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|Associate||Robert Fortgang Associates, LLC||2008 - Present|
|Western New England College School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|
|Central Connecticut State University||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|
Posted by Jen
Sarah is very professional and a true advocate. She helped me through one of the most stressful points in my life. Sarah returns emails or phone calls within the hour consistently, which is so very important when someone is dealing with an employment issue.
Posted by Don
Sarah did a wonderful job with my case. She always kept in contact and provided me as much information as she could at any given time. She changed my whole outlook on I how I perceived working with a lawyer would be. I strongly recommend choosing her if you want to feel cared for and get the results you want
Posted by Michele
Both Sarah and Rob were great lawyers, they made me feel very comfortable with a very uncomfortable situation. Always professional, but down to earth and real people. Gave me the confidence I needed to get through this experience. In the end all went well and I am very grateful to them both for all the hard work they did on my behalf. I would and have highly recommended them to others with issues similar to mine. I would not hesitate to go to them if ever again I find myself in a similar situation.
Robert Fortgang, Employment and labor Attorney
Relationship: Supervised lawyer
At the time of this writing I have had the privilege of supervising Attorney Chipman’s work for over two years. We have worked together on numerous client matters from arbitrations and administrative hearings, to litigation of complex employment law cases. Whether we are litigating in state or federal courts in Connecticut or Massachusetts, Sarah has proven herself to be one of the bright legal minds who brings with her into every client and peer relationship a focused depth of knowledge, and an awesome ability to persuade that few in our profession possess.