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Visiting Attorneys Beware: Court Revokes NY Attorney’s Pro Hac Vice Status

Like most states’ rules, the Connecticut Practice Book allows attorneys admitted to practice law in other states (but not Connecticut) to represent a client in …

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Connecticut Expands Home Improvement Act to Include Restoration and Remediation Contractors

Connecticut’s general assembly found time to add to the list of the types of contractors that must comply with the Home Improvement Act.  As of …

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Divorce Lawyers Pay Attention! Assignment of LLC Interests In Asset Division

The Connecticut Supreme Court just held that a spouse who receives by assignment the other spouse’s interests in an LLC, may not get much after …

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Paging Doctor Smith! You Are Free to Practice Around the State!

Listen up doctors! Physicians and physician practices who are currently negotiating employment agreements, partnership agreements or otherwise joining a practice need to be aware of …

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Change is Good: Applause for the (Almost) New Connecticut LLC Act Part One

Connecticut is closer to adopting the Uniform Limited Liability Act, and that’s good news.  You can follow the bill (HD 5259) here.  Connecticut’s current LLC act has …

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Have You Considered Using Legalzoom? Arbitration May Be In Your Future

By now, you’ve heard of Legalzoom.  Bob Shapiro, one of O.J. Simpson’s former attorneys, co-founded the business which provides an array of legal services to individuals …

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Member of an LLC and Being Treated Poorly? New LLC Law May Have a Solution For You: Part Two

Whenever someone is referred to us because they are in a dispute with a member of their LLC or another shareholder of a corporation, the …

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Scrambled Eggs and Punitive Damages in Employee Restrictive Covenant Litigation

Businesses now have a good case to support recovery of attorney’s fees just for scrambling to court to keep a former employee from violating a …

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And the Home Improvement Contractor Wins!!

Home improvement contractors can get a bad rap. And just like lawyers, its mostly undeserved. Contractors are regulated by the state Department of Consumer Protection and governed …

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Get Out the Magnifying Glass to Read the Fine Print

Read the fine print.  Everyone has heard that saying. I know it takes time, and who has time these days? Liquidated damages provisions are some …

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