Bridgewater Administrative Law Lawyer, Connecticut

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John F. Geida

Administrative Law, Civil Rights, Criminal
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William L. Stevens

Arbitration, Criminal, Administrative Law, Animal Bite, Landlord-Tenant
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Philip H. Monagan

Administrative Law, Collection, Election & Political, Foreclosure
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Richard O. LaBrecque

Business Organization, Commercial Banks, Administrative Law, Collection
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  14 Years
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Kristen Lynne Jacob

Tax, Accident & Injury, Criminal, Administrative Law
Status:  In Good Standing           Licensed:  17 Years

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Goldstar Medical Services, Inc. v. DEPT. OF SOC. SERVICES

... (Goldstar), and its owner and president, Donald F. Bouchard, [1] appeal from the judgment of the trial court dismissing their administrative appeal from a five ... "We begin by articulating the applicable standard of review in an appeal from the decision of an administrative agency. ...

Garcia v. City of Hartford

... The plaintiff contended in response that, because he did not have standing to pursue the grievance procedure, as he was no longer an "employee" under the terms of the agreement, any attempt to avail himself of administrative remedies would have been futile. ...

DIAMOND 67 v. PLANNING AND ZONING COM'N

... Thereafter, the defendant denied Diamond's 2003 application, a decision from which Diamond filed an administrative appeal, separate from its mandamus action. While the mandamus action and the administrative appeal were ...