- Administrative and Regulatory
- Business and Securities Law
- Collaborative Divorce, Family Law Litigation and Divorce Mediation
- Environmental and Land Use
- Real Estate
- Real Estate Financing
- Local Zoning, Wetlands, and Land Use
- Developers & Landowners
- Individuals & Families
|University ||Brandeis University, B.S., Comparative Literature, 1960|
|Law School||Columbia University School of Law, J.D., 1963|
|Admitted||1963, Connecticut; 1966, District of Connecticut; 1966, 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals; 1969, U.S. Supreme Court|
|Born||May 6, 1939|
Attorney Wesiman has been practicing law in Connecticut for over 40 years. He currently practices in the areas of land use and zoning, commercial and residential real estate, family law and general litigation. He has extensive experience litigating a wide range of matters on behalf of corporations and individuals. Mr. Weisman also regularly assists corporations in stock and asset sales and assists individuals and businesses in all types of real estate transactions. In addition, he is an experienced divorce mediator.
Mr. Weisman is a frequent author and speaker on topics including planning and zoning law and family law matters and formerly served as a member of the Board of Editors of the Connecticut Bar Journal.
Mr. Weisman has always been active in the community, particularly the Town of Westport, previously serving on three of the Town's Charter Revision Commissions, as counsel to the Town and as Vice President of the Board of Trustees of the Westport Public Library.
H & S Attorneys Obtain Approval for an On-Site Wastewater Treatment System
Halloran & Sage Attorneys Larry Weisman and Ann Catino recently obtained a favorable ruling from the Department of Environmental Protection ('DEP') for an on-site wastewater treatment system.
Attys. Weisman and Catino Obtain Favorable Decision From Westport Planning and Zoning Commission
Friedman v. Donenfeld
Halloran & Sage successfully defended this action brought by attempted purchasers of commercial waterfront property against the owner.
Moss v. Foster
This case involves the enforcement of old deed restrictions between property owners on a hill overlooking Long Island Sound.
Connecticut Bar Association - Judiciary Committee);
American Bar Association;
Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association;
Association of Trial Lawyers of America;
American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers;
American Arbitration Association - Panel of Arbitrators;
Raymond E. Baldwin American Inn of Court;
U.S. District Court Grievance Panel
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