Combining prudent legal skills and decisive advocacy with grassroots engagement and know-how. We don’t simply represent you – CT Compliance and Law partners with you to truly understand and achieve your goals.
At CT Compliance and Law Services, our clients are not just our clients – they are people, organizations and causes that we believe in and zealously advocate for.
The following are some of the areas in which Arnold practices:
Political Law – Campaign Finance & Election Law – Comprehensive campaign finance and election law practice, representing federal, state and local candidates and political committees (PACs, party committees and “super-PACs”). Help guide activities, monitor receipts and expenditures, and all activities the candidate/committee engages in to ensure legal compliance. This area is supplemented with a full compliance practice including account reconciliation and regulatory reporting with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) and/or State or municipal regulatory bodies.
Business Law – Formation and structuring, complex commercial contracts, leases, operating policies (e.g. employee manuals, etc.), vendor and consultant negotiations, etc.
Non-Profit Law – Arnold works with charitable and progressive non-profit organizations from formation to dissolution. He helps guide day-to-day activities to protect tax exempt status and/or effectively engage in lobbying or political activities when permitted and/or as desired. There are many types of not for profit (or tax exempt) organizations – we help you pinpoint what type is most beneficial for what your goals are, formally establish your organization, and guide your activities accordingly.
Liquor Law – Arnold can represent on- and off- premises sellers and distributors before regulatory bodies including the TTB (e.g. label approvals and enforcement actions) and state liquor control boards.
Wills and Other Testamentary Documents – Arnold works collaboratively with clients to ensure their true wishes are carried out, loved ones are taken care of, and proper disposition of property/assets occurs.