Pullman & Comley is Pleased to Announce the “Connecticut Health Law Blog”

health-care-law-gavelPullman & Comley is pleased to welcome the “Connecticut Health Law Blog” to our Health Care practice. Earlier this month, the attorneys from the former Jeffers Cowherd law firm joined Pullman & Comley and brought with them their blog focusing on the legal developments affecting hospitals, physician groups, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, as well as other health care providers and suppliers.  Stephen Cowherd and Margaret Bartiromo will continue to write and will be joined by the other attorneys in our Health Care practice, each of whom brings individual experience and perspective to their writing. Throughout the years, our clients have benefitted from our ability to work together as a team, bringing our collective knowledge together to deliver thoughtful legal analysis.  We anticipate that the “Connecticut Health Law Blog” will continue to do the same.

We are very excited about this new Pullman & Comley blog and hope that you enjoy the valuable information that our team will provide for you. We do not want this blog to be a one-way street; please feel free to comment and ask questions for our team to answer.  We look forward to receiving your feedback.

-- Collin P. Baron, Chair, Pullman & Comley, LLC’s Health Care Practice.

This blog/web site presents general information only. The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice, and you should not consider or rely on it as such. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation. This website is not an offer to represent you. You should not act, or refrain from acting, based upon any information at this website. Neither our presentation of such information nor your receipt of it creates nor will create an attorney-client relationship with any reader of this blog. Any links from another site to the blog are beyond the control of Pullman & Comley, LLC and do not convey their approval, support or any relationship to any site or organization. Any description of a result obtained for a client in the past is not intended to be, and is not, a guarantee or promise the firm can or will achieve a similar outcome.

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