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William N. Wright

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BACKGROUND

William N. Wright is an Associate in Cummings & Lockwood's Litigation Group and is based in the Stamford office

Will primarily practices in the areas of commercial litigation and trust and probate litigation. 

He represents individuals and institutional clients in a broad range of matters, including breach of contract actions, partnership disputes, employment cases, trust and will contests, lease disputes and other real estate matters as well as tax appeals involving both residential and commercial properties.

PRACTICE AREAS

EDUCATION

  • University of Connecticut School of Law (J.D., with honors, 2008) Connecticut Law Review, Editor
  • Boston College (B.A., 2005)

BAR ADMISSIONS

  • New York, 2011
  • Connecticut, 2008

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

  • The Raymond E. Baldwin American Inn of Court

MATTERS

  • Represented a Fortune 500 corporation in its commercial tax appeal resulting in a multimillion dollar reduction in assessment
  • Obtained a summary judgment on behalf of a neighborhood association against a resident in a dispute involving the construction of a new home
  • Represented a developer in an appeal involving a multimillion dollar turnover order before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Represented multiple clients in appeals before the Connecticut Appellate and Supreme Courts

Associate

Stamford

T 203.351.4677

F 203.708.3892

wwright@cl-law.com

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BACKGROUND

William N. Wright is an Associate in Cummings & Lockwood's Litigation Group and is based in the Stamford office

Will primarily practices in the areas of commercial litigation and trust and probate litigation. 

He represents individuals and institutional clients in a broad range of matters, including breach of contract actions, partnership disputes, employment cases, trust and will contests, lease disputes and other real estate matters as well as tax appeals involving both residential and commercial properties.

Education
  • University of Connecticut School of Law (J.D., with honors, 2008) Connecticut Law Review, Editor
  • Boston College (B.A., 2005)
Bar Admissions
  • New York, 2011
  • Connecticut, 2008
Professional Organizations
  • The Raymond E. Baldwin American Inn of Court
Matters
  • Represented a Fortune 500 corporation in its commercial tax appeal resulting in a multimillion dollar reduction in assessment
  • Obtained a summary judgment on behalf of a neighborhood association against a resident in a dispute involving the construction of a new home
  • Represented a developer in an appeal involving a multimillion dollar turnover order before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Represented multiple clients in appeals before the Connecticut Appellate and Supreme Courts