|Corporate Law||Elder Law|
|Energy Law||Environmental Law|
|Family Law||Immigration and Naturalization|
|Intellectual Property Law||International Trade Law|
|Labor and Employment Law||Real Estate Law|
|Tax Law||Trusts and Estates, Wills and Probate|
|White Collar Crime|
The original base of our US practice, New Haven remains the home office for many of our US attorneys. For over 40 years, our New Haven-based attorneys have been providing sophisticated tax, estate planning and other legal advice to successful families and business, not only in Connecticut but across the globe.
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Documents by Withers Bergman LLP on Martindale.com
Paul Brecknell, June 23, 2016
Three interesting updates from the world of lettings.
Parental Alienation: Surely the Time Has Come to Effect Change?
Lisa Fabian Lustigman, June 23, 2016
Dealing with the causes and consequences of parental alienation is one of the most difficult tasks faced by the Family Court. The law reports are littered with cases in which parents have, through no fault of their own, been unable to maintain relationships with their children, even with the...
Doing A Deal - Introducing Enforceable Post-Termination Restrictions
Peter Finding, June 14, 2016
Post-termination restrictions introduced after an employee has started work were generally thought to be enforceable only where the employee is given a tangible benefit (e.g. a pay rise) in return. The High Court's decision last week in Pickwell & Nicholls v Pro Cam CP Ltd, however, has cast...
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