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David M. Wallman

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Practice Areas

  • Appellate practice in state and federal courts
  • Business litigation
  • Commercial arbitration
  • Commercial litigation

Admitted

  • Connecticut, 1970
  • U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut, 1972
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, 2nd Circuit, 1975

Education

  • University of Connecticut, J.D.

Member

  • Stamford Bar Association
  • Connecticut Bar Association
  • Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association
  • American Trial Lawyers Association

Biography
Law Clerk to Honorable Jay E. Rubinow, Judge of the Connecticut Superior Court and Probate Court Administrator, 1970-1971. Pretrial Special Master, Connecticut Superior Court, 1995.

Cases

  • Karp v. Urban Redevelopment Commission of the City of Stamford, 162 Conn. 525, 294 A.2d 633 (1972) (Eminent Domain)
  • Allen v. Nissley, 176 Conn. 88, 405 A.2d 231 (1981) (Contract; Specific Performance)
  • Phares v. Phares, 1 Conn. App. 172, 469 A.2d 791 (1984) (Domestic Relations)
  • Garwood & Sons Construction Company, Inc. v. Centos Associates Limited Partnership, 8 Conn. App. 185, 511 A.2d 377 (1986) (Construction; Unjust Enrichment)
  • DeSalle v. A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc., 804 F.Supp. 436 (1992) (Securities Fraud)
  • CMG Realty of Connecticut, Inc. v. Colonnade One At Old Greenwich Ltd. Partnership, 36 Conn. App. 653, 653 A.2d 207 (1994) (Contracts; Preincorporation Obligations)
  • DeSalle v. Appelberg, 44 Conn. App. 323, 688 A.2d 1356 (1997) (Contracts; Civil Procedure)
  • DeSalle v. Appelberg, 60 Conn. App. 386, 759 A.2d 537 (2000) (Construction of Contracts)
  • Springfield Oil Services, Inc. v. Conlon, 77 Conn.App. 289, 823 A.2d 345 (2003) (Burden of Proof by Fiduciary; Assignment of Negotiable Instrument; Oil and Gas Venture)
  • Chila v. Stuart, 81 Conn.App. 458, 840, A.2d 1176 (2004) (Preincorporation Contracts, Standing)
  • Western Boot and Clothing Co., Inc. v. L’Enfance Magique, Inc., 81 Conn.App. 486, 840 A.2d 574 (2004)(Commercial Eviction, Commercial Sublease)
  • Merrick v. Cummin, 100 Conn. App. 664, 919 A. 2d 495 (2007) (Public Policy; Arbitration Award; Limited Partnership)
  • Vissa v. Pagano, 100 Conn. App. 609, 919 A. 2d 488 (2007) (Direct and Derivative Action Distinguished)
  • Halo Tech Holdings, Inc. v. Cooper, Slip Copy, 2008 WL 877156, D. Conn. (2008) (Long Arm Jurisdiction; Unfair Trade Practices; Venue; Aiding and Abetting Breach of Fiduciary Duty)

The Wallman Firm is conveniently located in Stamford and serves clients throughout Connecticut, including the towns of Darien, Greenwich, Stanford and New Canaan.