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Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP 
Hartford, Connecticut Office
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20 Church Street
Hartford, Connecticut  06103-1221

(Hartford Co.)

Telephone: 860-725-6200
Fax: 860-278-3802

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About this office:

High quality, timely and responsive legal service with an ongoing dedication to close, personal client attention has defined Hinckley, Allen & Snyder's practice for over a century.

We are a regional law firm with over 100 lawyers based in five full-service offices in Boston, Providence, and Concord, NH and Hartford, CT. Our experience and resources offer clients throughout New England, as well as nationally and internationally, a full range of legal services.

Clients include several of the region's most progressive financial service institutions; publicly held corporations and emerging businesses, both domestic and foreign; privately owned businesses and partnerships; a number of the nation's largest real estate developers and construction companies; major hospitals and health care providers; non-profit organizations; colleges; state and local governments and agencies; public utilities; and individuals.

Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP today results from the combination of two well-known Providence based firms, Hinckley & Allen (founded in 1906) and Tobin & Silverstein (founded in 1917), the highly successful Boston firm of Snyder, Tepper & Comen (founded in 1947), and a significant group of lawyers from the respected Boston firm of Fine & Ambrogne.


Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Banking & Financial InstitutionsBankruptcy, Creditors' Rights & Workout
Commercial & Real Estate FinanceConstruction & Public Contracts
Corporate & BusinessGaming
HealthcareInsurance Coverage
Labor & EmploymentLitigation
Mergers & AcquisitionsMunicipal Restructuring / Chapter 9 Bankruptcy
Non-ProfitPublic Finance
Real EstateSecurities
Trusts & EstatesVenture Capital & Private Equity
White Collar Defense & Government Investigations

Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative Law; Antitrust; Banking Law; Bankruptcy; Business Law; Construction Law; Corporate Law; Employee Benefits; Executive Compensation; Energy; Environmental Law; Financial Services Law; Government Relations; Health Care; Immigration Law; Intellectual Property; International Law; Non-Profit; Labor And Employment; Litigation; Municipal Financing; Bonds; Patents; Personal Financial Planning; Real Estate; Securities; Tax Law; Technology Law; White-Collar Crime.

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Connecticut’s Supreme Court Clarifies Applicable Forfeiture Standards When Tenant Exercises Option to Purchase Leased Property
Noble F. Allen, July 31, 2014
Commercial leases often contain provisions that provide the tenant with an option to purchase the leased property upon the satisfaction of certain conditions. The issue of what constitutes the forfeiture of a tenant’s right to exercise an option to purchase a leased property was recently...

FATCA - The Time is Now: IRS Provides Limited Relief for Some Foreign Financial Institutions, But Many Will Need to Register by May 5
Daniel L. Gottfried, April 30, 2014
The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) was enacted as a component of the HIRE Act of 2010. Among other things, FATCA imposed a new 30% withholding tax with respect to certain payments made to any foreign financial institution (FFI), including a foreign bank, brokerage, or investment fund....

Recognizing the Difference between a Lease and a License in Connecticut
Noble F. Allen, March 10, 2014
Although the terms are often used interchangeably, a lease and a license are distinctly different under Connecticut law. In its simplest form, a lease is a contract that conveys an exclusive possessory leasehold interest in property; whereas, a license is a mere privilege to act on another’s...

Year Established: 1906

Law Firm Affiliations: TERRALEX

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