Events & Programs
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Pullman & Comley Litigation Attorney Jonathan A. Kaplan participated in a panel entitled "The Impact of the New Evidence Rules on Workers' Compensation Cases," presented by the Workers Compensation Section of the Connecticut Bar Association.
The program covered the new evidence rules with a focus on social media, and provided instruction on how to introduce social media and other surveillance evidence into proceedings. The panelists also discussed and analyzed fact patterns presenting the ethical issues at stake when dealing with evidence.
Friday, March 8
9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
CBA Law Center
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Navigating the ADA, FMLA and Worker's Compensation Maze
Social Media Evidence
Conflict Management in the Workplace
Construction Law: Advanced Issues and Answers
The Impact of Opioids in the Workplace: updating your drug free workplace and drug testing
Connecticut's Energy Strategy and Its Impact on the Water Industry
Law practice in the 21st century is subject to a growing number of ethical and regulatory requirements.
overview of Federal and State law impacting the legalized sale and distribution of marijuana along the eastern seaboard. Presenters will provide information about current State law initiatives and regulations in PA, NY, CT, MA, RI and ME in order to provide the audience with the common trends affecting this growing industry. The speakers will then focus on actual difficulties faced on behalf of clients in their efforts to get approval and permits to operate the cultivation and distribution facilities in these jurisdictions and highlight the obstacles caused by the reactions of municipalities and residents to these proposed facilities. A portion of the presentation will focus on the economic impacts of the industry and projections regarding growth.
How to Get Your Social Media, Email and Text Evidence Admitted (and Keep Theirs Out)
Pullman & Comley School Law attorneys, Michael McKeon and Mark Sommaruga presented on " Section 504 in Connecticut: Vital Information to Protect Your School District: " This seminar provided an overview of Section 504 regulations and recent case law, issues that may affect K-12 school district compliance, and other essential information for schools.
SEMINAR: Late Life Divorce and Divorce with Litigants of Diminished Capacity
Judge Lynda B. Munro (Ret.), a member of Pullman & Comley’s ADR Practice focusing on the resolution of family disputes, will participate in a panel discussion hosted by the Elder Law Committee and Family Law Committee of the Fairfield County Bar Association.
Pullman & Comley's Family Law practice chair Attorney Campbell Barrett will moderate a panel of distinguished judges for a National Business Institute Judicial Forum, “As Judges See It: Top Mistakes Attorneys Make in Family Court.”
Attorney Michael A. Kurs was a panelist for a workshop on the Americans With Disabilities Act on at the 2015 Annual Conference of the National Legal Aid & Defender Association in New Orleans. The title of his presentation was “A University, A Disability Accommodations Claim and a Federal Court Lawsuit: Some Lessons and Observations.”
November 7, 2015
Sheraton New Orleans
For more information on the NLADA and the conference, please click here.
Campbell Barrett, chair of Pullman & Comley’s Family Law practice, participated in a panel that explored these issues and examined opinions about presumptions of joint legal custody, and whether constitutional issues arise if one party is awarded primary or sole legal custody.
Property Tax and Valuation practice co-chair Gregory F. Servodidio spoke at the CBIA’s 2015 Property Tax & Fixed Asset Workshop, covering the significant property tax law changes made by Connecticut’s General Assembly this year.