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Pullman & Comley, LLC 
Stamford, Connecticut Office
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107 Elm Street, Four Stamford Plaza
Stamford, Connecticut  06902-3834

(Fairfield Co.)

Telephone: 203-324-5000
Fax: 203-363-8659

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About this office:

Pullman & Comley, LLC's major practice areas include corporate, environmental, health care, litigation, property valuation, public and commercial finance, real estate, and trusts and estates, as well as various targeted practice sections that provide depth of experience and also the flexibility to regroup for customized, solution-oriented service. Our clients include major financial institutions, health care providers, service businesses, trade and art associations, manufacturers and emerging growth businesses in the biotech and information technology industries, as well as nonprofit organizations and individuals. We are legal counsel to many fast growing businesses and have developed experience in many areas needed to fulfill their changing needs.


Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
AppellateBusiness Disputes
Business and FinanceCondominiums, Residential Associations and Community Organizations
Corporate and BusinessCybersecurity, Privacy and Infrastructure Protection
Financial RestructuringInsurance
Land UseLitigation
Municipal Law and Community AssociationsNonprofit Organizations
Nonprofit OrganizationsProbate Litigation
Public SectorReal Estate
Real EstateReal Estate Acquisitions and Sales
Real Estate FinanceReal Estate Leasing
Residential, Commercial and Community Development ProjectsSecurities and Antitrust Litigation
Social Media, Privacy and Internet LawTechnology
Technology and Intellectual PropertyTown Governments, Departments and Authorities
Trusts and EstatesWhite Collar, Criminal Defense and Corporate Investigations

Statement of Practice Summary:
General Practice; Administrative Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Antitrust; Appellate Practice; Automotive Dealers; Banking Law; Bankruptcy; Creditors Rights; Business Law; Commercial Law; Community Law; Construction Law; Corporate Law; Education Law; Emerging Businesses; Employee Benefits; Energy; Utilities; Environmental Law; Financial Restructuring; Government Investigations; Environmental Design; Hospital Law; Health Care; Insurance Law; Intellectual Property; Labor And Employment; Legal Ethics And Professional Responsibility; Litigation; Mergers And Acquisitions; Municipal Representation; Professional Liability; Public Law; Commercial Finance; Nonprofit Organizations Law; Property Valuation; Real Estate; Securities; Tax Law; Technology Law; Toxic Torts; Trusts And Estates; White Collar Defense; Corporate Investigations; Zoning Law; Planning Law; Land Use; Green Development ; Alternative Energy .

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Luck of the Irish Cannot Save Debtor’s Bankruptcy Appeal of Order Granting Relief from the Stay
Elizabeth J. Austin,Irve J. Goldman,Jessica Grossarth,Jonathan A. Kaplan, April 21, 2014
The importance of obtaining a stay pending appeal of a bankruptcy court order lifting the automatic stay was recently illustrated in Dunne v. Ulster Bank (In re Dunne), 13 cv 00996-JBA (Mar. 11, 2014). In the Dunne case, Sean Dunne (“Dunne”), an Irish citizen who had been residing in...

Post-Divorce Judgment Legal Fees Generated By Custody Dispute Constitute a Non-Dischargeable Debt Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. §523(a)(15)
Elizabeth J. Austin,Irve J. Goldman,Jessica Grossarth,Jonathan A. Kaplan, March 28, 2014
Section 523(a)(15) of the Bankruptcy Code provides that a discharge “does not discharge an individual debtor from any debt...to a spouse [or] former spouse, ... in the course of a divorce...or...divorce decree or other order of a court of record....” 11 U.S.C. §523(a)(15). Prior to...

Connecticut District Court and Bankruptcy Court Differ on Extent to Which the Automatic Stay Automatically Terminates Upon Second Bankruptcy Filing
Elizabeth J. Austin,Irve J. Goldman,Jessica Grossarth,Jonathan A. Kaplan, February 17, 2014
Under §362(c)(3)(A), when a debtor files a second bankruptcy case within one year after the first case, the automatic stay in the second case will automatically terminate “with respect to the debtor” on the 30th day of the case unless, within that 30 day period, the debtor files a...

Year Established: 1919

(For Complete Biographical Data on all Personnel, See Bridgeport, Connecticut Professional Biographies).

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