Published Works

Wiggin and Dana attorneys from across our practice areas regularly author books, book chapters, and articles in law reviews, journals and magazines on wide-ranging and important legal and business topics. Search our 15-year archive below, containing hundreds of articles, to find insight on critical issues you face.

DateTitle Author(s)
11.23.2015Depositions Overseas or Deposities in Het BuitenlandIADC Product Liability Committee Newsletter, November 2015 Alan Schwartz

11.6.2015State Antitrust Law and The ConstitutionBloomberg BNA Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report Robert Langer

10.19.2015Take a Fresh Look at the FLSANew York Law Journal Lawrence Peikes
Christine Wachter

9.30.2015FCA's Split Personality Makes Compliance A Moving TargetLaw360 David Hall
Matthew Nettleton

9.28.2015Abacus Federal Savings Bank And the Dangers of Cooperation Without RepresentationNew York Law Journal Jenny Chou
James Glasser

9.24.2015You Must Be This Tall... and Have This Many Hands... and This Many Legs... to Ride: Recreational Access Under the Americans with Disabilities ActFranchise Law Journal Erik Beard

9.14.2015The Changed Rules of the Game in the Patent Litigation Arena TerraLex Connections Joseph Casino

9.14.2015When Judges Rely on Their Own Online ResearchThe National Law Journal Aaron Bayer

9.10.2015Key Lessons From The BNY Mellon Internship Bribery CaseLaw360 Joseph Martini
Michael McGinley

8.24.2015Enforcing Prelitigation Mediation Clauses in State CourtConnecticut Law Tribune Bethany Appleby
John Doroghazi

8.11.2015Can You Patent Software and Business Methods in the U.S.? How Did We Get Here and Where Do We Now Stand?The Federal Circuit Bar Journal, Volume 24, Number 4  Abraham Kasdan

7.24.2015Unilateral Price Policies in the Contact Lens Industry: Can Manufacturers Be Forced to Sell to Every Retailer?Bloomberg BNA Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report Erika Amarante
Robert Langer
Adam Farbiarz

6.30.2015Changing the GuardABA Forum on Franchising Franchise Law Journal Bethany Appleby

6.15.2015To Fly or Not to Fly? The Current Landscape for Civilian Unmanned Aircraft TerraLex Connections Kevin Smith
Carolina Ventura

6.1.2015Is a 5-4 Ruling Really Enough to Undo Laws?The National Law Journal Aaron Bayer

6.1.2015The Rules of the Game Have Changed in Patent LitigationNew York Law Journal, Complex Litigation Section Joseph Casino

5.11.2015Practical Considerations for Unifying Medical StaffsConnecticut Law Tribune Rebecca Matthews
Diane Cooper

5.11.2015Bystander Emotional Distress Claims Permitted in Med-Mal SuitsConnecticut Law Tribune Jeffrey Babbin

5.11.2015Ruling Restricts Ability to Challenge Medicaid RatesConnecticut Law Tribune Kim Rinehart
Maureen Weaver

5.11.2015Mitigating the Risks of Medical Technology SecurityConnecticut Law Tribune Kevin Smith
James Craven

5.8.2015North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners v. FTC - What Hath the Supreme Court Wrought?Antitrust & Trade Regulation Report, Bloomberg BNA Robert Langer

5.3.2015Life After Termination – Ensuring a Smooth TransitionInternational Franchise Association 48th Annual Legal Symposium Bethany Appleby
John Haraldson and Karen C. Marchiano

4.27.2015The NLRB's New Work Rules GuidanceConnecticut Law Tribune Peter Lefeber
John Zandy
Caroline Park

4.20.2015Patent Litigation Reform on the Horizon?Connecticut Law Tribune Joseph Casino
Michael Kasdan

4.1.2015Article HoundsABA Forum on Franchising Franchise Law Journal Bethany Appleby

3.20.2015To Fly or Not to Fly? The Current Landscape for Civilian Unmanned AircraftIADC Committee Newsletter, Transportation, March 2015 Kevin Smith

3.19.2015Stolen Cultural Property: A Risk Management PrimerThe Legal Guide for Museum Professionals, Rowman and Littlefield David Hall
Ivana Greco

3.16.2015US State Supreme Court Expands Potential Negligence Liability for HIPAA Violations TerraLex Connection Michelle DeBarge
Jody Erdfarb

3.16.2015U.S. Regulation of the Use and Export of Unmanned Aerial Systems TerraLex Connections David Hall
Benjamin Daniels
Daniel Goren

3.1.2015De-Risking: FinCEN Has Your Cake and Eats it TooAmerican Bar Association Business Law Section White-Collar Crime Committee Newsletter, Winter 2015 David Hall
Matthew Nettleton

2.23.2015How Fair Are Appellate Panel Selections?The National Law Journal Aaron Bayer

2.19.2015The $750 Million Comma? Texas Supreme Court Rules BP Is Not Entitled to Coverage for the Gulf Oil Spill as an Additional Insured Under Policies Issued to Transocean.Insurance Ltiigation Reporter, Vol. 37, No. 2 Joseph Grasso
Michael Menapace
Charles Platto

2.16.2015An Exhausting Question for InsurersConnecticut Law Tribune Michael Thompson

2.15.2015Treaters and Prescribers: To Sue or Not to SueIADC Drug, Device and Biotechnology Committee Newsletter, February 2015 Alan Schwartz

2.9.2015The Gift of 'Newman'New York Law Journal Robert Hoff
Richard Levan
Ivana Greco

2.2.2015Build Estate Plans with Commercial Real Estate InterestsEstate Planning, Vol. 42, No. 2 Daniel Daniels
David Kesner

2.1.20152014's Top Second Circuit Decisions from ConnecticutConnecticut Lawyer, Vol. 25, No. 6 Jenny Chou
James Glasser

1.26.2015An Aggressive Stance on Settlement Agreement ProvisionsConnecticut Law Tribune, Employment and Immigration Law Special Section Mary Gambardella
Christine Wachter

1.15.2015Forum Membership and Being the First to KnowABA Forum on Franchising Franchise Law Journal Bethany Appleby

1.12.2015'Bond': Defining the Limits of Federal Police PowerNew York Law Journal, Special Litigation Section David Hall
Ivana Greco

1.2.2015A Call to Action: Janet D. Steiger Fellowship Project Seeks 2015 ApplicantsABA Section of Antitrust Law, State Enforcement Committee Newsletter, Vol. VII, No. 3 Robert Langer
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