By Bill Chapman
Learn about this year's legislative session.
CBA at the American Museum of Tort Law: An Interview with Jan Schlichtmann
By Eric Hard
The opening of the country's first law museum, the American Museum of Tort Law in Winsted, has raised the profile of this area of the law to the public through nationally-known advocates. The second interview in this three-part series on lawyer advocates is with trial lawyer Jan Schlichtmann.
Frederick Law Olmsted, the Civil War, and Abraham Lincoln
By Hon. Henry S. Cohn
Frederick Law Olmsted, known as the "father of American Landscape architecture," was born in Hartford, had lifelong ties to Connecticut. This article is about a lesser-known period in Olmsted's life, 1861-1863, when he was the general secretary of the United States Sanitary Commission, the predecessor of the American Red Cross.
Don't Throw the Baby Out with the Bath Water: Remedies to Keep an LLC Alive
By Anthony R. Minchella and Robert Pattillo
This article discusses Connecticut's current Limited Liability Act and advises two solutions on how to keep an LLC alive and resolve the underlying problem in a dissolution action.
Litigation Funding: Ethical Considerations for the Plaintiff's Lawyer
By David P. Atkins and Marcy Tench Stovall
This article addresses some of the ethical concerns a lawyer should consider in connection with funding arrangements between a litigation client and a third party funder.