Author Archives: TCORS

New London apartment complex near completion

William R. Sweeney

The first major apartment complex to be built in the city in at least a decade has begun marketing the first of what is expected to be a wave of upscale units in the city that will cater to the influx of Electric Boat employees and other professionals. Pennsylvania-based A.R. Building Company is completing the […]

Attorney Joseph J. Selinger Achieved AV Preeminent® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell

Joseph J. Selinger

Tobin, Carberry, O’Malley, Riley & Selinger P.C., is proud to announce that Attorney Joseph J. Selinger was recently designated as an AV Preeminent® rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell. Attorney Selinger was given an AV rating from his peers, which means that he was deemed to have very high professional ethics and preeminent legal ability. The Martindale-Hubbell […]

Attorney Carberry Attends National Utility Conference

Glenn T. Carberry

Attorney Glenn Carberry attended the recent Annual Meeting and Educational Conference of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) at the Hilton Baltimore in Baltimore, Maryland. The four-day conference featured panel discussions spanning across a range of issues within the telecommunications, broadband, energy and water sectors. The conference brought more than 1,300 state and […]

TCORS Kicks Off Holiday Season with Charitable Giving

Happy Holidays

The TCORS Family joined together to assist local nonprofits with their mission of providing continued support to its community members this holiday season. The two organizations in recent recipient of our support included the Gemma E. Moran United Way Food Center and Safe Futures. Contributions were gathered throughout the month of November from staff members […]

TCORS Hosts Remote Connecticut Bar Association Meeting

Thomas J. Riley

Our Firm had the pleasure of hosting attorneys from Eastern Connecticut on November 15th for the Connecticut Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Committee’s monthly meeting. The bar opted for remote meetings to simultaneously take place at TCORS, and Pullman & Comley’s Bridgeport and Hartford Offices. The meeting focused on a review of new legislation […]

Attorney Wainright Receives TMA Award

TMA Vermont Aerospace Award Ceremony

Attorney Kristin Wainright was part of the team that received the Turnaround Management Association’s (TMA) “Turnaround of the Year: Small Company” Award, for her representation of client Vermont Aerospace Industries, LLC in its purchase of the assets of Vermont Aerospace Manufacturing, Inc. Attorney Wainright and fellow partner, Attorney Joseph Selinger, worked jointly on the deal […]

Attorney Riley Attends Second Circuit College of Labor and Employment Lawyers Semi-Annual Conference

Thomas J. Riley

Attorney Thomas Riley attended the Second Circuit of The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers’ semi-annual conference on November 14th. The conference was for Connecticut, New York and New Jersey members. The program was split into two segments. The first segment focused on developments at the U.S. Department of Labor and what we might expect […]

Attorney Thomas Riley Attends Labor and Employment Law Conference in D.C.

Thomas J. Riley

The American Bar Association (ABA) recently held its 11th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference at the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C. The several day conference included numerous seminars addressing important issues affecting labor and employment law today. Such seminars included: “Dealing with Social Media in the Workplace,” “How to Prepare and Win and/or Defend […]

Annual TCORS Golf Outing Raises $5,000 for Nonprofits

TCORS golf outing

TCORS recently held its 22nd Annual Golf Outing to help raise donations for two local nonprofit organizations. The outing was held at Pequot Golf Club in Stonington, Connecticut on October 6th and yielded more than 100 attendees in total throughout the day. More than 80 golfers participated in this year’s golf scramble to raise money […]

Commission OKs $20M condo project at former Mystic Color lab

Mystic Harbor Rendering

The Stonington Planning and Zoning Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved scaled-back plans to develop the vacant Mystic Color Lab property into 42 townhouse condominiums in seven buildings. The site plan approval was the second and final approval that the Greylock Property Group needed to develop the $20 million project known as Mystic Harbor Landing on […]