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SOCIAL MEDIA IN THE WORKPLACE

The advent of social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, has blurred the sometimes tenuous line between employees’ professional and private lives. Employers are still trying to figure out how to deal with their employees’ use of social media, both when their social media posts mention or relate to their employment and when they… Read More »

PURCHASING OR SELLING A HOUSE IN CT – Part 1: Overview of Offer

Buying or selling a home is usually the single largest transaction a person will make, and a consumer should be informed and educated about the process.  There are many professionals involved in each real estate closing, including the real estate agent, the loan officer or mortgage broker, the inspector and the closing attorney, among others. … Read More »

INJURED BY A DRUNK DRIVER? DRAM.

Many states, including Connecticut have enacted so called Dram Shop Laws. A Dram Shop is an establishment that sells liquor for consumption on the premises, such as a bar or restaurant. The Dram Shop Laws are designed to provide monetary recovery for those injured as a result of the actions of intoxicated individuals if those… Read More »

WHY YOU NEED RENTER’S INSURANCE

How-Much-Apartment-Can-You-Afford Many of you either currently rent, or will rent property, at some point during your lifetime.  One consideration often overlooked by someone who rents is renter’s insurance.  Many times, people will overlook renter’s insurance because they either do not consider their personal property to have much value, or they feel that it is simply… Read More »

WHY YOU NEED A WILL

Attorneys are often asked by clients if they need a Last Will and Testament, even when all their assets are owned in survivorship with another or have a designated beneficiary who will receive the assets upon the death of the owner. There are good reasons to have a Will as discussed below. The only assets… Read More »

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