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Ms. Veisblatt represents clients in all aspects and stages of matrimonial litigation, including appeals, trials, emergent applications, plenary hearings, custody trials, domestic violence hearings, pre and post judgment applications, motions, early settlement panels, economic mediations, intensive settlement conferences, case management conferences and uncontested hearings. She also handles complex matrimonial matters, which involve the engagement of variety of experts, including forensic accountants, employability experts, real estate and personalty appraisers, and custody and alcohol evaluators. In addition,...
Carmine is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association Elder Law Section and a member of the Connecticut Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (N.A.E.L.A). For the sixth year in a row, Carmine was selected as a New England Elder Law “Rising Star” by New England Super Lawyers magazine.
In 2011, Carmine was appointed to the Probate Court Rules Advisory Committee. The Committee drafted new rules and revised existing rules...
In 2002, the National Law Journal recognized John’s nearly $43 million verdict (in Miami Cigar v. UST, et al., a business fraud case) as among the top 100 verdicts in the nation that year. In 2004, John did it again, with his $30 million verdict in a breach of contract case, Basic Capital Management Inc. v. Dynex Commercial, Inc.
Hailing from St. Louis, MO, John was born on March 21, 1965. Attending prep school at...
A small sample of his experience includes work on behalf of individuals in estate planning, probate and administration, will contests, contractor disputes, insurance claim disputes, real estate transactions and litigation (adverse possession).
Andrew's representation also includes small & large businesses, real estate developers, contractors, national banks, creditors, insurance companies, representing them in transactions, foreclosures, litigation, collection actions, bankruptcies, and receiverships. Andrew is also a Rhode Island Court appointed Receiver and a Certified Mediator.
For over 2 decades, MITCHELL LLOYD FELDMAN, ESQ., has been a civil litigator, who has worked on the defense and the plaintiff side of cases. Over the last 10 years, Mr. Feldman has focused his practice representing employees and individuals in personal injury, workers' comp and employment claims. Mr. Feldman’s bench and jury trial experience includes cases involving the following: Wage and hour claims, personal injuries and automobile accidents, workers’ compensation, Employment Contracts and Whistleblower Actions, and one criminal case. Mr. Feldman has handled...
Mr. Frandsen has tried nearly 100 civil jury trials in state and federal courts, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He has pursued or defended appeals in over forty cases in state and federal courts. In three cases he has persuaded the Indiana Supreme Court to reverse...
Before starting his own law practice in New Hartford, Connecticut, Skip spent a number of years in the banking and finance industry, serving as associate counsel with Hartford National Bank, and then for 10 years, as counsel and subsequently senior vice president with a subsidiary of Barclays Bank PLC.
Skip’s father served as a probate judge for 23 years. In true “apple falling from the tree” fashion, Skip succeeded his father as probate judge for the district of New...
Patrick is licensed to practice law in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Florida, and has appeared in courts in each of these states to represent the interests of his clients.
An honors graduate of LSU law school, the recipient of a Master of Business Administration and a former manager at a non-profit in New York...
Ned has served on multiple trial teams, secured favorable decisions from multiple state and federal trial courts, and served in leadership roles in several multi-district litigations and class actions, including:
- Co-Lead of Narrative Committee; discovery and law & briefing committees, In Re: Zofran (Ondansetron)...
Orem, UT 84097
University of Kansas School of Law
Outside the office, Aaron enjoys biking, golf, Kansas basketball, hunting in the Rocky Mountains, catching a good baetis hatch, reading books on startups and marketing, and mauling his kids, and Pudelpointers.
Core Practice Areas:
Business Formations and Startups
Complex Business Litigation
John’s recent litigation success includes settlements in the cases of Hales v. Schulze for $1.5 million, Weaver v. Chamberlin for $1 million, and Albino...
Upon graduating from law school, Jeremy was offered a judicial clerkship with the Honorable George C. Metoyer, Jr. at the 9th Judicial District Court in Alexandria. During his judicial clerkship, Jeremy performed extensive research on civil cases that came before Judge Metoyer, including the largest class action and toxic tort lawsuit filed in Rapides Parish history (Cynthia Paige, et al v. Dura-Wood, L.L.C., et al). While...
Ryan has handled numerous six, seven, and eight figure cases to successful resolution or verdict. Ryan’s recent litigation success includes the following verdicts and settlements: a settlement in the case of D.L. v. HMS Construction, Inc. et al. for $21.5 million; a jury verdict in the case of Rittger v. The Cliffs et. al. for $6.7 million; a settlement in the case...
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