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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
http://www.pullcom.com

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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:
Business DisputesBusiness and Finance
Condominiums, Residential Associations and Community OrganizationsCybersecurity, Privacy and Infrastructure Protection
Educational InstitutionsFinancial Restructuring
InsuranceLand Use
LitigationMunicipal Law
Nonprofit OrganizationsNonprofit Organizations
Probate LitigationReal Estate
Real EstateReal Estate Acquisitions and Sales
Real Estate FinanceReal Estate Leasing
Residential, Commercial and Community Development ProjectsSecurities Litigation
Securities and Antitrust LitigationSocial Media, Privacy and Internet Law
Tax Credit FinancingTechnology
Technology and Intellectual PropertyTown Governments, Departments and Authorities
Trusts and Estates


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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Bankruptcy Court Finds Debt To Third Party To Be A Non-Dischargable Debt Incurred In Connection With a Divorce
Elizabeth J. Austin,Irve J. Goldman,Jessica Grossarth,Jonathan A. Kaplan, July 16, 2015
Bankruptcy Judge Albert Dabrowski was faced with a unique set of circumstances arising as a result of the intersection of a state court divorce action and a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case. In the matter of Corrine Sawyer v. Scott Sawyer, Adv. Pro. No. 14-2013, the Court found itself facing the question...

Former NFL Player Defeats Fraud Allegations Which Results In Discharge Of Debt
Elizabeth J. Austin,Irve J. Goldman,Jessica Grossarth,Jonathan A. Kaplan, June 24, 2015
On March 31, 2015, the Honorable Albert S. Dabrowski issued a decision in Hamrah v. Coulette (In re Coulette), Adv. Pro. No. 13-2039, concerning the issue of whether an obligation created by a failed business investment gives rise to a non-dischargeable debt in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case filed by...

Jockeys Nearing Finishing Line in 25-Year Civil and Bankruptcy Litigation with their Former Business Managers
Elizabeth J. Austin,Irve J. Goldman,Jessica Grossarth,Jonathan A. Kaplan, June 4, 2015
Hall of fame horse racing jockeys Laffit Pincay, Jr. and Chris McCarron first sued their former business managers, Vincent and Robert Andrews, in California District Court in 1989 for fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and other wrongs, including violations under the federal Racketeer and Influenced...




Year Established: 1919


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