Halloran Sage donated $1,000 in toys for the 13th annual Tons of Toys celebration hosted by the Hartford Young Professionals & Entrepreneurs (HYPE). All efforts combined resulted in a collection of over 1,700 toys, which were delivered to the East Hartford YMCA. The event was attended by over 225 young professionals.
Every holiday season, HYPE comes together to collect toys for a local children’s organization. In the past few years HYPE members have donated over 10,000 toys to support The Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford. This cocktail reception features live music, great food, Santa, and more.
On December 6, the CBA Workers’ Compensation Section hosted a retirement celebration for Commissioner Nancy E. Salerno at the La Bella Vista in Waterbury. More than 300 section members, workers’ compensation commissioners and attorneys, claim representatives, family, friends, and colleagues celebrated and thanked Commissioner Salerno for her 15 years of service to the commission.
The CBA Workers’ Compensation Section aims to organize 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.
Serving as a leader of the Connecticut Bar Association can be a highly rewarding experience. We are currently looking to fill the positions of vice president, secretary, treasurer, and assistant secretary-treasurer for the 2019-2020 bar year.
Proposed names should be e-mailed to the Nominating Committee Chair Karen DeMeola, at email@example.com or sent in an envelope marked “CONFIDENTIAL” to the Connecticut Bar Association, 30 Bank St, New Britain, CT 06051 by December 31, 2018.
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
After over a year of construction, the revitalization of the roads outside of the CBA Law Center is complete. New Britain Mayor Erin Stewart unveiled a new roundabout and rededicated the Leo A. Milewski Park on October 29.
The completion of this construction, which included the extension of street and sidewalk enhancements along Bank Street and Columbus Boulevard, the addition of the roundabout, the redirection of bus traffic from Bank Street to Columbus Boulevard, and the restoration and relocation of the sculpture, designed by Olaf Zeidenberg, were part of phase four of New Britain’s Complete Streets Masterplan. The plan focused on safety improvements and beautification work as part of New Britain’s ongoing efforts to make the downtown more attractive to developers and businesses while also enhancing the quality of life for residents.
The park, located directly outside of the CBA Law Center, was named in honor of Leo A. Milewski, a commissioner on the city’s Board of Water in the 1950s and the chairman of the city’s Redevelopment Commission in the 1960s, as a homage to his dedication to moving New Britain forward and contributions to the community. The nearby statue was designed by Olaf Zeidenberg and repurposed as the focal point of the new roundabout.
“Today, we reflect on the spirit that Leo Milewski and Olaf Zeidenberg felt as they were inspired to transform our community nearly half a century ago. One did it through the splendor of art, the other through the tireless planning and execution of a vision for a more vibrant New Britain,” stated Mayor Erin Stewart.
On October 4, the New Haven County Bar Association held their 111th Annual Dinner at Anthony’s Ocean View in New Haven. During the event, CBA Past President William H. Clendenen, Jr. received the Yale Sappern Civility Award, and George E. O’Brien, Jr. received the Lifetime Achievement Award.
William H. Clendenen, Jr. is a past president of the CBA (2015-2016) and a member of the Committee on Human Trafficking, Federal Judicial Committee, and Nominating Committee. Attorney Clendenen is founder and principal of Clendenen & Shea LLC in New Haven.
George E. O’Brien, Jr. is a member of the Labor & Employment Law Section and its executive committee. Attorney O’Brien is a shareholder of Littler Mendelson PC in New Haven.
Yale Sappern Civility Award
William H. Clendenen, Jr.
Lifetime Achievement Award
George E. O’Brien, Jr.