The November/December Issue of Connecticut Lawyer is now available!
The Importance of Complying with the Spirit of the Law
By Elizabeth C. Yen
Sitting on the Bench, Part II: Adventures in Connecticut Courthouses
By Hon. Carl J. Schuman
Five Apps for Attorney
By Scott A. Carta
When in Doubt of the Assessment, Look to the Market
By James Stedronsky
Tzedakah House LLC, a CBA-preferred provider of insurance broker services, will host a lunch and learn on Wednesday, November 7 at the CBA Law Center in New Britain to review individual insurance options available in marketplace (non-Medicare) for 2019. Learn the factors to consider when selecting a plan for yourself, your family, and your firm.
On September 20, the CBA Workers’ Compensation Section sponsored a retirement dinner for Commissioner John A. Mastropietro at La Bella Vista in Waterbury. Section members, workers’ compensation attorneys, claim representatives, family, friends, and colleagues joined together to wish the commissioner well in future endeavors.
The CBA Workers’ Compensation Section aims to organize the members of the CBA who are workers’ compensation practitioners and to educate all members of the bar from all sides at all levels of expertise as to workers’ compensation law. Furthermore, this section attempts to provide services to organizations other than the CBA when those organizations are involved in the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation system.
Interested in joining the section? You can join the Workers’ Compensation Section at any time throughout the bar year.
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If you are interested in remaining on your committee or possibly joining another, please fill out a Committee Selection Request Form by Thursday, May 31, 2018. If you have any questions about the form, or the process, contact Carol DeJohn at (860)612-2000 or email@example.com.
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Civics Education Committee
Connecticut Bar Journal Board of Editors
Connecticut Lawyer Advisory Committee
Diversity and Inclusion Committee
Immigration Law Committee
Medical Marijuana Committee
Municipal Law Committee
Privacy and Data Security Committee
Pro Bono Committee
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