Monthly Archives: July 2018

SERVICE ANIMALS: A Follow Up Regarding Delta’s Pit Bull Ban

Previously, I wrote a blog regarding Service Animals and the rules surrounding them. On June 20, 2018, Delta announced a ban on all “pit bull type” service and support dogs effective July 10, 2018. (Read Full Announcement Here) Airlines are not only subject to the federal service animal codes, but also the federal Dept of… Read More »

RUNNING BAMBOO – A Potential Liability for Connecticut Homeowners

“Running bamboo” is a specific type of bamboo plant which has a tendency to spread well beyond where it was originally planted. Running bamboo is sold and planted in Connecticut as an ornamental garden plant and due to its rapid growth and spreading properties, frequently used as a hedge or border plant.  Unfortunately, the properties… Read More »


In the recent decision, Janus v. AFSCME, Council 31, et al, the United States Supreme Court ruled that it is unconstitutional for state and public-sector unions to deduct agency fees or any other payments to the union from a nonmember’s wages without their consent. The basis for the Court’s decision is that it is a… Read More »


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