authorized house counsel

Up until recently, in-house counsel at Connecticut companies could provide advice to their company without necessarily being admitted to practice law in Connecticut.  Well, I shouldn’t say that they "could" but until new in-house counsel rules were passed last year, there was a next-to-nothing likelihood that in-house counsel were going to be prosecuted for unauthorized practice

With blue skies and warm weather here (finally!), it’s easy to overlook some deadlines that are upcoming for employers in Connecticut.  One relates to those who have employees who have taken FMLA and the other relates to authorized house counsel at those companies. These deadlines won’t affect everyone, but for those who are covered, it’s

For years, there were lots of questions in Connecticut about whether attorneys who were not licensed to practice in Connecticut could work in-house (or directly) for Connecticut companies.  Some even ended up taking the bar exam again to ensure that they were complying with the rules.

New rules that go into effect January 1, 2008