Category Archives: In The News

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 […]

Attorney Selinger Appointed President of New London County Historical Society

Joseph J. Selinger

Attorney Joseph Selinger was recently elected as President of the New London County Historical Society (NLCHS) at their annual meeting held in September. Attorney Selinger is taking the helm after serving on the Society’s Board of Directors for eight years; of those eight, he served on the Executive Board for the last seven. Throughout his […]

Attorney Carberry Serves as Keynote Speaker for Norwich Free Academy Honors Program

Norwich Free Academy

Attorney Glenn Carberry was the keynote speaker at the Norwich Free Academy‘s summer summit breakfast held on campus in August as part of the school’s new Honors Program. The NFA Honors Program provides high achieving students in grades 11 and 12 with regular opportunities to listen to talks by community leaders, attend workshops on college […]

TCORS Partners Recognized as Best Lawyers

Attorneys Robert Tobin, Glenn Carberry and Thomas Riley were recognized in the 24th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America for their high caliber work in their chosen practice areas. Attorney Tobin was recognized for his work in Native American and Gaming Law. He was first recognized for his work in Gaming Law starting in […]

NL entrepreneur makes case for breakthrough computer solution

Steve M. McHugh

Ralph Belfiglio has run a video-production company in both New York City and New London while often struggling with a problem many professionals run up against: limited laptop computer memory. Belfiglio’s laptop computer simply didn’t have the storage capacity to hold a bunch of digital video clips, so he had to look for ways to […]

Norwich City Council to ask state to scrap Route 82 roundabouts

Norwich city hall

The City Council Monday reversed its stance taken a year ago that supported the state’s proposed $42 million reconstruction of Route 82 with a median divider and six roundabouts and now is asking the state to reconsider the project. After hearing from several business owners along the Route 82 corridor, the council voted 5-2 to […]

New London’s Howard Street site of proposed residential developments

Parcel J

A grassy patch of land at one of the city’s busiest intersections that has remained vacant for several decades is in line for a major housing development. Parcel J, at the corner of Bank and Howard streets, is the site of a proposed 90-unit apartment complex, with an estimated value of between $12 million and […]