Kathleen Eldergill

Kathleen Eldergill (Manchester, Connecticut)

Kathleen Eldergill

Attorney in Manchester, CT
Small Claims Commissioner, State of Connecticut; Special Master, United States District Court for the District of Connecticut; serve as mediator (private) and arbitrator. Attended seminar: The Summit for Worker’s Rights. National Employment Lawyers Association, 2013 Annual Convention, June 26 — 29, 2013, Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel.
860-646-5606 860-646-5606
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Areas of Law

Areas of Law
  • Employment
  • Civil Rights
  • Personal Injury
  • Civil Litigation
  • Consumer Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Mediation (as mediator)
  • Arbitration (as arbitrator)
Ratings

Overall Client Rating

in Labor and Employment
 
5.0 out of 5.0
Communication Ability
5.0
Responsiveness
5.0
Quality of Service
5.0
Value for Money
5.0
  • Data based on 1 reviews
  • Recommended by 1 Client(s)
  • Last reviewed on 05/25/11
Posted by a Consumer on 05/25/11
5.0 out of 5.0
Ms. Eldergill is absolutely worth every penny. She is highly knowledgable in employment law. She responds to questions and concerns promptly.

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5.0 out of 5.0
  • Meets very high criteria of general ethical standards
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Experience & Credentials

Firm Details
Position
Member
Admission Details
Admitted in 1981, Connecticut and U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut
1983, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
1988, U.S. Supreme Court
Credit Cards Accepted
Additional Payment Information
Fixed Hourly Rates
Fixed Fees Available
Law School Attended
University of Connecticut
Class of 1981
J.D.
with high honors
University Attended
University of Connecticut
Class of 1975
B.A.
highest honors, Phi Beta Kappa
Birth Information
Born in 1953
Mount Kisco, N.Y., January 16, 1953
Associations & Memberships
Manchester Bar Association; Association of Trial Lawyers of America; Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association; Connecticut Employment Lawyers Association; National Employment Lawyers Association.
Bar Fellowship
American College of Trial Lawyers; Connecticut Bar Foundation, James W. Cooper Fellows Program.
Representative Cases
Kumah v. Brown, 130 Conn.App. 343 (Conn. App. 2011); Kumah v. Brown, 127 Conn.App. 254 (Conn. App.) certification granted, 300 Conn. 943 (2011); Friends of Animals, Inc. v. United Illuminating Co., 124 Conn. App. 823 (Conn. App. 2010); Piscottano v. Murphy, 511 T.3d 247 (2d Cir. 2007); Animal Rights Front, Inc. v. Jacques, 88 Conn. App. 358, 869 A.2d 679 (Conn. App.) certification denied, 273 Conn. 941, 942, 875 A.2d 42 (2005); DiCicco v. Voccola, 325 F.Supp.2d 85 (D.Conn.2004);Piscottano v. Murphy, 317 F.Supp.2d 97 (D.Conn. 2004); Sartor v. Town of Manchester, 312 F.Supp.2d 238 (D.Conn.2004); Town of Enfield v. Enfield Shade Tobacco, LLC, 265 Conn. 376, 828 A.2d 596 (2003); State v. Ball, 260 Conn. 275, 796 A.2d 542, 549 (2002); LaPointe v. Windsor Locks Board of Education, 162 F.Supp.2d 10 (D. Conn. 2001); Meyers v. Cornwell Quality Tools, Inc., 41 Conn. App. 19 (1996); Starr v. Commissioner of Environment Protection, 236 Conn. 722 (1996); Sadloski v. Manchester, 235 Conn. 637 (1995); Mazurek v. Wolcott Board of Ed., 849 F.Supp. 154 (D. Conn. 1994); Schnabel v. Tyler, 230 Conn. 735 (1994); Tyler v. Schnabel, 34 Conn. App. 216 (1994); Mazurek v. Wolcott Board of Ed., 815 F.Supp. 71 (D. Conn. 1993); Sadloski v. Manchester, 228 Conn. 79 (1993); Schnabel v. Tyler, 32 Conn. App. 704 (1993); State v. Ball, 226 Conn. 265 (1993); Starr v. Commissioner of Environmental Protection, 226 Conn. 358 (1993); Lester v. Resort Camplands International, Inc. 27 Conn. App. 59 (1992); Killingly v. Connecticut Siting Council, 220 Conn. 516 (1991); Double 1 Ltd. Partnership v. Plan & Zoning Comm. 218 Conn. 65 (1991); Preston v. Department of Environmental Protection, 218 Conn. 821 (1991); Concerned Citizens of Sterling v. Ct. Siting Council, 215 Conn. 474 (1990); Preston v. Connecticut Siting Council, 21 Conn. App. 85 (1990); Lewin v. United States Surgical Corporation, 21 Conn. App. 629 (1990); Preston v. Connecticut Siting Council, 20 Conn. App. 474 (1990); Zinker v. Doty, 907 F.2d 357 (2d Cir. 1990) and 637 F. Supp. 138 (D. Conn. 1986); Connecticut Light & Power Co. v. Dept. Pub. Utilities, 210 Conn. 349 (1989); Dorman v. Satti, 862 F.2d 432 (2d Cir. 1988) and 678 F. Supp. 375 (D. Conn. 1988); Brady v. Town of Colchester, 863 F.2d 205 (2d Cir. 1988); Frost v. Chromalloy Aero. Tech. Corp., 697 F. Supp. 82 (D. Conn. 1988); Sadlowski v. Manchester, 206 Conn. 579 (1988); United States v. Rosario, 820 F. 2d 584 (2d Cir. 1987); Rose v. Heintz, 671 F.Supp. 901 (D. Conn. 1987); Concerned Citizens of Sterling v. Town of Sterling, 204 Conn. 551 (1987); Mumford Cove Assn., Inc. v. Town of Groton 786 F. 2d 530 (2d Cir. 1986); State v. Ostroski, 201 Conn. 534 (1986); State v. Shifflett, 199, Conn. 718 (1986); Coollick v. Windham, 7 Conn. App. 142 (1986); State v. Stanley, 197 Conn. 309 (1985); State v. Pelletier, 196 Conn. 32 (1985); Acheson v. White, 195 Conn. 211 (1985); State v. McCulley 5 Conn. App. 612 (1985); Southland Corp. v. Vernon, 1 Conn. App. 439 (1984).

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Firm Address
Beck & Eldergill, P.C.
447 Center Street,
Manchester, CT 06040-3925
U.S.A.
Phone
860-646-5606
Fax
860-646-0054
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Kathleen Eldergill
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Beck & Eldergill, P.C.
447 Center Street,
Manchester, CT 06040-3925

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