Rome Mcguigan, P.C.


Rome Mcguigan, P.C.

Tax, Education, Estate Planning, International, Products Liability

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Anne C. Dranginis

Eminent Domain, Wills & Probate, Family Law, Constitutional Law

Anne C. Dranginis retired as an Associate Judge of the Connecticut Appellate Court on January 31, 2006, to become a principal at Rome McGuig... (more)

Anthony B. Ludovico

Estate Administration, Trusts, Wills

Anthony B. Ludovico, a member of the firm, focuses his practice solely in the field of trusts and estates, having developed his estate planning experi... (more)

Bernard F. Gaffney

Pharmaceutical Product, Business Organization, Products Liability, Medical Malpractice

Skilled as both a litigator and transactional attorney, Mr. Gaffney has extensive experience in negotiating commercial contracts as well as litigating... (more)

Bradford S. Booth

Corporate, Litigation, Criminal

Mr. Booth focuses his practice in the areas of civil and commercial litigation and also maintains an active criminal and appellate practice. He j... (more)

Brian C. Courtney

Tax, Eminent Domain, Business Organization, Banking & Finance

Brian C. Courtney could best be described as a "Commercial Lawyer" -able to document finance, real estate, or corporate transactions, pull them apart ... (more)

Debra C. Ruel

Family Law, Collaborative Law, Child Support, Divorce

I practice in the area of dissolution of marriage, custody, premarital and post-marital agreements, post-judgment enforcement of court orders and modi... (more)

George P. Generas

Government Agencies, Corporate, Business Organization, Banking & Finance

Harvey Hoberman

Corporate, Business Organization, Banking & Finance, Bankruptcy

Harvey Hoberman concentrates in the areas of commercial finance, workouts and financing, corporate restructures, turnarounds, real estate and strategi... (more)

Jacqueline A. Wilson

Family Law, Child Support, Administrative Law, Adoption

John F. Strother

International, Government Agencies, Civil Rights, Business Organization

John F. ("Jack") Strother has broad experience in legal matters involving employee benefit plans. He advises clients ranging from the largest corporat... (more)

Jonathan R. Chappell

Construction, Constitutional Law, Insurance, Collection

Mr. Chappell focuses his practice in civil litigation, including administrative appeals, commercial litigation, municipal law, and negligence defense.... (more)

Leah Berger

Business Organization, Banking & Finance, Corporate, Real Estate

Leah Berger is an associate in the firm's Commercial Department. She has experience representing developers in a range of real estate transactions inc... (more)

Matthew J. Hoberman

Construction, Corporate, Business Organization, Banking & Finance

Matthew J. Hoberman has broad experience representing secured and unsecured lenders, officials and distressed investors in out-of-court restructurings... (more)

Morris R. Borea

Products Liability, Medical Malpractice, Toxic Mold & Tort, Government Agencies

Proloy K. Das

Federal Appellate Practice, State Appellate Practice, State Trial Practice, US Courts

Attorney Das handles appeals in all areas of the law including criminal, civil, contract and family law cases. He joined Rome McGuigan in June 2007 af... (more)

Robbie Gerrick

Products Liability, Toxic Mold & Tort, Asbestos & Mesothelioma, Workers' Compensation

Robbie Gerrick focuses her practice in the areas of Municipal Litigation, Toxic Tort, Personal Injury, Insurance Defense, Workers' Compensation and Ap... (more)

Glenn Coe

Estate, Divorce & Family Law, Business, Bankruptcy & Debt

Joseph B. Burns

Transportation & Shipping, Pharmaceutical Product, Toxic Mold & Tort, Products Liability

Matthew J. Becker

General Practice

Nathan C Favreau

General Practice

Thomas Plotkin

Collection, Civil Rights, Employment, Litigation

Thomas Plotkin came to the legal profession circuitously. After fifteen years as a motion picture and television writer in Los Angeles (with several p... (more)

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Rome Mcguigan, P.C.
One State Street,13th Floor
Hartford, CT 06103


One State Street,13th Floor
Hartford, CT 06103

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Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Made Easier for Small Businesses Struggling with COVID-19 Downturn
the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019 became effective on February 19, 2020. The Act, along with recent changes to the Bankruptcy Code contained in the CARES stimulus bill, will make it easier for small businesses to reorganize through Chapter 11. The new law could not have come at a better time for South Florida companies suffering from the financial ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The IRS Says I Owe More Tax and We Couldn’t Reach an Agreement. Now What?
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