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I recently had the opportunity to interview State Senate Candidate George Colli. George is running to represent Connecticut’s 7th Senatorial District (Somers, Enfield, Suffield, Windsor Locks, Windsor, East Granby, and Granby). This is a law blog and not a political blog but there’s...
Posting on this site has taken a back seat for me in recent weeks. I’m busy at work. I’ve also been busy working to improve the content on this site. It’s necessary to take a step away in order to … Continue reading →Posting on this site has taken a back seat for me in...
Lawyers and litigants alike beware of parking near Hartford’s courts. Meters have long been aggressively checked in the area. Recently, I got a ticket for not being parked within 12 inches of the curb. There’s no way that’s correct. None. … Continue reading →Lawyers...
A few months ago, the CT Judicial Branch started publishing superior court decisions on its website. To find a ruling, you simply need to search for the name of the case on the Judicial Branch website. Rulings on motions and cases … Continue reading →A few months ago, the CT Judicial...
Last night was fun. I was part of a panel discussion with some of my favorite law bloggers: Irene Olszewski, Dan Schwartz, Adrian Baron, and Dan Fitzgerald. Really great company. The event was very well attended. Listening to the other … Continue reading →Last night was fun. I was part...
When tax questions come up in my practice, I tell clients “we need to meet with Lou the accountant.” That’s as far as I go into tax land. My friend, Kelley C. Miller loves tax law. For as long as … Continue reading →When tax questions come up in my practice, I tell...
Tonight, I’m part of a panel of awesome panelists discussing law blogging. The event is free and will take place at the offices of Pullman and Comley in Hartford from 5:30 to 7:30. I’m also working on an article for … Continue reading →Tonight, I’m part of a panel of...
I’ve tried writing this post for the past week. Tried. On February 25, 2012, I lost a colleague, friend, and mentor. After a long and courageous battle with cancer, Bill Leone died early Saturday morning. I’ve worked at Leone, Throwe, … Continue reading →I’ve tried...
I’m proud to announce that “A Connecticut Law Blog” has a sibling. “Connecticut. Runner. Lawyer.” was born last week. I’m excited to have a space devoted to exploring running. I’m passionate about the practice of law. I’m passionate about running....
Very sad to learn that Judge Brian Griffin passed away today. Judge Griffin represented the very best of our profession. He was a competent judge with a compassionate heart. He listened and was kind to all who appeared before him. … Continue reading →Very sad to learn that Judge Brian...