April 2021

Importance of Mentorship: A Conversation with Sara J. Stankus

Sara Stankus is an associate in Hinckley Allen’s Hartford office, where she practices in the Firm’s Litigation Department. She represents clients in complex business disputes and has substantial experience with litigation in state and federal courts, a…

COVID-19 Vaccination Policies: What to Know

As COVID-19 vaccinations become more widely available, many employers would like to make vaccination mandatory for all employees, both to minimize contact tracing and employee privacy issues now burdening human resource departments– and, more importantly…

Storytelling in Litigation: A Conversation with Janelle P. Murnane

Janelle Murnane joined Hinckley Allen in October 2019 as a member of the Litigation group. She is experienced in commercial civil litigation and investigations, including securities, construction, employment, business litigation, and white collar criminal …

March 2021

Importance of Involvement: A Conversation with Michelle R. Peirce

Michelle R. Peirce is a Partner in Hinckley Allen’s Litigation group who devotes her time equally to white-collar criminal defense and complex civil litigation. She is the current President of the Women’s Bar Foundation and a past president of the Wome…

Navigating the Complex: A Conversation with Elizabeth J. McEvoy

Elizabeth McEvoy assists businesses and individuals in navigating complex, and often highly-regulated legal matters, both criminal and civil. Her experience includes negotiating pre-litigation resolutions, complex commercial litigation, and representing in…

What Employers Need to Know About the American Rescue Plan of 2021

On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed into law the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (the “Plan”). The historic $1.9 trillion bill contains several provisions of note for employers.The Plan extends the availability of tax credits under the Families …