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Nathan Shafner name Chairman CT Trial Lawyers

Attorney Nathan J. Shafner of Groton, Connecticut has been selected to serve as the Chairman of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers’ Association Workers’ Compensation section for the upcoming year. Shafner, an equity partner at the Groton law office of Embry Neusner Arscott & Shafner, LLC, has been a stalwart contributor to the workers’ compensation community for over thirty years.

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Attorney Christine Conley joins the ENA&S Team

The Law Office of Embry Neusner Arscott & Shafner, LLC is pleased to announce that Attorney Christine Conley has joined its Groton, CT law firm. A 2007 graduate from Western New England University School of Law, Attorney Conley will continue representing injured workers and their families in workers’ compensation, personal injury, and Social Security claims, offering legal services to victims of industrial accidents.

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Arscott invited to CT Bar Association

Amity Arscott has been invited to speak at the Connecticut Bar Association’s Annual Workers’ Compensation Retreat. The presentation will focus on protecting clients’ personal information and privacy in workers’ compensation matters.

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