Brown & Welsh Partner Named To Law Revision Commission

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Uniform Commercial Code expert appointed to Connecticut Law Revision Commission to help conduct an ongoing review of Connecticut Law and recommend appropriate revisions to antiquated, unconstitutional, and inequitable laws.

The progressive development of the law concerns all people and it must be done on a continuous basis.

Thomas J. Welsh, Esq. of Brown & Welsh, P.C. has been appointed, by the Connecticut Speaker of the House of Representatives, to a four year term as a Commissioner of the Connecticut Law Revision Commission. The Law Revision Commission conducts an ongoing review of Connecticut Law and recommends appropriate revisions to antiquated, unconstitutional, and inequitable laws. The Commission assists the Judiciary Committee of the General Assembly and other legislative and executive bodies on specific revision proposals and solicits the expertise of numerous state legal authorities and experts in arriving at its recommendations.

“The work of the Commission is important to the justice system and the people of the State of Connecticut,” said Mr. Welsh. While Mr. Welsh’s practice primarily involves commercial issues and business law issues, he looks forward to working on other issues as well. “The progressive development of the law concerns all people and it must be done on a continuous basis.” Mr. Welsh is also a member of the American Law Institute, a national organization pursuing similar activities.

Brown & Welsh has a national reputation in business law (domestic and international) and related litigation, arbitration and mediation, including contracts, Uniform Commercial Code (sale of goods, promissory notes, electronic transfer of funds, letters of credit and security interests), real estate, bankruptcy, and computer law (including domain name disputes and identity theft).

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