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Day Pitney Named "Law Firm of the Year" for Trusts & Estates Law by U.S. News – Best Lawyers for Second Year in a Row

Publisher: Day Pitney Press Release
November 4, 2021

Firm Also Receives Eight National and 69 Regional Rankings

In the 2022 edition of "Best Law Firms," published by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®, Day Pitney wins "Law Firm of the Year," for Trusts & Estates Law for the second year in a row. The firm also garnered top-tier rankings, earning Day Pitney both national and regional recognition.

The firm is ranked nationally in eight practices areas, including Tier 1 for Litigation - Construction and Trusts & Estates Law, and received 69 regional rankings, including 47 Tier 1 rankings across Boston, Hartford, Miami, New Haven, New Jersey, New York City, Stamford, and West Palm Beach.

According to the U.S. News – Best Lawyers® "Best Law Firms" law firms receiving the "Law Firm of the Year" are determined based on a handful of factors, including: feedback from lawyers recognized by Best Lawyers on individual lawyer and firm-wide work, the size and coverage of the firm in a specific practice area, historical analysis of the firm's "Lawyer of the Year" awards in this area, and research surrounding the firm's overall scope and areas of experience.

Day Pitney's complete 2022 rankings are as follows:

"Law Firm of the Year" Trusts & Estates Law

National Rankings:

 Tier 1

Litigation - Construction

Trusts & Estates Law

Tier 2

Commercial Litigation

Energy Law

Litigation - Banking & Finance

Litigation - Real Estate

Tier 3

Corporate Law

Land Use & Zoning Law

Boston

Tier 1

Trusts & Estates Law

Tier 2

Elder Law

Family Law

Tier 3

Litigation - Trusts & Estates

Hartford

Tier 1

Banking and Finance Law

Commercial Litigation

Copyright Law

Energy Law

Energy Regulatory Law

Environmental Law

Insurance Law

Litigation - Environmental

Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions - Defendants

Product Liability Litigation - Defendants

Real Estate Law

Trusts & Estates Law

Miami

Tier 1

Bet-the-Company Litigation

Commercial Litigation

Litigation - Banking & Finance

Litigation – Construction

Tier 2

Litigation - Real Estate

Trusts & Estates Law

Tier 3

Litigation - Trusts & Estates

New Haven

Tier 1

Litigation - Real Estate

Litigation - Trusts & Estates

Real Estate Law

Trusts & Estates Law

Tier 2

Elder Law

New Jersey

Tier 1

Commercial Litigation

Corporate Governance Law

Corporate Law

Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law

Employment Law - Management

Family Law

Franchise Law

Labor Law - Management

Land Use & Zoning Law

Litigation - Banking & Finance

Litigation - Labor & Employment

Mergers & Acquisitions Law

Real Estate Law

Securities Regulation

Trusts & Estates Law

Tier 2

Criminal Defense: White-Collar

Employment Law - Individuals

Information Technology Law

Litigation - Construction

Litigation - Real Estate

Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions – Defendants

Tier 3

Environmental Law

New York City

Tier 1

Trusts & Estates Law

Tier 3

Tax Law

Stamford

Tier 1

Corporate Law

Criminal Defense: White-Collar

Employment Law - Individuals

Employment Law - Management

Labor Law – Management

Mergers & Acquisitions Law

Real Estate Law

Securities / Capital Markets Law

Trusts & Estates Law

Tier 2

Leveraged Buyouts and Private Equity Law

Litigation - Trusts & Estates

Nonprofit / Charities Law

Washington, D.C.

Tier 2

Tax Law

Trusts & Estates Law

West Palm Beach

Tier 1

Commercial Litigation

Tier 2

Trusts & Estates Law

Tier 3

Litigation - Real Estate

"Best Law Firms" results are issued by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® "Best Law Firms." A description of the selection methodology can be found here and here. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the highest court of any state. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.


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