By Pamela J. Moore
Connecticut Employment Law is a comprehensive treatise and a practical survey of the law that governs employer-employee relations in Connecticut. Author Pamela J. Moore draws on her years of experience as a labor and employment attorney in Hartford to explain the complexities of this all-important field of practice.
By Mark A. Dubois & James F. Sullivan
Connecticut Legal Ethics & Malpractice is a thorough and practical analysis of an attorney's duties and responsibilities, and the legal implications when an attorney runs afoul of his or her professional responsibilities.
By Professor Colin C. Tait and the Honorable Judge Eliot D. Prescott
In 1996, the Connecticut appellate courts extensively reviewed all appellate rules and adopted major revisions. Connecticut Appellate Practice & Procedure, 3rd Ed. covers all significant changes in statutes, case law, rules and procedure since that time. Latest supplement included with book purchase.
By Garrison, Levin-Epstein, Chimes, Richardson & Fitzgerald; Edited By Joseph D. Garrison
Library of Connecticut Employment Law Forms is a comprehensive set of over 140 forms (print, online, CD) used for every aspect of an employment matter, from pre-judgment remedies to post-litigation issues.
By Denis R. Caron and Geoffrey K. Milne
The new, completely revamped fifth edition of Connecticut Foreclosure Law incorporates the wealth of new case law and legislative changes that have occurred since the last edition. Since the publication of the fourth edition in 2004, the economic downturn has caused an unprecedented number of mortgage defaults and an explosion of foreclosure suits.
By Michael S. Taylor, Karen L. Dowd, Brendon P. Levesque
Connecticut Insurance Law provides an understanding of insurance coverage issues in Connecticut, as well as a starting point for addressing the issues the practitioner may be facing.
by Siegel, O'Connor, O'Donnell & Beck PC; Edited by Peter A. Janus and Daniel P. Murphy
Connecticut Labor & Employment Law, 3rd Ed. covers the breadth and width of workplace law issues. An extensive table of contents and a full index help you find key issues fast. Latest supplement included with book purchase.
By Noble F. Allen
Connecticut Landlord and Tenant Law covers the legal relationships between tenants and landlords, both in commercial and residential settings from lease construction to summary process and civil litigation. It has been prepared as a desktop reference, with caselaw and statutory mandates.
By Various Authors
A comprehensive library of over 200+ MODEL COMPLAINTS, created, tested and honed by attorney-experts in multiple litigation practice areas. These complaints are presented in book and electronic format on a CD-ROM, which may be opened in MS Word.
By Joyce A. Lagnese, Calum B. Anderson and Frank H. Santoro
Connecticut Medical Malpractice contains a precise, thorough and scholarly treatment of the subject of Connecticut medical malpractice litigation. Written in a completely balanced manner, Connecticut Medical Malpractice is useful to both plaintiff and defense trial counsel. Latest supplement included with book purchase.
By Michael Taylor and Daniel Krisch
The Encyclopedia of Connecticut Causes of Action is a single volume desk reference which compiles, outlines and indexes over 600+ theories of recovery recognized under Connecticut common and statutory law, along with applicable statutes of limitation. Includes extensive common word index, tables of cases and statutes. Dramatically reduce research time by pin-pointing the starting point of an action. There's nothing like it presently available to Connecticut practitioners.
Library of Connecticut Civil Discovery Forms is a comprehensive library of over 100 sample documents (in print and on CD), created, tested and used by attorneys in the discovery process. These forms, created by attorney-experts in various fields, may be edited to suit the unique facts and circumstances of each case. Use these sample documents as your templates and save valuable time.
By Robert M. Singer
Every civil litigator needs to collect money or resist collection efforts. The Library of Connecticut Collection Law Forms contains over 250+ collection litigation forms and over 680+ pages including a commentary section preceding each chapter. Specific forms on prejudgment remedies, complaints, accounting, foreign judgments, discovery, motions, judgments and post judgment procedures and much more are all included in this easy-to-use forms book.
By Schoonmaker, George & Colin, P.C.; Edited by Thomas D. Colin
The Library of Connecticut Family Law Forms is a comprehensive library of 260+ sample documents of court forms in matters of separation, divorce, child custody, visitation, domestic violence and more. There is a wide variety of forms from initial summons, discovery, ADR, trial and relief. Easy-to-use forms on cd.
By Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder, P.C.; Edited by Joshua D. Koskoff
The Library of Connecticut Personal Injury Forms contains over 175+ Connecticut-specific litigation forms prepared by the premiere personal injury trial law firm of Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder. Specific forms on automobile accidents, medical malpractice, premises liability, product liability, wrongful death, and much more. Forms guide the practitioner through personal injury cases from start to finish.