February 2021

Website Accessibility: Is Your Business’s Online Presence Exposing You to Litigation Risk?

In the COVID pandemic world, businesses are increasingly reliant on digital means of communicating with their customers. It is no surprise, then, that websites have taken center stage. With the greater emphasis on websites to conduct business, it is more i…

As Boston Sees White Collar ‘Boom,’ Hinckley Allen Bulks Up

High-profile cases in Boston are growing and Hinckley Allen is expanding the white collar practice to meet client need. Partners Michelle Peirce, Bruce Singal and Laura Angelini sat with Law360 to discuss.

January 2021

Importance of Foreign Conflict of Interest Policies and Disclosure Requirements: What We Can Learn From the 2019-2020 GAO Report

It is a new year and we have a new administration. However, one enforcement trend that remains in full force is the increased scrutiny of potential foreign influence on U.S.-based research, including concerning transparency regarding potential foreign conf…

Judge Rules Bridgeport Must Release Recordings in False Rape Case

Litigation associate Alexa T. Millinger represents Real, the San Francisco-based Center for Investigative Reporting. Learn more about her recent case in the Connecticut Post.“I am pleased with Judge Klau’s decision and his thoughtful interpretation of …

December 2020

COVID-19 Vaccination Policies: EEOC Weighs In

On December 16, 2020, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) updated its guidance to include FAQs on the administration of the COVID-19 vaccine in the workplace. Like other guidance relating to COVID-19 issues, there may be changes as more info…

September 2020

Hartford Law Firms See Spike in COVID-19-related Business

This article was originally featured in the September 21, 2020 issue of the Hartford Business Journal. To view the original, please click here.As business slowed down at companies across Greater Hartford in mid-March due to COVID-19-related shutdowns, it p…