Doing Business in Connecticut: Key Takeaways from the New LLC Act

Written by Kathryn Diehm on August 7, 2017

If you have a small business, you may be aware that the State of Connecticut recently updated its rules governing how LLCs operate (the “New CT LLC Act,” effective July 1)—and you may be wondering how, specifically, these changes will impact you and your business. The first thing to know about these updates: Most only … Continue reading Doing Business in Connecticut: Key Takeaways from the New LLC Act

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Shortened Form for Applying for Nonprofit Status

Written by Kathryn Diehm on December 16, 2015

In mid-2014 the IRS premiered a short-form version of the application for new charities applying for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status. The new application is a mere three pages long (as opposed to the full 31 page application) and will apply to nearly 70 percent of all new applicants. This is a common-sense approach that will help … Continue reading Shortened Form for Applying for Nonprofit Status

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Guest Blog Post at 341 Studios

Written by Kathryn Diehm on September 6, 2013

Kate Diehm wrote a guest blog post for 341 Studios‘ blog. The post includes information on the different kinds of trademarks and things to consider when developing your brand. The entire post can be seen here.

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John Hethington Honored

Written by Kathryn Diehm on January 28, 2013

State Senator Toni Boucher (R-26) honored John Hetherington in an op-ed in the Norwalk Hour, saying that he “elevated our system of government”. You can see the full text of the article here.  

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Darien Chamber of Commerce Annual Wine Tasting & Charity Auction

Written by Kathryn Diehm on October 12, 2012

Rucci Law Group, LLC is pleased to be the Red Wine Sponsor of the Darien Chamber of Commerce Annual Wine Tasting and Charity Auction.

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Major Changes in Estate and Gift Taxes Loom This Year

Written by Kathryn Diehm on September 10, 2012

John W. Hetherington and Brendan Froehlich co-authored a guest column in the New Canaan Advertiser regarding the uncertainty of estate and gift tax law. The complete article is available at The New Canaan Advertiser.

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John Hetherington to Participate in Forum on Homeowners’ Associations

Written by Kathryn Diehm on August 30, 2012

Representative John W. Hetherington (R-125) will participate in an open forum hosted by Plaza Realty & Management Corporation to discuss recent changes and issues impacting Homeowners’ Associations.  He will be joined by Representatives James Albis (D-99) and Gerald Fox III (D-146), the Assistant Majority Leader.  The forum will take place on Thursday, August 30, 2012 … Continue reading John Hetherington to Participate in Forum on Homeowners’ Associations

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John Hetherington Honored by New Canaan Republicans

Written by Kathryn Diehm on April 16, 2012

John Hetherington was honored by the New Canaan Republican Town Committee on Friday, April 13, 2012 at its sixth annual Lincoln Dinner.  Representative Hetherington has served as the representative for the 125th Assembly District since 2002. New Canaan Republican Town Committee to Honor Rep. Hetherington.

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Rucci Law Group Assists New Canaan

Written by Kathryn Diehm on March 27, 2012

Rucci Law Group is pleased to announce that we have been hired to advise the New Canaan Planning and Zoning Commission. For more details, please read the article at The Daily New Canaan.

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Marysue Rucci Named Vice President, Editor-in- Chief of Simon & Schuster

Written by Kathryn Diehm on March 23, 2012

We are pleased to share exciting news for a member of our Rucci Law Group Family: Marysue Rucci, Joe Rucci’s daughter, has been named Vice President and Editor-in-Chief of Simon & Schuster. From the Press Release: Marysue Rucci has been named Vice President, Editor-in-Chief of the Simon & Schuster adult trade imprint, it was announced … Continue reading Marysue Rucci Named Vice President, Editor-in- Chief of Simon & Schuster

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