Even the most law-abiding citizen may find the police on their doorstep. It may be a neighbor, a friend or a relative that has sparked an investigation. Rather than be taken by surprise, be prepared! Read on to learn more about your rights.
The legal area known as employment law can be a confusing one. Whether you are an employee or an employer, you should know the basic rules around areas like hiring, firing and sexual harassment. Below we cover some of the most common questions people have when it comes to legal issues in the workplace.
Contributed by Frank May, an attorney at Brown Paindiris & Scott LLP
We all approach medical care with optimism, but unfortunately mistakes can and do happen. If those medical mistakes leave in individual injured or cost a person their life, that person or his or her estate may be able to seek recourse through the Connecticut court system.
By John Maxwell
Timothy Keeney, an attorney with Brown, Paindiris & Scott, was recently presented with an award at the Connecticut Probate Judge's annual meeting. The award honored Keeney's eight years as the probate judge for North Central Connecticut. Keeney, pictured on the left, was presented with the award by Phil Wright, president of the Probate Assembly and judge for the Wallingford Probate Court.