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Encyclopedia of Connecticut Causes of Action
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The Encyclopedia of Connecticut Causes of Action is a compendium of civil causes of action in Connecticut. The book divides the civil causes of action into four categories: common law actions, statutory actions, miscellaneous statutory proceedings that share many, but not all, of the characteristics of civil actions, and administrative appeals. (Family and juvenile proceedings have been omitted.)
Encyclopedia of Connecticut Causes of Action:
is cited to by the Connecticut state appellate courts
is a single volume desk reference which compiles, outlines and indexes all theories of recovery under Connecticut law
is organized into three easy to search sections: common law actions, statutory actions and administrative appeals
Daniel Jonah Krisch is a partner at Halloran & Sage LLP in Hartford, Connecticut, and Chair of its Appellate Practice Group. Daniel represents a wide variety of corporate, institutional and individual clients during all stages of litigation. He is AV-rated by the peer-reviewed legal directory Martindale-Hubbell and has been recognized since 2011 by The Best Lawyers in America® in the categories of Appellate and Insurance Law.
He is an elected member of the American Law Institute and has taught moot court and appellate advocacy at the University of Connecticut School of Law and served for three years as Co-Chair of Connecticut Bar Association's Appellate Advocacy Section, Executive Committee, and for three years as the Vice-Chair of Community Partners in Action, a non-profit organization that is dedicated to building a better community by providing services that promote accountability, dignity, and restoration for people affected by the criminal justice system.
Michael S. Taylor is of counsel at Horton, Dowd, Bartschi & Levesque, PC, with over 20 years of experience in appellate and insurance coverage litigation. He has litigated appeals at the Connecticut Supreme and Appellate Courts, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and the Supreme Court of the United States. His appellate litigation has encompassed a broad range of topics, including constitutional law, contract disputes, land use and eminent domain, insurance coverage and bad faith, criminal law, products liability and torts, dissolution of marriage, child custody and parental rights and corporate litigation.
He has written and lectured on appellate and insurance coverage topics and has been an adjunct professor at The University of Connecticut School of Law, teaching moot court and appellate advocacy.
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