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PANEL: Employment-Related Issues with Substance Abuse in the Workforce: A Legal Perspective (10/04/17)
PANEL: Big Data: Looking Under the Hood and Into the World (9/18/17)
SEMINAR: Finance and Research Tools to Unlock the Potential for Development Projects in Connecticut: Tax Increment Financing and New Market Tax Credits (9/13/17)
PRESS RELEASE: Monte E. Frank Selected to Serve on NCBP Executive Council (9/07/17)
Attracting Israeli Companies to Connecticut Soil
Our firm has been a driving force in Connecticut's efforts to attract Israeli companies over the past five years through our relationships with The Connecticut Economic Resource Center and The University of Connecticut. One example is our client; H2OFarm, an Israeli company specializing in automated factory greenhouses using hydroponics technology.
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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