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SEMINAR: LLCs 2.0: Member Disputes & Drafting Tips to Avoid Them (3/23/18)
SEMINAR: The Challenge of Achieving Meaningful Diversity and Inclusion in the Legal Profession (3/21/18)
SEMINAR: Cyber Risk, Liability, and Insurance (1/31/18)
SEMINAR: Hot Topics Legal Workshop focusing on Transgender Students and "Unsocial" Media (1/24/18)
Improving Access to Health Care in Connecticut
Pullman & Comley's attorneys have represented Optimus Health Care for nearly ten years and serve as its corporate general counsel providing advice on health care issues including: regulatory matters such as fraud and abuse, Medicare and Medicaid billing, privacy and security of patient health information; corporate governance; professional service and employment agreements with physicians and other providers.
Attorney Elizabeth J. Austin Successfully Defends University in “Tuition Clawback” Suit
Attorney Elizabeth J. Austin, chair of Pullman & Comley's Bankruptcy, Creditor's Rights and Financial Restructuring Practice, was quoted in The Wall Street Journal article, "College May Keep Tuition Money Paid by Bankrupt Parents" regarding her recent success in defending a private Connecticut university.
Michael E. Riley, Connecticut Superior Court Judge (Ret.) Joins Firm
Michael E. Riley, who retired from the Connecticut Superior Court after 13 years of service, has joined Pullman & Comley as a member of the Alternative Dispute Resolution practice.
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