Category Archives: In The News

TCORS Held Seminar on Medicaid Audit Process for Connecticut Association of Optometrists

TCORS’s Director of Medicaid Services, James Wietrak and Medicaid Audit and Compliance Coordinator, Denise Smith, held a seminar on the Medicaid audit process for Connecticut Association of Optometrists (CAO) members on September 18 in Wallingford, Connecticut. The seminar will cover a detailed discussion of the Department of Social Services’ Medicaid audit process; a discussion of […]

TCORS Welcomes New Associate Attorney to Firm

Tobin, Carberry, O’Malley, Riley & Selinger, P.C. is pleased to announce the addition of Zachary Amos Kohl to the law firm as an associate attorney in the practice areas of commercial litigation, contract disputes, business organizations and land use and zoning. Attorney Kohl graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 2015. While […]

NARUC Summit Enables Dialogue Among Utility Regulatory Professionals

Attorney Glenn Carberry attended last month’s Winter Policy Summit held by the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners in Washington, D.C. Utility commissioners and key staff members from around the country, as well as approximately 1000 industry leaders engaged in three days of dialogue on current issues and shared information about best practices in the […]

CBA Labor and Employment Law Committee Held Meeting on Paid Leave Trends

Our Firm had the pleasure of hosting attorneys from Eastern Connecticut on January 15th for the Connecticut Bar Association’s Labor and Employment Law Section meeting. The meeting was held in Stamford but attorneys were able to attend remotely at our office or at another firm’s office in Hartford. Deborah DeHart Cannavino, of Epstein Becker Green, […]

East Lyme to induct nine into Sports Hall of Fame

Robert D. Tobin

East Lyme High School will induct nine new members into its Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday, Dec. 9, at Flanders Fish Market. The Class of 2018 includes Ryan Cochrane, Todd Donovan, Harlan Hanson Jr., Bob Kelly, Milan Keser (posthumously), Amy Parulis, Julie Sherman Putnam, Robert Tobin and Hans Wiederkehr. The induction ceremony and banquet […]

Norwichtown Burger King developer, Norwich Historical Society reach settlement

The developer of a controversial Burger King abutting the historic Norwichtown colonial burial ground announced a settlement Wednesday with the Norwich Historical Society that calls for the developer to enhance the buffer zone between the properties and to donate additional plantings to create buffers behind other commercial properties on Town Street. The Burger King project […]

Norwich planning commission approves Burger King abutting historic burial ground

The planning commission Tuesday approved a controversial plan for a Burger King restaurant with a drive-thru on Town Street, the rear property line abutting the historic Colonial Era burial ground. While planning commission members said they were sympathetic with concerns by the many opponents who attended two public hearing rounds to voice objections to the […]

Attorney: Montville council, not mayor, should hire labor lawyers

Jerry O'Malley

After a monthlong dispute between Town Council members and Mayor Ron McDaniel, an outside law firm recently found that the council has the authority to pick an attorney for all town matters, including labor issues. For years, the issues were handled by lawyers selected by the mayor’s office. A majority of councilors last month objected […]

Mayday! Mayday! Mayday! Saving the Vermont Aerospace Company

TMA Vermont Aerospace Award Ceremony

Jeff Sands, CTP, of Dorset Partners; Larry Schwoeri of American Industrial Acquisition Corporation (AIAC); Jon Verbeck of Verbeck Associates; and Kristin Wainright of Tobin, Carberry, O’Malley, Riley & Selinger were recognized as winners of the TMA Small Company Turnaround of the Year Award for 2017 for their work with Vermont Aerospace Company. They recently spoke […]

New London loosens zoning regulations to allow housing in more areas

H. Marcus & Co. buildings new london

The Planning and Zoning Commission has loosened some restrictions on creation of new housing, restrictions that some developers viewed as an obstacle to redevelopment in the city. The changes will make renovations and adaptive reuse of historic buildings more economically feasible and open up more areas for development, said local attorney Bill Sweeney, who successfully […]