IN THE NEWS: John F. Stafstrom Jr. Named One of 2012 "Dozen Who Made a Difference" by Connecticut Law Tribune
Pullman & Comley attorney John F. Stafstrom was named one of the "Dozen Who Made a Difference" in 2012 by the Connecticut Law Tribune. John, chair of the firm's Public Finance Department, was cited for his role in completing the $291 million financing plan to bring Jackson Laboratory's genome research facility to the University of Connecticut School of Medicine. In addition, John was noted for encouraging development in Bridgeport through a mixed use commercial development project in Bridgeport Harbor, his work with the newly created Connecticut Airport Authority, and other projects throughout the state.
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