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SEMINAR: Tobacco Valley Development Forum (10/31/14)
SEMINAR: 2014 CBA Federal Tax Institute (10/24/14)
PRESS RELEASE: Retired Superior Court Judge Lynda B. Munro Joins Pullman & Comley's Alternative Dispute Resolution Practice (10/06/14)
PRESS RELEASE: Pullman & Comley Attorneys Recognized as 2015 "Best Lawyers in America" (9/04/14)
At The Forefront of Connecticut’s New Medical Marijuana Program
In January 2014, the Connecticut Consumer Protection Commissioner selected our client, Advanced Grow Labs, LLC, as one of four companies to produce medical marijuana in the state of Connecticut. Connecticut is the first state to institute a medical marijuana program based on a pharmaceutical/medical model requiring strict regulation over physician certification, production facility operations, and dispensary operations supervised by licensed pharmacists.
Residency and “Illegal Alien Status” Are Not Mutually Exclusive for School Accommodations: A Friendly Reminder From Washington D.C. and “Do’s and Don’ts”
It is worth remembering that when determining if someone is a resident of your school district, the fact that someone may not actually be a legal resident of this nation is irrelevant.
Retired Superior Court Judge Lynda B. Munro Joins Pullman & Comley's Alternative Dispute Resolution Practice
Lynda B. Munro, who retired from the Connecticut Superior Court in fall 2014 after 20 years of service, will focus on the resolution of family disputes, serving as a mediator, arbitrator, discovery master and private judge.
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