Elliott B. Pollack is a member of the firm’s Property Tax and Valuation Department. He has litigated or settled several billion dollars of ad valorem and eminent domain property valuation cases.
Elliott is a member of the Corporate Advisory Committee of the International Property Tax Institute. His articles on valuation topics have appeared in numerous publications such as the Institute for Professionals in Taxation newsletter, Connecticut Assessoreporter and real estate magazines. He co-authors the Connecticut chapter in the American Bar Association Property Tax Deskbook and the Connecticut chapter of the Eminent Domain Compendium with members of the firm’s Property Valuation Department. He frequently speaks before bar associations, professional, industry and trade groups.
American Bar Association
Connecticut Bar Association
Hartford County Bar Association
Connecticut Association of Assessing Officers
International Property Tax Institute
Legal Committee of the International Association of Assessing Officers
Building Owners and Managers Association
The Hartford Dispensary - former vice president, board of directors and former president
Bushnell Park Foundation - board member
Greater Hartford Legal Aid Foundation - past president
University of Connecticut School of Law - adjunct faculty member
Honors & Recognitions
Received the highest peer review rating by Martindale-Hubbell (AV)
Listed in Chambers USA, America's Leading Lawyers to Businesses, 2011-2016
Selected to the Connecticut Super Lawyers list
Named 2017 "Member of the Year" by Building Owners and Managers Association/Greater Hartford Chapter
News & Insights
Pullman's Property Tax and Valuation practice helps its business clients obtain equitable property tax assessments on their real estate holdings throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts.
Pullman & Comley’s Property Tax and Valuation practice continued its regional expansion with the opening of the Springfield, Massachusetts office in 2019.
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Bar and Court Admissions
- U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
- U.S. Supreme Court
- Law clerk to former Associate Justice Howard W. Alcorn of the Connecticut Supreme Court
Columbia Law School, LL.B.
Columbia College, A.B.