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We have previously written about the dangers posed by wire fraud, especially as related to real estate closings (Read More Here). In spite of the passage of two years Read More
This most recent legislative session passed (modified) two more laws affecting gun owners. First is Public Act 19-5 which requires safe storage of firearms and allows schools to implement optional Read More
Anyone that has Medicare or has helped a Medicare recipient deal with their medical issues has probably been told that Medicare will only cover services if the patient is improving. Read More
A new law recently went into effect in Connecticut, effective July 1, 2019, which provides workers’ compensation benefits for certain mental or emotional impairments and mental health care for police Read More
You suffer an injury on the job, file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits, and coincidentally begin to notice subtle differences in the way your employer treats you. Then, in Read More
Legislative leaders gathered last week in what was originally intended to be an attempt to override one of Gov. Ned Lamont’s first vetoes of a proposed bill. The bill was intended Read More
In recent blogs we covered damages and distracted driving. Now, those topics come together with the passage of Substitute House Bill No. 7126, which amends section 14-295 of the Connecticut Read More
A new bill was signed into law just this week establishing a paid family and medical leave program for eligible employees in Connecticut [Public Act No. 19-25]. While most of Read More
June is Pride Month and an opportune time to talk about laws affecting the LGBTQ+ community. The purpose of Pride Month is to raise awareness and celebrate the progress reached thus Read More
Using an attorney to perform real estate closings is the norm in Connecticut, and many people assume that this is the case everywhere in the United States. However, in about Read More
Answer: It depends. Federal law still defines marijuana as a prohibited substance. However, in direct conflict with federal law, more and more states are legalizing medical use of marijuana, such as Read More
We are finally experiencing some warmer weather, and the rain seems to have stopped, which means that there will be more and more motorcyclists out on the road. It is Read More
Last year I wrote about the future in a blog dealing with autonomous vehicles and some of the challenges that come along with the emerging technology. As automakers and ride Read More
~Why did the mushroom get invited to all the parties? ~ Because he was a fungi.~ On Tuesday, May 7th, citizens of Denver, Colorado voted “yes” on an ordinance that decriminalizes Read More
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