Monthly Archives: April 2019

(INHERENTLY) RISKY BUSINESS

Whether you are throwing axes, skiing, snowboarding or attending a party where 7 year olds are permitted, and actually encouraged to play with bricks (I wish I were kidding, but this is a real thing), you may have been required to sign a release. But do these releases completely shield businesses from liability under all… Read More »

WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR AN “ABLE” ACCOUNT?

ABLE accounts (“Achieving a Better Life Experience”) allow an individual, who was disabled prior to age 26, to set up an account which allows the funds to grow tax-deferred and which will not be counted as an asset for public benefits the disabled person may be receiving as a result of their disability. One of… Read More »

ENFORCEMENT OF AUTOMATIC RENEWAL CLAUSES IN CONNECTICUT CONTRACTS

Many individuals are not aware that in Connecticut there are various laws designed to protect a consumer from the enforcement of certain contract terms. One situation where a consumer may face a risk from the enforcement of unreasonable contract terms is regarding automatic contract renewals. Often a consumer will agree to a contract for a… Read More »

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