Local Counsel

Connecticut Federal Court and Covid-19 – Update

As we move through the pandemic, federal court operations in Connecticut remain impacted by the public health and safety measures in place for our protection. Since our last update, some new developments have occurred. Chief Judge Stefan R. Underhill issued a new order on courthouse operations and reauthorized certain CARES[…]

Spotlight: Torrington (Litchfield) Courthouse

From being the oldest courthouse in Connecticut and a national historical site, the courthouse for the Judicial District of Litchfield moved from Litchfield to Torrington. Since August 2017, a gleaming, modern structure greets lawyers and litigants. More than Two Hundred and Fifty Years of History The Town of Litchfield held[…]

Connecticut Federal Court and COVID-19

No matter where you are in America, the 2020 COVID-19 outbreak has impacted court operations. Thankfully, the judges, clerks and staff in the District of Connecticut have done an excellent job minimizing the impact, promoting safety and continuing court operations during this crisis. Masks Required to Enter Any CT Federal[…]

Connecticut State Court and COVID-19

If you are planning on litigating in Connecticut State Court, the COVID-19 impacts to the system are widespread. The scope of this article does not include any evaluation of the legality of the actions taken by Governor Lamont or the Judicial Branch. The Executive Branch has a list of the[…]