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Day Pitney Partner Mark A. Romance Appointed to Serve as Co-Chair for the Commercial & Business Litigation Committee for the American Bar Association Litigation Section

Publisher: Day Pitney Press Release
August 9, 2021

Miami, FL – Day Pitney Litigation Partner Mark A. Romance has been appointed to serve in a leadership position in the American Bar Association Litigation Section as the Co-Chair for the Commercial & Business Litigation Committee, which is one of the largest sections of the ABA. In his role, Romance will work with the committee to increase membership, deliver meaningful benefits to members, and implement the goals and strategies of the Section's strategic plan. Romance's appointment is effective September 1, 2021 – August 30, 2022.

"I look forward to being a part of the leadership team of the Commercial & Business Litigation Committee, and continuing to pursue the important work of the ABA and bringing its strategic plan to fruition," stated Romance.

Romance, a seasoned trial and appellate attorney based in the firm's Miami office, represents diverse clients in commercial litigation and other complex litigation, including non-compete, trade secret, intellectual property, real estate, product liability, product defect, and estate and trust litigation. He has extensive experience representing clients in cases involving multi-million dollar claims, often in defense of Fortune 100 companies in high-stakes litigation.

The ABA Litigation Section provides litigators of all practice areas the resources needed to be successful advocates for their clients. The Commercial & Business Litigation Committee focuses on issues facing litigators with broad commercial practices, including substantive areas such as bankruptcy, creditor rights, professional liability, and trade secret law, and procedural matters such as e-discovery, privilege, ADR, and international litigation. Additional information about the Commercial & Business Litigation Committee can be found here.

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