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  • Connecticut Lawyer Magazine - September/October 2019
    CT September | October 2019 LAWYER Volume 30 | Number 1 03Years Informing the Connecticut Legal Community for Submit Your Order Name: Firm/Organization: Street Address: (No PO Boxes, Please) Ste/Rm/Apt #: City: State: Zip: Person Ordering: Phone: E-mail: Method of Payment Check Visa MC AMEX Discover Car
  • Connecticut Lawyer Magazine - July/August 2019
    July/August 2019 Volume 29/Number 6 Dont Go It Alone... Renew Your Membership Today Renew online at ctbar.org/renew or call our Member Service Center at (844)469-2221. The CBA is the largest voluntary, nonprofit member services organization supporting legal professionals in Connecticut. With nearly 10,000 members, the CBA is dedicated to promoting public services and advancing the
  • Connecticut Lawyer Magazine - May/June 2019
    May/June 2019 Volume 29/Number 5 20 9 Renew Your Membership at the Connecticut Legal Conference and Be Automatically Entered to Win an Apple Watch!* * The prize is a 42mm Apple Watch 3 series. Those who renew before the conference are still eliglibe to win. See the CBA booth for more information. Your CBA membership includes: FREE 2-credit CLE seminars held across the state NE
  • 4 CT LAWMAG MarchApril2019 - Linked.pdf
    March/April 2019 Volume 29/Number 4 Plan Now to Thrive in Retirement A Lawyer’s Primer on Blockchain and Smart Contracts Divorce and Special Education Law Join Us as We Celebrate These Stars of Our Legal Community Thursday, April 11, 2019 5:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Aqua Tu…
  • Court Decisions | Highlights.pdf
    Visit www.ctbar.org36 Connecticut Lawyer March/April 2019 The following highlights are provided by the publishers of the Connecticut Law Reporter. For copies of these opinions or information about the reporting service, call (203)458-8000. All citations are to the weekly edition of the Connecticut Law Reporter. Hi…
  • Effective Mediation Advocacy: Focused Preparation.pdf
    Visit www.ctbar.org26 Connecticut Lawyer March/April 2019 n an era in which the number of cas-es that go to trial is in great decline,1 effective representation, more than ever, includes skillfully representing cli-ents throughout the mediation process. This can be achieved by focused prepara-tion for each stage of the proc…
  • Professional Discipline Digest.pdf
    Connecticut Lawyer March/April 2019 9 PRESENTMENT ORDERED BY AGREE-ment and ordered consolidated with an-other previously adjudicated pending matter for violation of Rules 3.3, 4.1, 4.3, and 8.1(2) of the Rules of Professional Conduct and Practice Book § 2-32(a)(1). Hart vs. Jeanmarie Riccio-Ryan, #17-0659 (5 pages). Attor…
  • News and Events.pdf
    Visit www.ctbar.org10 Connecticut Lawyer March/April 2019 CBA Past President Receives 2019 NCBP Fellows Award Congratulations to Frederic S. Ury, past president of both the Connecticut Bar Association (2004-2005) and the National Conference of Bar Presidents (NCBP) on receiving the 2019 NCBP Fellows Award during the Ame…
  • Divorce and Special Education Law: A Primer for Family Law Attorneys and Divorced Parents of a Child with a Disability.pdf
    Visit www.ctbar.org30 Connecticut Lawyer March/April 2019 Divorce and Special Education Law: A Primer for Family Law Attorneys and Divorced Parents of a Child with a Disability Although the United States divorce rate is falling,1 divorce rates run much higher for couples that have a child with special needs…
  • Time To Go Pro Bono | 5 Tips for Managing Your Pro Bono Workload.pdf
    Abraham Lincoln Influences Mark TwainTIME TO GO PRO BONO “PRO BONO” OR “PRO BONO PUBLICO,” IS A LATIN TERM THAT translates to “for the public good.” And while we all want to do what is good for the public, the question becomes: “How can we balance a healthy pro bono workload while still billing enough hours to sustain a healthy …
  • A Lawyer's Primer on Blockchain and Smart Contracts.pdf
    Visit www.ctbar.org22 Connecticut Lawyer March/April 2019 What Is a Blockchain?Essentially, a blockchain is a huge, global, decentralized ledger. A blockchain keeps track of who sent how many Bitcoin or Ether to whom, the exact time it was sent, and the balance on every single user’s account. All of these transactions/data …
  • Young Lawyers | Two Points for Honesty.pdf
    Visit www.ctbar.org38 Connecticut Lawyer March/April 2019 YOUNG LAWYERS David A. McGrath is the chair of the Con- necticut Bar Association Young Lawyers Section for the 2018-2019 bar year. He is a partner at Louden Katz & McGrath LLC in Hartford, where he handles divorce and custody litigation. He graduated with hon…
  • Plan Now to Thrive in Retirement.pdf
    Visit www.ctbar.org16 Connecticut Lawyer March/April 2019 PLAN NOW By Stewart I. Edelstein to Thrive in Retirement “ Retirement kills more people than hard work ever did.” – Malcolm Forbes “ If you don’t know where you’re going, you might not get there.” – Yogi Berra Connecticut Lawyer March/April …
  • Connecticut Lawyer Magazine - March/April 2019
    March/April 2019 Volume 29/Number 4 Plan Now to Thrive in Retirement A Lawyers Primer on Blockchain and Smart Contracts Divorce and Special Education Law Join Us as We Celebrate These Stars of Our Legal Community Thursday, April 11, 2019 5:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Aqua Turf Club This years stars include: Register Today! Visit ctbar.org/awards or call (844)469-2221. S
  • President's Message | Ask Not What You Can Do for the CBA, but What the CBA Can Do for You.pdf
    Visit www.ctbar.org6 Connecticut Lawyer March/April 2019 PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE Jonathan M. Shapiro is the 95th presi- dent of the CBA. He is a partner in the Shapiro Law Offices PC in Middletown, where he practices in corporate transac- tions, employment matters, and complex commercial and general litigation, as well a…
  • Supreme Deliberations | Graham v. Commissioner of Transportation, 330 Conn. 400 (2018): An Icy Bridge, Sovereign Immunity, and Legislative Acquiescence.pdf
    Visit www.ctbar.org34 Connecticut Lawyer March/April 2019 SUPREME DELIBERATIONS Graham v. Commissioner of Transportation, 330 Conn. 400 (2018): An Icy Bridge, Sovereign Immunity, and Legislative Acquiescence By Charles D. Ray and Matthew A. Weiner Charles D. Ray is a partner at McCarter & English LLP, in Hartf…
  • Young Lawyers | We're All In This Together.pdf
    Visit www.ctbar.org38 Connecticut Lawyer January/February 2019 YOUNG LAWYERS David A� McGrath is the chair of the Connecticut Bar Association Young Lawyers Section for the 2018-2019 bar year� He is a partner at Louden Katz & McGrath LLC in Hartford, where he handles divorce and custody litigation� He graduated wit…
  • Professional Discipline Digest.pdf
    Connecticut Lawyer January/February 2019 11 Presentment ordered for violation of Rules 1.15(b) and 8.1(2) and PB §§ 2-28(h) and 2-32(a)(1) when attorney failed to respond to overdraft notices and did not answer grievance complaint. Bowler v. Kenneth R. Davis, #17-0292 (5 pages). Presentment ordered by agreement for consol…
  • President's Message | The Rule of Law.pdf
    Visit www.ctbar.org4 Connecticut Lawyer January/February 2019 PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE Jonathan M� Shapiro is the 95th presi- dent of the CBA� He is a partner in the Shapiro Law Offices PC in Middle- town, where he practices in corporate transactions, employment matters, and complex commercial and general litigation, as …
  • The Rule of Law: How Do We Preserve It in the Modern Age?.pdf
    Visit www.ctbar.org12 Connecticut Lawyer January/February 2019 How Do We Preserve It in the Modern Age? It seems too often today we see the Rule of Law attacked and criticized. When a judge makes a decision that is unpopular, even if well-reasoned, it may be assailed as motivated by other factors. The media is criti…

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