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Jim Ruggeri and Ed Parks Named Fellows of the ACCEC
Insurance & Reinsurance attorneys, James P. Ruggeri and Edward B. Parks II, have been accepted as Fellows of the American College of Coverage and Extracontractual Counsel. The College is comprised of preeminent insurance coverage and extracontractual counsel in the U.S. and Canada.
Significant Appellate Court Win For Community Bank Client

Appellate Practice Chair Patrick M. Fahey won a significant victory in Connecticut Appellate Court for a large community bank. The bank was in a long-standing dispute with a borrower seeking to avoid foreclosure on undeveloped property that was given as security for a substantial loan. The Appellate Court’s decision upholds the lower court’s judgment after a trial that title to the property should be transferred to the bank and clears the way for our client to pursue the debt on which the borrower defaulted.

Manufacturing Client Secures the Largest C-Pace Financed Solar Project
Shipman & Goodwin represented Lesro Industries, Inc., a family-owned Connecticut manufacturing company in connection with the financing of the largest solar project financed by the Connecticut Green Bank’s, Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) program.
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