Read about how Pullman & Comley has helped clients address a range of legal challenges, expand their businesses and navigate the realities of today's marketplace.
Pullman & Comley has represented the developers of Great Pond Village on environmental and land use issues, helping turn this 670-acre brownfield site into a community that incorporates the “new urbanism” approach to planning, including walkable neighborhoods and a variety of housing types.
Pullman & Comley structured $192 million in forgivable loans and $99 million in grants on behalf of Connecticut Innovations (CI) and worked with intellectual property counsel for CI and UConn to structure intricate intellectual property and royalty-sharing arrangements to help bring Jackson Laboratories, a leader in genetics research, to Connecticut. Our real estate, environmental and land use attorneys handled all aspects of the transaction related to siting and the 98-year ground lease for the property on which the laboratory will be built.
Pullman & Comley structured and closed a $20 million New Market Tax Credit financing for Waterside School to support the construction of the new 37,000 square foot building in the Harbor Point area of Stamford.
Pullman & Comley successfully handled an arbitration that upheld the sovreignty of the U.S. Collegiate Archery Association (USCA) and affirmed its ability to use its selection procedures, a win for our client tha tled to a successful outcome for the U.S. archery team in the 2011 World University Summer Games in Shenzhen, China.
In 2011, we assisted a hospital in acquiring a large specialty practice, a transaction that involved assigning numerous contracts, leases and other agreements; negotiating management agreements; and ensuring that financial terms conformed to strict regulatory requirements.
Pullman & Comley is proud of our longstanding relationship with the Connecticut Public Affairs Network and the work we have done to help it grow into one of the state’s most active civic organizations.
Disputes over employee violations of non-compete agreements and disclosure of trade secrets have long been part of the litigation landscape. Over the last several years, however, Pullman & Comley has seen such cases increase in number and complexity, fueled by increasingly competitive markets where employee mobility has become routine.
Pullman & Comley represents PowerOptions, the leading energy buying consortium in Massachusetts, which consolidates the gas and electricity energy buying power of 500 colleges, universities, hospitals, museums and other nonprofits, as well as state and municipal facilities.
When the owner of a major office building in one of Connecticut's largest cities contacted Pullman & Comley’s property valuation attorneys to discuss an assessment appeal, we decided to protest the assessment even though it was four years old and a city-wide revaluation would be implemented on the next assessment date.
With the increased demand for energy efficiency and green buildings, New England Energy Management, Inc. (neem) has seen its business take off. The company turned to Pullman & Comley in 2010 to help address some of the challenges of its accelerating growth.
As a result of the recently closed deal, the investor will become a limited partner in the 27-time World Champion baseball team.
Pullman & Comley Attorney Nancy A. D. Hancock has worked closely with lia sophia® as the jewelry company continues to grow and expand into Canada and Europe.
In 2010, Pullman & Comley’s Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights practice helped the owners of Affinity Healthcare Management, which has skilled nursing facilities in the Greater Hartford area, emerge from bankruptcy without a change in ownership.
In 2010 we defended Magnetek, Inc., a publicly-traded manufacturer of digital power and motion control systems, against claims concerning contamination of one of its former facilities in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
In 2010, Pullman & Comley represented Wallingford-based InSite One in its sale to Dell, the health care industry’s leading provider of information technology services.