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SIGNIFICANT RULING CLARIFIES SCOPE OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION

Secured a victory in Tilcon Connecticut, Inc. v. Commissioner of Environmental Protection on behalf of our client, a leading supplier of quality earth materials. The Connecticut Supreme Court’s ruling prohibits the Department of Energy & Environmental Protection from using applications filed under the state’s Water Diversion Policy Act as a basis to inquire into activities that are not related to the activity for which a permit is required. This important clarification has the potential to benefit all businesses subject to Connecticut environmental regulation.

Glenn M. Cunningham Elected to International Board of Directors

Shipman & Goodwin is pleased to announce that Partner, Glenn M. Cunningham, Chair of the firm’s Business Litigation and Intellectual Property practices, has been elected to the Interlaw Board of Directors. Shipman & Goodwin is a proud member of Interlaw, an international network of full-service independent law firms providing quality, cost effective, value-added legal and business solutions in more than 130 cities worldwide.

ACQUISITION & FINANCING OF REGENERATIVE MEDICINE BUSINESS

Represented HighCape Partners in connection with the formation and financing of Aziyo Biologics, Inc., a regenerative medicine company, and the acquisition of Tissue Banks International’s musculoskeletal tissue division. Aziyo develops and delivers customized tissue products for use in orthopedic, spinal, sports medicine and dermal applications.

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