Horton v. Amity Regional Board of Education (State Court – 2015): Plaintiff, Dianne Horton, claimed she sustained injuries as a result of a slip and fall and a walkway leading from a public school in October 2011 due to an uneven walkway and poor lighting conditions. The complaint pled claims of negligence against the Board and numerous Board employees. The defendants moved for summary judgment arguing that the acts of inspection, maintenance and repair are discretionary acts entitled to governmental immunity. The Court granted summary judgment in favor of the defendants on all counts.
Howd & Ludorf, LLC attorneys Thomas Gerarde and Ashley Hoyt recently won summary judgment for the City of New Britain Consolidated School District and its Middle School Dean of Students in Jane Doe v. Cabral et al. In the suit, Doe asserted ...READ MORE
Howd & Ludorf LLCs offices will be closed Friday for the Juneteenth Holiday. We support the goal of becoming one unified people, and have made this an annual paid Holiday. If you want to read about the Holiday, and the issues many in the US are ...READ MORE
Howd & Ludorf LLC partners Thomas R. Gerarde and Beatrice S. Jordan have won a reversal from the Connecticut Supreme Court of an Appellate Court decision and secured a victory for the Town of Redding, CT in a public nuisance suit captioned ...READ MORE
Howd & Ludorf, LLC Partners Thomas R. Gerarde and Kristan M. Maccini have won a major victory for Connecticut municipalities, and police officers in particular, before the Connecticut Supreme Court in the case of Borelli v. Renaldi. The ...READ MORE
Howd & Ludorf, LLC’s offices will be closed on Friday June 19, 2020, as a demonstration of support for the fight against racial injustice.READ MORE
The offices of Howd & Ludorf LLC are open for business. Most of us are working remotely and can be reached via email, which is the first letter and last firstname.lastname@example.org. Email is the best way to reach any of our attorneys. If you wish to leave ...READ MORE