Between Stephen Reynolds’ early career as an associate at Day Pitney and returning to the firm as a partner, Reynolds explored a career path that might have looked unusual to some, but gave him a unique skill set to bring to the firm’s government enforcement and white-collar criminal defense practice.

Reynolds began his career at Day Berry & Howard, now Day Pitney, in the late 1990s as an associate, but when Stefan Underhill, one of the firm’s partners at the time, was appointed a U.S. District Court judge in Connecticut, Reynolds and another associate, David Robinson, grabbed the opportunity.