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  • Connecticut Bar Journal (Volume 92, Number 2)
    Contents 2018 Connecticut Appellate Review 88 By Wesley W. Horton and Kenneth J. Bartschi Professional Responsibility Review 2017 110 By Brendon P. Levesque and Hon. Kimberly A. Knox 2017 Developments in Connecticut Estate and Probate Law 154 By Jeffrey A. Cooper and John R. Ivimey CONNECTICUT BAR JOURNAL Volume 92 No. 2 30 Bank St New Britain, CT 06051 Visit ctbar.org
  • The Freedom of Information Act and Its Exceptions.pdf
    THE fREEDOM Of INfORMATION ACT AND ITS EXCEPTIONS By MARTIN B. BuRkE* The freedom of Information Act expresses a strong leg- islative policy in favor of the open conduct of government and free public access to government records. The legislature finds and declares that…the people do not yield their sovereignty to the agencies …
  • Tort Developments in 2017.pdf
    TORT DEVELOPMENTS IN 2017 By JAMES E. WILDES* There never seems to be a dearth of tort decisions and this past year was no exception. The volume of decisions necessarily precludes a discussion of all cases. Some deci- sions are discussed in depth, while other decisions are only briefly touched upon. Some areas of the law are repr…
  • Connecticut Bar Journal (Volume 91, Number 4).pdf
    Contents Tort Developments in 2017 304 By James E. Wildes The Freedom of Information Act and Its Exceptions 350 By Martin B. Burke CONNECTICUT BAR JOURNAL Volume 91 No. 4 30 Bank St New Britain, CT 06051 Visit ctbar.org C O N N E C T IC U T B A R JO U R N A L …
  • Connecticut Bar Journal (Volume 91, Number 4)
    Contents Tort Developments in 2017 304 By James E. Wildes The Freedom of Information Act and Its Exceptions 350 By Martin B. Burke CONNECTICUT BAR JOURNAL Volume 91 No. 4 30 Bank St New Britain, CT 06051 Visit ctbar.org C O N N E C T IC U T B A R JO U R N A L V O L . 91 N O . 4, P P 304-374 Contents Tort Developments in 2017 304 By James E. Wildes
  • 2017 Survey of Connecticut Tax Law Developments.pdf
    CT Bar Journal All articles are subject to modification prior to official publication in the full issue of the Connecticut Bar Journal. In the event of discrepancies between the electronic version of an article and the final version of an issue, the latest full issue version is to be considered author…
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  • CBJ_2017 Tort Review_06-19-18.pdf
    CT Bar Journal All articles are subject to modification prior to official publication in the full issue of the Connecticut Bar Journal. In the event of discrepancies between the electronic version of an article and the final version of an issue, the latest full issue version is to be considered author…
  • Connecticut Bar Journal Board of Editor
    Livia D. Barndollar, Westport David L. Belt, Milford Frank S. Berall, Hartford Samuel L. Braunstein, Fairfield Carl T. Gulliver, New Haven Ernest M. Lorimer, Stamford Linda L. Morkan, Hartford Peter W. Schroth, Hartford Margaret Sheahan, Stratford| Jack G. Steigelfest, Hartford Amy E. Todisco, Fairfield Robert J. Yamin, Danbury
  • 2016 Survey of Connecticut Tax Law Developments.pdf
    2016 SURVEY OF CONNECTICUT TAX LAW DEVELOPMENTS BY ALAN E. LIEBERMAN AND LOUIS B. SCHATZ* Coming off a tumultuous year in 2015, which involved significant tax increases, the Governor generally remained true to his pledge in 2016 not to increase Connecticut taxes, although action taken to reduce state grants, PILOT pay- ments and …
  • Book Review: Connecticut Legal Ethics & Malpractice, 3d Ed..pdf
    Connecticut Legal Ethics & Malpractice, 3d Ed. — Mark A. Dubois & James F. Sullivan, Connecticut Law Tribune, a division of ALM Media Properties, LLC, New York, NY, 2016. 397 pages. “No attorney practices without making mistakes.”1 The background and experience of Mark Dubois and James Sullivan, authors of Connecticut Legal Ethics &…
  • CBJ Vol 90 No. 4.pdf
    Contents The Connecticut Uniform Power of Attorney Act 292 By Lois G. Andrews 2016 Survey of Connecticut Tax Law Developments 324 By Alan E. Lieberman and Louis B. Schatz Survey of Developments in Insurance Coverage Law for 2014–2016 355 By Edward J. Stein, Cort T. Malone, Ryan M. Suerth and Melissa A. Federico CONNEC…
  • Survey of Developments in Insurance Coverage Law for 2014-2016.pdf
    SURVEY OF DEVELOPMENTS IN INSURANCE COVERAGE LAW FOR 2014–2016 BY EDWARD J. STEIN, CORT T. MALONE, RYAN M. SUERTH AND MELISSA A. FEDERICO* Connecticut courts considered numerous insurance cov- erage and other insurance-related issues in 2014, 2015 and 2016. The Connecticut Supreme Court addressed both cov- erage and non-coverage-…
  • CBJ Vol 90 No 2 Final.pdf
    Contents Business Litigation: 2015 in Review 93 By William J. O’Sullivan Recent Developments in Elder Law – Selected Cases and Legislation 2016 112 By Carmine Perri and Brendan F. Daly Survey of Developments in Labor and Employment Law 141 By Jeffrey J. Mirman Book Review: The Burger Court and the Rise of the Judicial Righ…
  • Business Litigation: 2016 In Review.pdf
    BUSINESS LITIGATION: 2016 IN REVIEW BY WILLIAM J. O’SULLIVAN* In 2016, Connecticut’s appellate courts decided numerous business cases involving the issue of who can sue whom: who has standing to bring suit, who can be sued and in what capacity. The year also featured two significant Appellate Court decisions in which substantial…
  • Business Litigation: 2015 in Review.pdf
    BUSINESS LITIGATION: 2015 IN REVIEW By WILLIAm J. O’SULLIVAN* In 2015, Connecticut’s appellate courts decided a number of noteworthy cases in the realms of business torts, foreclo- sure, contract, and construction law. Those courts also decided cases that addressed liability, remedies and defenses pertinent to business cases. Fo…
  • 2017 Connecticut Appellate Review.pdf
    2017 CONNECTICUT APPELLATE REVIEW WEsLEy W. HORTON ANd KENNETH J. BARTsCHI* I. sUPREmE COURT We have occasionally wondered if newspaper publishers, having determined that not much happened yesterday, were ever tempted to run the headline “Not much Happened yesterday.” Well, that’s the way we feel about the decisio…
  • A Survey of Criminal Law Opinions.pdf
    A SURVEY OF CRIMINAL LAW OPINIONS BY TEJAS BHATT* Criminal law cases make up a significant portion of the docket of our Supreme and Appellate Courts. This article surveys the criminal law opinions issued by those courts to answer the question: what do criminal law practitioners need to know about the opinions issued by the Connec…
  • Survey of 2016 Developments in Labor and Employment Law.pdf
    SURVEy OF 2016 DEVELOPMENTS IN LABOR AND EMPLOyMENT LAW By JEFFREy J. MIRMAN* Since the last survey there has been a substantial increase in the number of cases filed claiming discrimina- tion or failing to pay wages. For example, employment charges filed with the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities increase…
  • Professional Responsibility Review 2016.pdf
    PROFEssIONAL REsPONsIBILITy REVIEW 2016 By BRENdON P. LEVEsQUE* ANd HON. KImBERLy A. KNOX** Carlson was charged with stealing a mercedes Benz, and after a long trial, the jury acquitted him. Later that day Carlson came back to the judge who had presided at the hearing. “your honor,” he said, “I wanna get out a warrant…

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