- Municipal & State Government
|University ||University of Connecticut, B.S., Pharmacy, cum laude with distinction, 1979; Rensselaer at Hartford, M.B.A., cum laude, 1992|
|Law School||University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D., 1998|
Connecticut Bar Association - Utility Section
Connecticut Pharmaceutical Association -
|Born||Waterbury, Connecticut, April 12, 1956|
Alan Curto practices in the areas of administrative and regulatory law. He has represented clients before administrative agencies including the State of Connecticut Departments of Transportation, Consumer Protection and Insurance. He has also practiced before the Department of Public Utility Control (now the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority; PURA) and the Connecticut Siting Council within PURA where he participated in matters including electricity deregulation, utility mergers, and the licensing and siting of utility facilities including 345kV transmission lines. He has also represented municipalities and individuals in judicial appeals of administrative decisions. Alan has also represented commercial and public entities in the negotiation of retail electric and gas supply purchase contracts. He has also represented clients before the Connecticut Siting Council on matters relating to the siting of new transmission lines.
Prior to entering law school, Alan was a practicing pharmacist and the owner of a successful pharmacy business. He continues to maintain his pharmacy license and follow current trends in the pharmacy and pharmaceutical industries.
He is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association's Utility Section. He is also on the Legislative Committee of the Connecticut Pharmaceutical Association and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Pharmacists' Charitable Foundation.
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|Reported Cases||Representative Matter: Represented a private landowner in an appeal of the location of the siting of a cell tower; was successful in having the tower moved to the alternate site.Represents a statewide solid waste authority with respect to transactional, regulatory, legislative and corporate compliance issues.Represented municipalities with respect to the siting of 330 kV transmission lines; was successful in obtaining a bypass from the planned route to protect a residential area in one impacted municipality.Represented a municipality with respect to the lease of a city-owned utility subway to a provider of telecommunications services.Represented an owner of multi-unit residential properties with respect to natural gas service issues. H & S Drafts Solid Waste Delivery Agreements; Halloran & Sage counseled a quasi-public entity in the negotiation and documentation of solid waste delivery agreements with various regional waste haulers. The contracts were designed so that the client's operational needs would be met and that the client's financial position would be protected.H & S Creates and Documents Complex Contractual Mechanisms for Association of Public Utilities; Halloran & Sage represented an association of public utilities in the preparation of an agreement governing the relationship among the association's members. The H & S team, consisting of partners Peter Boucher, James Maher and Alan Curto and associate Casey O'Connell, drafted an agreement from scratch that created numerous and complex contractual mechanisms to ensure that the interests of each of the various public utilities were adequately addressed with respect to a wide range of financing and governance issues. Halloran & Sage's extensive experience in the areas of contract preparation, municipal law, corporate governance, and regulatory matters were all drawn upon to complete the matter within the agreed-upon timeframe and budget.H & S Counsels Client in Drafting of Operations & Maintenance Agreements; Halloran & Sage drafted operations and maintenance agreements for a quasi-public agency with respect to numerous sites within its state-wide network of facilities. The agreements were uniquely tailored to reflect the client's status within the applicable governmental and regulatory framework and to conform to the specific and varied operational needs of each facility.H & S Assists Quasi-Public Entity in Producing Waste Management Services Agreement; Halloran & Sage created the contractual mechanisms through which a quasi-public agency was able to provide waste management services to various Connecticut municipalities. The contracts were tailored to ensure that the client's unique waste processing requirements were met and that appropriate governmental and regulatory requirements were addressed while also providing for the client's operational needs.|
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