Neyah Kane Bennett started his trial career as a prosecutor. As an Assistant... more
Neyah Kane Bennett started his trial career as a prosecutor. As an Assistant District Attorney, he was in the courtroom everyday. He tried numerous jury and non-jury cases to verdict and questioned hundreds of witnesses under oath in court proceedings. Immediately prior to co-founding Raymond and Bennett, he spent seven years practicing at one of Connecticut's largest litigation and trial firms... view profile
David has over fourteen years of experience advising large, mid-sized and early-... more
David has over fourteen years of experience advising large, mid-sized and early-stage companies on matters involving intellectual property including trademarks, copyrights patents and trade secrets, technology and software licensing, business formation, e-commerce and Internet-related legal issues and compliance. Having deep experience in technology licensing and IP matters, David is often ret... view profile
At B-Law, our clients appreciate quality representation from professionals they know... more
At B-Law, our clients appreciate quality representation from professionals they know and trust. We put our clients needs first and we communicate openly with our clients. Our client always knows what is happening on his matter and what to expect going forward. We approach each matter from the clients point of view - trying to understand where each client is coming from, and how we can meet his ... view profile
If you want to start, manage, transfer, or exit a business, you may benefit from a business attorney's services. Business attorneys have experience with many different industries and professional fields. If you are considering bankruptcy relief for your business, a business lawyer will also have the knowledge necessary to help you navigate your options for your business debt. Depending on your business and activities, you may need one or more type of business attorney.