• Attorney Thomas P. Cella has been inducted into the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals (NADN).    Membership is by invitation only.   Only seventeen (17) attorneys in the State of Connecticut are members.  According to the NADN website, NADN, formed in 2008, is America’s foremost professional organization for experienced mediators and arbitrators practicing in the field of civil & commercial conflict resolution. All Academy members are distinguished by their commitment to excellence in the field of dispute resolution, and enjoy sterling reputations within the profession.

  • Jamie Sullivan was elected chair of the Board of Advisors of the Downtown YMCA of Greater Hartford.


  • Governor Malloy recently appointed Attorney James Sullivan to the Judicial Selection Committee.

  • Attorney Thomas P. Cella has been selected for inclusion in best Lawyers in America in the categories of personal injury, product liability and medical malpractice and Attorney Jack G. Steigelfest has been selected in the category of appellate practice.

  • Christopher Harrington recently served his two year term as president of the Connecticut Defense Lawyers Association and now serves as the chairman of the executive board of that organization.

  • Jamie Sullivan was re-elected to the House of Delegates of the Connecticut Bar Association.

  • Jamie Sullivan was elected to the Board of Governors of the Connecticut Bar Association.

  • Jamie Sullivan was invited to co-author the Connecticut chapter of Mort Daller’s “Product Liability Desk Reference, 2019 Edition”.


  • Jamie Sullivan was the moderator of a talk by Patrick Malone on his book “The Fearless Cross-Examiner” at the Connecticut Bar Association annual meeting.

  • Jamie Sullivan was inducted into the American Board of Trial Advocates.

  • Jamie Sullivan co-authored the Connecticut chapter of Mort Daller’s “Tort Law Reference:  A Fifty State Compendium”.

  • Jamie Sullivan was recognized as “AV” rated by Martindale-Hubble, the highest rating for an attorney by that agency.

  • Jamie Sullivan, and several others including two judges, provided a seminar on the “Hearsay Rule and Its Exceptions” for the Hartford County Bar Association.