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Hartford Commercial Bankruptcy Lawyer
About Walter E. Paulekas
Current Employment Position(s)
- Managing Partner
- Commercial Bankruptcy
- Lender Liability
- Environmental Defense
- Lending Institutions
- Connecticut, 1986
- U.S. Federal Courts, 1986
- U.S. District Court District of Connecticut
- U.S. Court of Appeals 2nd Circuit
- Supreme Court of the United States of America
- Western New England University School of Law, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1986
Law Review: WNEC Law Review, Member
- U.S. Military Academy at West Point , 1978
B.S. in Civil Engineering
280 Trumbull Street Hartford, CT 06103
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