Monthly Archives: January 2019

WHAT IS “COTTAGE FOOD,” AND IS IT ALLOWED IN CONNECTICUT

You may have never heard of the term “cottage food,” but I am sure you have heard of a home-based business.  Cottage food is the term now applied to the idea of using your home kitchen to make food products for sale to the public.  Many people have culinary skills, and want to start their… Read More »

DRIVING- A COMMON SENSE APPROACH

Every one of us has been on a multi lane roadway or limited access highway in low to moderate traffic and had someone enter the highway from an entrance ramp and make a bee line to the far left lane; whether it is two, three or even four lanes they need to cross, they need… Read More »

FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS ACT (FTCA)

A large part of my practice involves bringing claims and lawsuits for damages on behalf of those injured by the negligent conduct of another, but what happens when the negligent party is an employee of the federal government? Early in my legal career I represented a veteran who claimed injuries due to the misdiagnosis of… Read More »

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