Casey O'Connell practices in the areas of business and commercial law, finance, and real estate, representing clients in a wide range of transactional matters.
Casey devotes most of his practice to documenting and closing business transactions, and has experience formulating contractual mechanisms to facilitate the organization, financing, operation and sale of corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies. He also has experience counseling quasi-public entities on contractual and other matters. Additionally, he advises lenders and borrowers in the documentation and execution of secured and unsecured loans and credit arrangements and advises employers in the creation of employment agreements and non-compete agreements.
Prior to joining Halloran & Sage, Casey served as the managing editor of the Western New England Law Review and completed internships with the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut and the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Massachusetts.
Before entering law school, Casey was the director of media relations for the New England Patriots, handling the organization's written media communications materials and helping to create and implement public relations strategies.
H & S Executes Founders' Business Exit Plan Through Stock Sale
H & S Negotiates, Documents and Closes Restructuring of Joint Venture
H & S Drafts Solid Waste Delivery Agreements
Firm Leads Company's Negotiation and Documentation of Strategic Alliance Agreement
Manufacturer Represented in Stock Transactions; Key Corporate Governance Issues Resolved
Regional Bank Represented in Loan Facilities for CT Family-Owned Business
Incentive-Based Compensation Programs Formed for Asset Investment Management Firm
Manufacturing Company Represented in Asset Sale
Business Entity Restructured after Dissolution and Merger
Large Regional Bank Represented in Loan Facilities to CT Property Manager/Developer
H & S Helps Sales Finance Company Position Itself for Continued Growth
H & S Creates and Documents Complex Contractual Mechanisms for Association of Public Utilities
Regional Communications Firm Closes Private Equity Placement
H & S Helps Local Software Firm Raise Capital
H & S Helps Client Recover Its Losses After Asset Sale Default
Multifaceted Health Care Development and Construction Deal Negotiated, Documented, and Closed
Fairfield County Startup Assisted in Strategic Manufacturing, Advertising and Consulting Arrangements
H & S Counsels Client in Drafting of Operations & Maintenance Agreements
H & S Assists Quasi-Public Entity in Producing Waste Management Services Agreement
H & S Handles Sale of Connecticut Real Property for Large Multinational Firm
Dodd-Frank's Ability-To-Repay Rule Promulgated by Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
New England Real Estate Journal, 02/15/2013
American Bar Association