Partner Jeffrey Babbin quoted in Connecticut Law Tribune article

September 24, 2009
"Decisions With A Long Shelf Life," Connecticut Law Tribune, Vol. 35, No. 7

Attorney Jeffrey Babbin, the second incoming co-chair of the CBA's appellate advocacy section, said the exhaustive treatment in Nancy Burton v. Commissioner of Enviornmental Protection, is "for anyone who practices environmental law, at least for now, the new Bible to consult as to what claims" will amount to a substantive environmental claim.  "Justice Palmer, in a kind of academic way, tried to reconcile the entire line of cases under the Connecticut Environmental Protection Act in the Burton case."