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Buyers Beware! Read the Fine Print in Your Distributor’s Forms

Words in contracts almost always mean something, especially in distributorship agreements, invoices and purchase orders. The thing is, you never really find out what they …

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Missed the Filing Deadline for Attorney’s Fees: No Worries (Well, Maybe Some)

When does a prevailing party have to apply for an award of attorney’s fees in Connecticut state court? Lawyers received an answer from the Connecticut …

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Saving Money Down the Road By Appealing the Unemployment Decision: Part Four of Our Series

THE NEXT STEP – APPEAL We talked last time about the hearing that takes place to determine if an employee should receive unemployment benefits. You …

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You Have a Hearing. Now What? Part Three of Unemployment Basics

UNEMPLOYMENT HEARINGS We’ve been writing lately about the unemployment benefit process in Connecticut.  You can catch up on prior posts here and here.  The process is pretty informal, …

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I Fired an Employee. Should I Fight Unemployment? Part Two of Unemployment Basics

Continuing our series to help employers understand the unemployment process, (catch up by reading this post) we now talk about circumstances when employees should not receive …

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Employer Basics for Unemployment Compensation in Connecticut – Part One

BASICS OF UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION: Part One We often find that businesses we represent could benefit from a basic understanding of Connecticut’s unemployment compensation system. Understanding …

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Do Trump’s Confidentiality Agreements Trump the First Amendment?

Yes, I cannot resist. Trump is all over the news so why not our blog? A thought crossed my mind. Presumably most, if not all, …

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Expelling a Member From Your Limited Liability Company

We’ve talked before about the new LLC Act in Connecticut (which goes into effect in July 2017) here and here.  The new Act will have a provision allowing …

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My Son Wants to Go To Law School

It’s Friday evening, and I don’t much feel like blogging about law. Rather, I’d like to talk about my oldest son, Anthony. He is now …

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Contractual Choice of Law Doesn’t Mean Connecticut Law Always Applies

All lawyers should include basic provisions in contracts for their clients. One basic provision designates or chooses the state’s law that applies. If your client …

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