Category Archives: Municipal Law and Litigation

SLIPS, TRIPS & FALLS

“Did you fall at your place or somebody else’s”? This line from “My Cousin Vinny” is sure to bring chuckles every time it is uttered. Vincent LaGuardia Gambini, a fictional character played by Joe Pesci in the hit movie asks an obviously injured man in a neck brace if the fall that caused his injury… Read More »

JUST HOW PERSONAL ARE PUBLIC SECTOR PERSONNEL FILES ANYWAY?

Teachers and administrators well know that personal information about themselves is regularly acquired by school districts and sequestered in file cabinets or desk drawers within the environs of the superintendent’s office. Letters, memos, and other papers, including emails and faxes, may be stored in these “confidential” files and potentially be utilized in decision-making concerning a… Read More »

PROPERTY TAX ASSESSMENTS & APPEALS IN CT

The deadline within which to file an appeal to the Board of Assessment Appeals is quickly approaching and, for this calendar year, must be received on or before February 17th.**  If an application for appeal is not filed with the Board of Assessment Appeals on or before February 17th, then you may lose your right… Read More »

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