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March 2nd, 2010

Nanotechnology: A New Force For Human Betterment - Part I

Abstract:
The Editor interviews John R. Bashaw , Partner in the New Haven office, William S. Rogers Jr., Partner in the Boston office and Joseph Clark , Counsel in the Florham Park, New Jersey office of Day Pitney LLP.

Editor: Where do you see the role of your firm in supplying legal skills and know-how as this new industry takes off?

Bashaw: There are projections that this industry will be a $1 trillion global industry by 2015. Nanotechnology promises to trigger a second industrial revolution because it permeates so many different types of industries. You could name just about any industry out there and it is going to have some kind of a nanotechnology component.

In light of this, it is an industry where our firm can have a positive impact. With offices from Washington to Boston, we are located within some of the hot spots for industrial applications of nanotech.

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