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Filing a 2016 property tax appeal in the Town of Westport? The deadline is near

Ronald Kowalski February 8, 2016 New Home at Night

Property owners in Westport who saw a large increase in their municipal real estate tax assessment from an October 2015 revaluation are likely considering... Read More

How to Handle an Employment Discrimination Claim in Connecticut

Danielle Edwards February 4, 2016 EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION CLAIM

Discrimination Law for Employees and Employers In Connecticut, employees are protected by broad anti-discrimination laws that are known collectively as the Connecticut Fair Employment Practices Act... Read More

Bridgeport property tax appeal deadline means commercial property owners should act fast

Nicholas Vitti January 21, 2016 Bridgeport

  With a new municipal real estate tax assessment mailed out in January 2015, owners of real property in the City of Bridgeport may... Read More

Fairfield property owners, take heed: there won’t be an extension for filing a 2016 property tax appeal

Ronald Kowalski January 15, 2016 Fairfield 2016 Property Tax Appeal Deadline

Do you own property in the Town of Fairfield? New municipal real estate tax assessments were recently mailed out, and for those who are... Read More

Own property in Greenwich? Time is running short to file a 2016 property tax appeal.

Ronald Kowalski January 7, 2016 Greenwich Property Tax Appeal Deadline Nearing

Real property owners in the Town of Greenwich should by now have received a new municipal real estate tax assessment, mailed out in December... Read More

Greenwich Revaluation Notices in the Mail

Ronald Kowalski November 16, 2015 greenwich-reevaluation

Starting October 1st, the Town of Greenwich Assessor started mailing revaluation notices to owners of real property in Greenwich with the new real estate tax... Read More

Helpful Checklists for Commercial Leasing

Frank Baker October 30, 2015 real-estate-tenant

Always be thorough when drafting a commercial lease. Even experienced real estate lawyers often are not so specialized that they do only (for example)... Read More

Transit Oriented Development is shaping Connecticut’s Towns & Cities

Nicholas Vitti October 29, 2015 train

Everybody wants to live downtown! Transit Oriented Development or “TOD” is a land use concept that is picking up steam (pun intended) not only... Read More

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