to practice in Connecticut and New York.

Robert Rahilly is a transactional partner in the Stamford office that assists clients ranging from Fortune 100 companies to start-ups dealing with commercial real estate issues. He represents lenders and borrowers in all aspects of commercial real estate finance transactions. Rahilly earned his law degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law and is licensed to practice in Connecticut and Massachusetts.

Jennifer Solberg is a transactional partner of the Parsippany, New Jersey office. She represents clients in the acquisition and sale of commercial properties and assists them in the financing and leasing of commercial properties, as well as in the setting up and modification of commercial mortgage loans and complex securities. Solberg received his doctoral degree with distinction from the Law School of the University of Connecticut and is licensed to practice in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.

Jonathan Zelig is a litigation partner in the Boston office. He represents insurers and other large corporations in complex litigation and arbitration proceedings. He has experience advising insurance companies on opioid, asbestos, e-cigarettes, data privacy, intellectual property and compliance litigation. health care. He regularly assists multinational companies. Zelig earned his doctorate in law from Yale Law School. He is admitted to practice in New York and Massachusetts.

Murtha Cullina announces

New associates and lawyers

Murtha Cullina announced that lawyers Patricia L. Boye-Williams, Marilyn B. Fagelson and Kristen L. Zaehringer would have become partners and that Catherine A. Cuggino would have become a lawyer.

Patricia Boye-Williams practices of municipal, energy, environmental and public service corporate bodies. She has represented developers of renewable energy and renewable energy buyers, including municipalities. She is a former Deputy Attorney General of Connecticut and has served on Farmington City Council. She received her doctorate in law from the Chicago-Kent College of Law.

Marilyn Fagelson chairs the Murtha Insurance Recovery Practice Group. She works primarily on complex commercial litigation, underwriters of insurance contracts and on appeals practices. She is a member of the Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee of the American Bar Association and has chaired the Insurance Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. She graduated from Hofstra University.

Kristen Zaehringer is a member of the firm's litigation department. She regularly represents clients in federal and regional courts and administrative agencies. She serves on the Federal District Grievance Board of Connecticut and the Local Civil Rules Advisory Committee. Zaehringer is Co-Chair of the Federal Practice Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. In 2015, she was named one of 40 Fairfield County businessmen under the age of 40.

Catherine Cuggino is a member of the Department of Business and Finance and Murtha Real Estate Group. It represents buyers, sellers and lenders in the context of commercial real estate transactions. She also assists clients in land use planning and zoning, leasing negotiations and conflict resolution. She prepares and classifies land use applications to Connecticut boards and commissions. Ms. Cuggino is Vice Chair of the Executive Committee of the Commercial Finance Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. She received her doctorate of law from Quinnipiac University School of Law.

Robinson and Cole lawyer named

Advisory Council of the soup kitchen

The New Covenant Center, one of the largest soup and pantry cuisines in the state, has named Robinson & Cole's attorney Charles F. Martin III to its advisory board.

Martin is a member of the firm's real estate development group, representing hundreds of clients in commercial and financial leasing transactions, joint ventures, economic redevelopment projects, and the acquisition and disposal of commercial real estate.

Opened in 1978 as a soup kitchen "to help the poor in Stamford meet the most basic needs of food in a dignified and respectful environment," the center serves 600,000 meals a year, becoming one of the most Connecticut's largest popular kitchens. the only ones in the state open 365 days a year for three meals a day. The center also operates Stamford's largest pantry and one of the largest in the state, with more than 400 families per month.

In addition to serving on the advisory council, Martin will lead the center's community outreach program.