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Thomas A. Gugliotti

Shareholder, Hartford

Thomas A. Gugliotti

860.548.2661
tgugliotti@uks.com
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Assistant:
Lisa Voorvaart

860.509.5350
lvoorvaart@uks.com

Thomas A. Gugliotti is a principal in the Firm’s Hartford office and is Chair of the Firm’s Creditors’ Rights practice.  Among his other accomplishments over nearly five decades of practice, Attorney Gugliotti takes great pride in his extensive involvement with the organized bar, as leader, mentor and advocate, and mediation.

 

 

  • J.D., cum laude, Suffolk University School of Law, Boston, MA, 1975

  • B.A., English, Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT, 1971

  • Connecticut Bar Association
    Commercial Law & Bankruptcy Section, Past Chair, Vice-Chair, Treasurer & Current Member Executive Committee
    Subcommittee on Bankruptcy Standards of Title Member
    Past Member, CBA House of Delegates
    Member, 2017-2018, Bankruptcy Pro Bono Rule Committee

  • Hartford County Bar Association
    Past President

    Chair, HCBA/University of Connecticut Law School, Legal Incubator Project

  • U. S. Bankruptcy Court, Hartford Division
    Member, Volunteer Panel of Mediators

    Member, Hartford Volunteer Mediation Rule Committee
    Member, 2017-2018
    Local Rules Drafting Committee

  • MERITAS Law Firms World Wide
    Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy Section

  • Town of Avon
    Past member, Board of Finance,
    Charter Revision Commission
    Member, Department of Education, Special Facilities Review Committee

  • State of Connecticut

  • U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut

  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts

  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York

  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New York

  • U.S. Supreme Court

  • Bankruptcy Considerations in Real Estate and other Issues

  • The Automatic Stay

  • The Proposed New Bankruptcy Standards of Title

  • Title to Real Property and Conveyancing in a Bankruptcy Context

  • Stopping the Strict Foreclosure Clock - an Update on the Canney Decision

  • Liens and Credit Issues in Bankruptcy

  • Co-author, Chapter 23 "Bankruptcy", Connecticut Foreclosures, Caron & Milne
  • Faculty Member: Fundamentals of Bankruptcy Law and Procedures in Connecticut, Sponsored by Lorman Education Services

  • Faculty Member: Hot Topics in Bankruptcy: Real Estate Title, Creditors’ Concerns, Preference Litigation and ADR in Connecticut, sponsored by Lorman Education Services

  • Faculty Member: An advanced Look at Connecticut Real Estate Law, Sponsored by National Business Institute

  • Moderator: Connecticut Bar Association Annual Year in Review, Commercial Law and Bankruptcy