Cohen and Wolf, P.C. attorneys frequently serve as local counsel for out-of-state attorneys both in litigation and in transactional matters.
Due to the firm’s extensive experience in Connecticut’s State and Federal courts, Cohen and Wolf, P.C. is often retained as local counsel on behalf of parties that need to bring suit or find themselves sued in Connecticut’s courts. In this capacity, Cohen and Wolf, P.C. attorneys assist out-of-state counsel in prosecuting and defending a wide variety of cases, including complex commercial disputes, securities fraud cases, insurance coverage disputes, toxic tort cases, RICO cases, ERISA matters, and employment matters. Based on the preferences of the client and out-of-state counsel, the firm can take on as expansive or as limited a role as a case requires.
On multi-state transactional matters, Cohen and Wolf, P.C. often serves as Connecticut counsel to render written opinions regarding the application of Connecticut law to the transaction. On multi-state financing transactions, in particular, Cohen and Wolf, P.C. attorneys render enforceability opinions and perfection opinions under Connecticut law, and provide guidance to "lead" counsel with respect to Connecticut-specific provisions required in the transaction documentation.
To retain Cohen and Wolf, P.C. as local counsel, or to learn more about the firm’s capabilities, please contact David A. Ball, Monte E. Frank, or Stuart M. Katz for litigation matters. For transactional matters, please contact David M. Levine or Mark A. Kirsch.