Pullman & Comley, LLC
Size of Organization: 80
Year Established: 1919Web Site: http://www.pullcom.com
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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.
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Another Court Recognizes The Attorney Client Privilege Extends To Internal Law Firm Communications
David P. Atkins,Collin P. Baron,Thomas F. Maxwell,Edward P. McCreery,Adam S. Mocciolo, July 26, 2014
If you have been following the evolving law on attorney client privilege for internal law firm communications - the subject of our Law Firm Risk Managers' Lunch Forum in April of 2013 - you may be interested to know that on May 30 the Oregon Supreme Court joined courts in other states to hold that...
The Federal Victim-Witness Act
Alex V. Hernandez, July 22, 2014
If you or someone you know has been the victim of a crime, or if you have been called to testify before a federal grand jury or trial, you may have questions about what you can expect as a case works its way through the system. This post will answer some of the most frequently asked questions...
Recent Connecticut Supreme Court Decision Demonstrates Importance of "End of Representation" Terms in Professional Engagement Agreements
David P. Atkins,Collin P. Baron,Thomas F. Maxwell,Edward P. McCreery,Adam S. Mocciolo, July 17, 2014
In its recent decision in Flannery v. Singer Asset Finance Co., LLC, 312 Conn. 286 (2014), the Connecticut Supreme Court provided a perfect illustration of how important it is for a law firm to have in place a mechanism for clearly marking the end of the representation. In a split decision, the...