Howd & Ludorf, LLC partner Kristan Maccini vigorously defended Town PZC member as to plaintiff’s intentional tort claims of fraudulent misrepresentation and tortious interference in Villages, LLC v. Lori Longhi. The appellate court affirmed on appeal the trial court’s conclusion that (1) the defendant was not collaterally estopped from disputing liability and (2) the defendant was entitled to summary judgment as to the plaintiff’s claims.
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Howd & Ludorf, LLC Partners Thomas Gerarde and Beatrice Jordan have convinced the Connecticut Supreme Court to affirm the granting of summary judgment based on governmental immunity in favor of the Town of Naugatuck. In Northrup v. Witkowski, ...READ MORE
In Dole v. Sulzicki, Howd & Ludorf, LLC Partners Thomas Gerarde and Kristan Maccini have convinced the Connecticut Appellate Court to affirm the granting of summary judgment based on governmental immunity in favor of the Town of ...READ MORE
Attorneys Chris Vossler and Rachel Bradford recently spoke at the New England Claims Executives Association November meeting in Rocky Hill, CT. Chris spoke about Connecticut premises liability law as it relates to sports and recreation claims. ...READ MORE
Attorneys Chris Vossler and Svetlana Steele-Baird recently presented at Chubb in Simsbury. The topic was Connecticut product liability law. Svetlana explained the history and development of product liability law in Connecticut. Chris spoke about the ...READ MORE
In McKinney v. Middletown, Howd & Ludorf , LLC won summary judgment for the Middletown Police Department in a civil rights claim brought by a man who claimed officers used excessive force when attempting a cell transfer. At the time of ...READ MORE