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Thomas Bucci Leads Legal Challenge for Wrongfully Dismissed Defender

The recent controversy surrounding the dismissal of TaShun Bowden-Lewis, the former Chief Public Defender of Connecticut, has escalated into a high-profile legal battle. With accusations of wrongful termination and racial discrimination, the case has attracted significant attention, particularly due to the involvement of Thomas W. Bucci, Connecticut employment attorney here at Willinger, Willinger & Bucci, […]

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Important Changes To Connecticut Law Impacting Landlords

Guidance For Residential Landlords

Our clients who are residential landlords should be aware of some significant changes in Connecticut law, many of which became effective October 1, 2023. There are amendments to existing laws and new legislation which impact tenant onboarding, impose limitations on late fees and alter the timeframe for the return of or accounting for residential security

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Scholarship Winner - Legal Scholarship 2022 Winner Announced

Legal Scholarship 2022 Winner Announced

Willinger, Willinger & Bucci, P.C. is proud to recognize the first recipient of its annual legalscholarship, Kennedy Baker of Lawrenceville, Georgia. Ms. Baker is uniquely qualified for thisscholarship as her accomplishments reflect many of the attributes so cherished by Willinger,Willinger & Bucci, P.C.. As with our law firm, Kennedy strives to achieve the very best

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What Is ‘Tenants in Common’?

What Is ‘Tenants In Common’? Attorney Bradd S. Robbins was recently featured in an article about tenancy in common arrangements by U.S. News & World Report. Attorney Robbins is quoted discussing the basics of how Tenants In Common arrangements work, stating it’s essentially an “ownership of real property by two or more persons, in equal

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Real Estate Disclosure Requirements

REAL ESTATE DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS FOR SMOKE AND CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS If you are selling or buying a home in Connecticut, take heed: a law, effective January 1, 2014 (Public Act 13-272) requires any seller of a one or two-family residential home, to provide the buyer with an affidavit certifying that (i) either the building permit

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Short Sellers Beware!

CHANGES IN TAX DEDUCTIONS – SHORT SELLERS BEWARE! The forgiveness of indebtedness exclusion has expired! On December 31, 2013, the tax break that previously allowed a seller to exclude from taxable income any debt that may have been waived by the seller’s bank (forgiveness of indebtedness income) related to the taxpayer’s principal residence expired. This

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Connecticut Super Lawyers List

ATTORNEY CHARLES J. WILLINGER, JR. SELECTED CONNECTICUT SUPER LAWYERS LIST Charles J. Willinger, Jr., has been selected to the Connecticut Super Lawyers list in the practice areas of  Real Estate: Business, Business/Corporate, and Land Use/Zoning. Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by the research team at

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Nurse Collects 500k

CONNECTICUT LAW TRIBUNE RECOGNIZES ATTORNEY THOMAS BUCCI’S SUCCESS REPRINTED WITH PERMISSION FROM THE CONNECTICUT LAW TRIBUNE By MEGAN SPICER , The Connecticut Law Tribune December 2, 2015 A nurse has been awarded more than $500,000 after a federal court jury found that her former employee violated the Family and Medical Leave Act. The woman’s lawyer

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Firm Serves At Community Supper

TEAM LINDA TAKES ACTION Willinger, Willinger & Bucci, P.C., particiated in the Golden Hill United Methodist Church Community Supper Program on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. The Community Supper program provides dinner every Wednesday at their downtown Bridgeport location. Serving as Team Linda, attorneys and staff participate in local charities in memory of Attorney Linda Christiani,

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