MUNICIPAL DISTRESS has been a growing phenomenon across the United States in recent years. Cities and towns, both large and small, have struggled to eliminate structural deficits, fund pension and health care legacy obligations, reinvest in infrastructure, and continue to provide municipal services that citizens expect and deserve. Our own State of Connecticut’s fiscal troubles challenge our communities to become more self-reliant. Now, more than ever, Connecticut municipalities must understand the legal and operational strategies available to them to face these fiscal challenges.
Alvarez & Marsal and Day Pitney LLP in cooperation with UConn School of Law are proud to present three discussion panels that will benefit Connecticut’s municipal and K-12 school district leaders, as well as members of the professional legal and financial community, in facing these threats.
This program is eligible for 2.5 NY CLE credits or 2.0 CT CLE credits.