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Fletcher Thomson

Location: Hartford, CT US
Website: http://t.co/bZrmSkpzAb


Hartford, Connecticut based attorney tweeting on interesting developments in Connecticut and Federal court cases, as well as Connecticut, national and international law, news and politics. Linkedin Bio: http://www.linkedin.com/in/fletcherthomson Martindale Bio: http://martindale.com/Fletcher-C-Thomson/2818603-lawyer.htm Practice Areas: Business Litigation; Trade Secret / IP Litigation; Products Liability Defense; International Law Education: University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D., 2001; Trinity College Dublin School of Law, Dublin, Ireland, LL.M., 2002, Lafayette College, B.A., with honors, 1998 Memberships: Hartford County (Member, Ethics Committee), Massachusetts, New York State and Connecticut (Member, Young Lawyers Section Executive Committee, Technology Law Chair; Member, International Law Section Executive Committee; Member, Federal Practice, Litigation, Intellectual Property, Technology and Int'l Law & Practice Sections) Bar Associations; Defense Research Institute. Biography: Pi Sigma Alpha. Treasurer, Connecticut Student Bar Association, 1999-2000. Member, Dublin University Law Society, 2001-2002. Member, Connecticut Moot Court Board, 1999. Recipient, CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Statutory Interpretation, 2000. Administrative Editor, Connecticut Insurance Law Journal, 2000-2001. Member, Editorial Board, Trinity College Law Review, 2001-2002. Author, "The EC Merger Regulation, GE/Honeywell and MCI/WorldCom/Sprint: An Analysis of American Mergers Blocked by the European Commission," LL.M. Thesis, Dublin: Trinity College, 2002. Co-Author: "The Defense Counsel Disclosure Dilemma," New Hampshire Bar News, September 22, 2000; "Hot Issues in Welding Rod Litigation: A Primer on the Legal and Medical/Scientific Issues," International Tele-Seminar, DRI Product Liability Committee, March 8, 2005; Dur-A-Flex, Inc. v. Laticrete Int'l, Inc., 2010 (obtained largest jury verdict in Connecticut history, $50.5 million trade secrets judgment).