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Law Alert: Recent Connecticut Supreme Court Decision Demonstrates Importance of "End of Representation" Terms in Engagement Agreements

In its recent decision in Flannery v. Singer Asset Finance Co., LLC, 312 Conn. 286 (2014), the Connecticut Supreme Court provided a perfect illustration of how important it is for a law firm to have in place a mechanism for…more

Client Services, Contract Interpretation, Engagement Letters, Statute of Limitations

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Bankruptcy Beat: Bankruptcy Court Finds Debt To Third Party To Be A Non-Dischargable Debt Incurred In Connection With a Divorce

Bankruptcy Judge Albert Dabrowski was faced with a unique set of circumstances arising as a result of the intersection of a state court divorce action and a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case. In the matter of Corrine Sawyer v. Scott…more

Bankruptcy Code, Chapter 7, Consumer Bankruptcy, Debtors, Divorce

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Alert: Estate Planning for Digital Assets

Do you have a personal laptop computer, iPad, iPhone or other personal electronic device requiring an access password? Who, besides you, has that information? If something happens to you, how will your information be…more

Digital Assets, Estate Planning, Mobile Devices, Passwords

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Senate Bill No. 35: An Act Concerning Notice of Acquisitions, Joint Ventures and Affiliations of Group Medical Practices

At the end of the Connecticut General Assembly’s 2014 Regular Session, "An Act Concerning Notice of Acquisitions, Joint Ventures and Affiliations of Group Medical Practices" (the "Act") was passed and is awaiting the Governor's…more

Compliance, Healthcare, Healthcare Reform, Joint Venture, Physicians

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Cyber Law Tracker: Protecting Cyber Networks Act Introduced by House Intelligence Committee

On March 24, 2015, members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, including Connecticut Congressman Jim Himes, the Ranking Member of the Cybersecurity Subcommittee, issued statements commenting on the…more

Cybersecurity, Legislative Committees, Pending Legislation, Popular

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Alert: The Importance of Beneficiary Designations

Who really benefits? You may be surprised! If you participate in a 401(k) or other retirement plan, have one or more IRA accounts, or life insurance policies, you need to designate beneficiaries to receive the benefits or…more

401k, Beneficiary Designations, Death Benefits, IRA, Life Insurance

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Alert: The Importance of Beneficiary Designations

Who really benefits? You may be surprised! If you participate in a 401(k) or other retirement plan, have one or more IRA accounts, or life insurance policies, you need to designate beneficiaries to receive the benefits or…more

401k, Beneficiary Designations, Death Benefits, IRA, Life Insurance

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Recent Colorado Supreme Court Decision on Medical Marijuana Highlights Risks Facing Employers in Connecticut Who Seek to Enforce Drug Free Workplace Policies

As many of our clients know, we frequently train and counsel employers on the implications of Connecticut’s medical marijuana law in the workplace. Although medical marijuana use remains illegal under federal law, Connecticut’s…more

ADA, CO Supreme Court, Coats v Dish Network, Controlled Substances, Employment Policies

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Alert: Important Personal Property Assessment Ruling

Many Connecticut clients of the Pullman & Comley Property Tax Valuation Department own significant amounts of taxable personal property such as fixtures and furnishings, warehouse equipment and computer systems in addition to…more

Depreciation, Personal Property Tax, Property Tax, Property Valuation

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CT Law of the Land

Week of September 23 - Limits of relief possible for Intervenor under CGS 22a-19 - In Hunter Ridge LLC v. Planning & Zoning Commission Connecticut’s Supreme Court considered whether injunctive relief was available to…more

Appeals, Conflicts of Interest, CT Supreme Court, Department of Environmental Management, Enforcement Officers

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Ignore Social Media at Your Own Risk

There’s no question that the advent of social media has changed the way we communicate. However, the use of social media raises a number of legal issues and potential liabilities of which every organization should be…more

Confidential Information, Copyright, Employer Liability Issues, Healthcare, Medical Malpractice

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Displaying the Flag

During July 4th, and other National holidays, many people display the American Flag outside their homes in honor of the holiday. Our flag symbolizes and unifies us as a nation, and displaying it where we live is a way of…more

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Post-Friedrichs, The Agency Fee Ground Is Still Shaking Mightily, But For A Different Reason

Agency fee contract provisions in collective bargaining agreements that require public sector bargaining unit employees, as a condition of employment, to pay the union for the cost of contract administration, grievance…more

Board of Education, Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBA), Compensation, Friedrichs v CA Teachers Association, Public Sector

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Alert: 340B Self-Audits: The Best Defense Is A Good Defense

Federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) participating in the 340B Drug Pricing Program (the “340B Program”) are subject to audits by Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) and the drug manufacturers who…more

Anti-Kickback Statute, Audits, Drug Pricing, FQHC, HRSA

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The Case For Smart Easements

Practically speaking, from a landowner’s perspective there are two types of easements, otherwise known as rights to use another person’s property. The first are those that I’ll call “beneficial easements.” These benefit the…more

Easements, Real Estate Market

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Alert: The Importance of Beneficiary Designations

Who really benefits? You may be surprised! If you participate in a 401(k) or other retirement plan, have one or more IRA accounts, or life insurance policies, you need to designate beneficiaries to receive the benefits or…more

401k, Beneficiary Designations, Death Benefits, IRA, Life Insurance

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Alert: Marijuana Convictions Could Be Erased Under New Ruling

The Connecticut Supreme Court has just unanimously ruled that individuals convicted of possessing less than one-half an ounce of marijuana are now entitled to petition the Superior Court to have that record of conviction erased…more

Criminal Records, Expungement, Marijuana

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More Lawsuits This Holiday Season?

Employers are acutely aware of the legal pitfalls that come with the holiday season. Office parties and alcohol are a potent recipe for bad judgment, and that bad judgment leads to harassment charges and lawsuits. Another…more

ADA, Adverse Employment Action, Bonuses, Department of Education, Disability Discrimination

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2016 Will be the Year for Business Growth, Start-Ups and Entrepreneurship

A New Year always brings with it the opportunity to wipe the slate clean, reflect back on the past year that was and look forward to the next. Looking back, there have been many seeds sown by the Business Law Section of the…more

Early Stage Companies, Entrepreneurs, Innovation, Small Business, Social Entrepreneurship

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CT Law of the Land

Week of September 23 - Limits of relief possible for Intervenor under CGS 22a-19 - In Hunter Ridge LLC v. Planning & Zoning Commission Connecticut’s Supreme Court considered whether injunctive relief was available to…more

Appeals, Conflicts of Interest, CT Supreme Court, Department of Environmental Management, Enforcement Officers

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Bankruptcy Beat: Another Tool in the Toolbox of Bankruptcy Trustees and Debtors in Possession: The Pre-Judgment Asset-Freeze Injunction

In a decision handed down on January 4, 2016, a New York Bankruptcy Court issued a preliminary injunction preventing the transfer of any assets of the Defendant in an adversary proceeding in which a turnover of monies, along…more

Asset Freeze, Chapter 11, Commercial Bankruptcy, Preliminary Injunctions, Transfer of Assets

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Bankruptcy Beat: The Second Circuit Establishes a Binding Standard For Lien Extinguishment Under a Plan of Reorganization

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals recently issued an opinion, City of Concord, N.H. v. N. New England Tel. Operations, LLC (In re N. New England Tel. Operations LLC), 795 F.3d 343 (2d Cir. 2015), addressing an issue of first…more

Bankruptcy Code, Chapter 11, Corporate Counsel, Debtors, Liens

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Alert: Policy Revisions Due to New Laws

This Alert is intended to give a general explanation of 2014 legislative enactments of the Connecticut General Assembly that may impact your board of education policies. For more detailed and individualized assistance with…more

Board of Education, New Legislation, Public Schools, State and Local Government

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With the Latest Workplace Violence, Is It Time To Review Your Workplace Safety Policies?

The travesty of the latest workplace violence – a shooting on September 23, 2014 at UPS’s Birmingham Alabama facility and the beheading at a Vaughan Foods plant in Oklahoma – is a reminder that all employers must be vigilant to…more

Best Management Practices, Employer Liability Issues, Employment Policies, Risk Assessment, Risk Management

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The Federal Victim-Witness Act

If you or someone you know has been the victim of a crime, or if you have been called to testify before a federal grand jury or trial, you may have questions about what you can expect as a case works its way through the system. …more

Crime Victims, Testimony, Witness

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New Haven Firefighters Sue Over Overtime Miscalculation

On September 1, 2015, a total of 174 current and former firefighters filed a lawsuit against the City of New Haven (the “City”) seeking, among other things, back pay, liquidated damages, interest and attorney’s fees. The…more

Bad Faith, Damages, Firemen, FLSA, Municipalities

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Alert: Gas Station Owners: State to Pursue Claims of MTBE Contamination

Over a decade ago, Connecticut, like much of the country, had concerns over groundwater contamination from gasoline containing the additive MTBE. Although much of the country had let the issue of MTBE contamination fall by the…more

Automotive Industry, Contamination, Groundwater, Injunctive Relief, Oil & Gas

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Bankruptcy Beat: Decision Approves Cramdown of Secured Creditors in Chapter 11 With Sub-Market Interest Rate And Disallows Lender's Make-Whole Premium

On May 4, 2015, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York affirmed the controversial and widely discussed decision of the Bankruptcy Court in In re MPM Silicones, LLC, 2014 WL 4436335 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. Sept…more

Accelerated Payments, Bankruptcy Court, Chapter 11, Commercial Bankruptcy, Cramdown

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Alert: The Importance of Beneficiary Designations

Who really benefits? You may be surprised! If you participate in a 401(k) or other retirement plan, have one or more IRA accounts, or life insurance policies, you need to designate beneficiaries to receive the benefits or…more

401k, Beneficiary Designations, Death Benefits, IRA, Life Insurance

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Deleted E-Mails? What Happens to the CCJEF Litigation Now?

This one should be pretty obvious, but for the record, it’s never a good idea to destroy potential evidence. For better or worse, however, it looks like the possible destruction of evidence will now be the focal point of…more

Destruction of Evidence, Email, Evidence, Public Schools, Spoliation

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Alert: Gas Station Owners: State to Pursue Claims of MTBE Contamination

Over a decade ago, Connecticut, like much of the country, had concerns over groundwater contamination from gasoline containing the additive MTBE. Although much of the country had let the issue of MTBE contamination fall by the…more

Automotive Industry, Contamination, Groundwater, Injunctive Relief, Oil & Gas

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May Vermont Apply Its Health Care Database Law to the Third-Party Administrator for a Self-Insured ERISA Plan?

Vermont requires all public and private entities that pay for health care services provided to its residents to supply data to its "all-payer database." The requirements apply to insurers and third-party administrators, among…more

Data Collection, Databases, Employer Group Health Plans, ERISA, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company

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Alert: The Importance of Beneficiary Designations

Who really benefits? You may be surprised! If you participate in a 401(k) or other retirement plan, have one or more IRA accounts, or life insurance policies, you need to designate beneficiaries to receive the benefits or…more

401k, Beneficiary Designations, Death Benefits, IRA, Life Insurance

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The Proper Response When an Employer Learns That an Absence Might Be Protected By FMLA

Regulations enforcing the state and federal Family and Medical Leave Acts (note: FMLA is applicable to employers with at least 50 employees) require an employee to give 30 days’ advance notice when the need for leave is…more

FMLA, Medical Leave

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Cyber Law Tracker: Privacy Victory in Europe: EU’s Highest Court Requires Google® To Comply With An Individual’s Demand “To Be Forgotten.”

The European Union's highest court has issued a landmark ruling: henceforth, individuals may influence what information search engines display about them. Before Tuesday's ruling, search engines such as Yahoo®, Google®, or…more

Bing, EU, First Amendment, Google, Internet

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Senate Bill No. 35: An Act Concerning Notice of Acquisitions, Joint Ventures and Affiliations of Group Medical Practices

At the end of the Connecticut General Assembly’s 2014 Regular Session, "An Act Concerning Notice of Acquisitions, Joint Ventures and Affiliations of Group Medical Practices" (the "Act") was passed and is awaiting the Governor's…more

Compliance, Healthcare, Healthcare Reform, Joint Venture, Physicians

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Alert: Marijuana Convictions Could Be Erased Under New Ruling

The Connecticut Supreme Court has just unanimously ruled that individuals convicted of possessing less than one-half an ounce of marijuana are now entitled to petition the Superior Court to have that record of conviction erased…more

Criminal Records, Expungement, Marijuana

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Alert: Gas Station Owners: State to Pursue Claims of MTBE Contamination

Over a decade ago, Connecticut, like much of the country, had concerns over groundwater contamination from gasoline containing the additive MTBE. Although much of the country had let the issue of MTBE contamination fall by the…more

Automotive Industry, Contamination, Groundwater, Injunctive Relief, Oil & Gas

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Appellate Court Notes

Supreme Court Advance Release Opinions: SC19436 - Miller v. Appellate Court - When the appellant’s attorney kept missing deadlines and failed to comply with other Appellate Court rules in four pending appeals, one of…more

Alimony, Appeals, Attorney Misconduct, Contempt, CT Supreme Court

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Pinning It Down: Section 504 and Reasonable Accommodations in Kempf V. The Michigan High School Athletic Association

Less than two weeks after a deaf high school wrestler filed suit against Michigan’s governing body for interscholastic athletics, the parties voluntarily entered into a December 11, 2015 Consent Decree, thereby resolving Ellis…more

Disability Discrimination, Reasonable Accommodation, Rehabilitation Act, School Sports, Section 504

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Alternative Visa Strategies in The Aftermath of The Record-Breaking April 2015 H-1B Lottery

The United States Citizenship & Immigration Service announced yesterday that it received nearly 233,000 H-1B visa petitions in the first week of the application window for the 85,000 cap-subject visas available for fiscal year…more

Corporate Counsel, H-1B, Human Resources Professionals, Lottery, OPT

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Alert: Technology Contracts and Boilerplate Language: Be Aware of the Pitfalls

All contracts follow a similar pattern in their structure. They first contain an introduction (known as “Recitals”) that sets forth the purpose of the contract and the expectations of the parties in entering into the contract. …more

Boilerplate Language, Contract Terms, Technology Contracts

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Alert: The Importance of Beneficiary Designations

Who really benefits? You may be surprised! If you participate in a 401(k) or other retirement plan, have one or more IRA accounts, or life insurance policies, you need to designate beneficiaries to receive the benefits or…more

401k, Beneficiary Designations, Death Benefits, IRA, Life Insurance

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Alert: The Importance of Beneficiary Designations

Who really benefits? You may be surprised! If you participate in a 401(k) or other retirement plan, have one or more IRA accounts, or life insurance policies, you need to designate beneficiaries to receive the benefits or…more

401k, Beneficiary Designations, Death Benefits, IRA, Life Insurance

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Alert: Gas Station Owners: State to Pursue Claims of MTBE Contamination

Over a decade ago, Connecticut, like much of the country, had concerns over groundwater contamination from gasoline containing the additive MTBE. Although much of the country had let the issue of MTBE contamination fall by the…more

Automotive Industry, Contamination, Groundwater, Injunctive Relief, Oil & Gas

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Alert: What is MOLST and Do I Need It?

You may have heard about Connecticut’s pilot program for Medical Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (“MOLST”) and wondered what it is and whether it impacts your estate plan. Similar programs, such as Physician Orders for…more

Advance Directives, End-of-Life-Care, Hospitals, Living Will, Nursing Homes

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Employee Separation Agreements – A Refresher, Part Three

My first two posts on this topic have discussed provisions that must – under federal law, specifically the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act – be included in employee separation agreements if the employee’s release of…more

ADEA, Age Discrimination, Confidentiality Agreements, Hiring & Firing, Non-Disparagement Provisions

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Alert: The Importance of Beneficiary Designations

Who really benefits? You may be surprised! If you participate in a 401(k) or other retirement plan, have one or more IRA accounts, or life insurance policies, you need to designate beneficiaries to receive the benefits or…more

401k, Beneficiary Designations, Death Benefits, IRA, Life Insurance

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Alert: Gas Station Owners: State to Pursue Claims of MTBE Contamination

Over a decade ago, Connecticut, like much of the country, had concerns over groundwater contamination from gasoline containing the additive MTBE. Although much of the country had let the issue of MTBE contamination fall by the…more

Automotive Industry, Contamination, Groundwater, Injunctive Relief, Oil & Gas

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Alert: Important Personal Property Assessment Ruling

Many Connecticut clients of the Pullman & Comley Property Tax Valuation Department own significant amounts of taxable personal property such as fixtures and furnishings, warehouse equipment and computer systems in addition to…more

Depreciation, Personal Property Tax, Property Tax, Property Valuation

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Senate Bill No. 35: An Act Concerning Notice of Acquisitions, Joint Ventures and Affiliations of Group Medical Practices

At the end of the Connecticut General Assembly’s 2014 Regular Session, "An Act Concerning Notice of Acquisitions, Joint Ventures and Affiliations of Group Medical Practices" (the "Act") was passed and is awaiting the Governor's…more

Compliance, Healthcare, Healthcare Reform, Joint Venture, Physicians

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Play or Pay and Minimum Essential Coverage: What, When and How (Much)?

Beginning in 2014, the Affordable Care Act’s employer shared responsibility rules, the so called “play or pay” rules, impose penalties on an employer with more than 50 “full-time equivalent” employees (a large employer) if the…more

Affordable Care Act, Healthcare, Minimum Essential Coverage, Pay or Play, Penalties

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Restrictive Covenants – A Close Call Goes The Employer’s Way

A very recent federal court decision, A.H. Harris & Sons, Inc. v. Naso, 2015 WL 1420132 (D.Conn.), illustrates how judges weigh various facts when deciding to grant or deny a preliminary injunction in a restrictive covenant…more

Confidential Information, Confidentiality Agreements, No-Hire/No-Solicitation Agreements, Non-Compete Agreements, Non-Disclosure Agreement

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Cyber Law Tracker: Protecting Cyber Networks Act Introduced by House Intelligence Committee

On March 24, 2015, members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, including Connecticut Congressman Jim Himes, the Ranking Member of the Cybersecurity Subcommittee, issued statements commenting on the…more

Cybersecurity, Legislative Committees, Pending Legislation, Popular

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Cyber Law Tracker: President Obama Announces NSA Reforms

On January 17, 2014, President Obama announced broad reforms to the U.S. government’s practices with regard to the surveillance programs that have swept up massive amounts of phone records and related data…more

Barack Obama, NSA, Surveillance

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G.G. v. Gloucester County School Board – A Tipping Point on Transgender Student Access Issues?

Have we reached a judicial tipping point on transgender student bathroom and locker room access issues? Perhaps we have. On April 19, 2016, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals – the federal circuit court with jurisdiction…more

Gender Identity, Public Schools, School Restrooms, Title IX, Transgender

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Drafting Agendas: Three Reasons to be More Specific than “Attorney-Client Privileged Communication – Executive Session Anticipated”

One of the most regularly used reasons to enter executive session is to discuss a matter that would result in the disclosure of communications that are privileged by the attorney-client relationship. The agenda item often…more

Attorney-Client Privilege, Board Meetings, Board of Education, Confidential Information, FOIA

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Alert: Important Personal Property Assessment Ruling

Many Connecticut clients of the Pullman & Comley Property Tax Valuation Department own significant amounts of taxable personal property such as fixtures and furnishings, warehouse equipment and computer systems in addition to…more

Depreciation, Personal Property Tax, Property Tax, Property Valuation

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Fourth Circuit Court Of Appeals Holds That Gender Normed Physical Fitness Tests Do Not Run Afoul Of Title VII

As we are all aware, Title VII of the Civil Rights act of 1964 prohibits, among other things, discrimination in employment on the basis of sex. This prohibition extends not only to intentionally discriminatory conduct, but also…more

Corporate Counsel, Discrimination, Disparate Impact, FBI, Fitness

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Alert: Marijuana Convictions Could Be Erased Under New Ruling

The Connecticut Supreme Court has just unanimously ruled that individuals convicted of possessing less than one-half an ounce of marijuana are now entitled to petition the Superior Court to have that record of conviction erased…more

Criminal Records, Expungement, Marijuana

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Bankruptcy Law Update - December 2012

In this December 2012 Issue: - Second Circuit Decisions - Connecticut Bankruptcy Court Decisions The Second Circuit tackles the criminal exception to the automatic stay, administrative rent claims under a…more

Arbitration, Automatic Stay, Debtor-Creditor, Equitable Mootness, Leases

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Alert: CMS Issues Final Rule Guidance on Reporting and Returning Medicare Overpayments

On February 12, 2016, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued its final rule on the reporting and returning of overpayments by Medicare Part A and Part B providers and suppliers. (In May 2014 CMS had…more

CMS, Final Rules, Medicare Part A, Medicare Part B, Overpayment Recovery Time Limits

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Latest Developments from the Connecticut General Assembly: The Labor and Public Employees Committee Speaks: March 2016

The General Assembly’s Labor and Public Employees Committee was active before its March 17, 2016 deadline for approving bills, voting favorably and advancing many bills out of committee…more

Coaches, Disability Insurance, Fair Chance Act, General Assembly, Minimum Wage

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Alert: Important Personal Property Assessment Ruling

Many Connecticut clients of the Pullman & Comley Property Tax Valuation Department own significant amounts of taxable personal property such as fixtures and furnishings, warehouse equipment and computer systems in addition to…more

Depreciation, Personal Property Tax, Property Tax, Property Valuation

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Alert: The Importance of Beneficiary Designations

Who really benefits? You may be surprised! If you participate in a 401(k) or other retirement plan, have one or more IRA accounts, or life insurance policies, you need to designate beneficiaries to receive the benefits or…more

401k, Beneficiary Designations, Death Benefits, IRA, Life Insurance

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Alert: Gas Station Owners: State to Pursue Claims of MTBE Contamination

Over a decade ago, Connecticut, like much of the country, had concerns over groundwater contamination from gasoline containing the additive MTBE. Although much of the country had let the issue of MTBE contamination fall by the…more

Automotive Industry, Contamination, Groundwater, Injunctive Relief, Oil & Gas

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Law Alert: Recent Connecticut Supreme Court Decision Demonstrates Importance of "End of Representation" Terms in Engagement Agreements

In its recent decision in Flannery v. Singer Asset Finance Co., LLC, 312 Conn. 286 (2014), the Connecticut Supreme Court provided a perfect illustration of how important it is for a law firm to have in place a mechanism for…more

Client Services, Contract Interpretation, Engagement Letters, Statute of Limitations

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Alert: Health Plan Update on Out-of-Pocket Limitations

The Affordable Care Act (the “ACA”) established limitations on the annual out-of-pocket costs that a health plan may impose on a participant. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Labor and the…more

Affordable Care Act, DOL, Employer Group Health Plans, Health Insurance, Healthcare

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CT Law of the Land

AC36196 - Verrillo v. Zoning Board of Appeals - Attorneys who practice in the land-use arena know that there is often a divergence between how local Zoning Board of Appeals (“ZBAs”), comprised of lay members, view requests…more

Appeals, Burden of Proof, Undue Hardship, Variances, Zoning Laws

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Alert: Gas Station Owners: State to Pursue Claims of MTBE Contamination

Over a decade ago, Connecticut, like much of the country, had concerns over groundwater contamination from gasoline containing the additive MTBE. Although much of the country had let the issue of MTBE contamination fall by the…more

Automotive Industry, Contamination, Groundwater, Injunctive Relief, Oil & Gas

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Ignore Social Media at Your Own Risk

There’s no question that the advent of social media has changed the way we communicate. However, the use of social media raises a number of legal issues and potential liabilities of which every organization should be…more

Confidential Information, Copyright, Employer Liability Issues, Healthcare, Medical Malpractice

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