Attorney Martin Gould practices in the areas of Estate planning, Probate and Will contests, Family, Real Estate, Commercial litigation, Appellate law, Arbitration, Business Law, and Labor and Employment Law, and General Litigation. He has a wide range of clients from individuals to international corporations, and draws on his many years as a general practice attorney to tailor his counsel to the specific needs of his clients. Attorney Gould has the depth of knowledge which enables him to assist clients with needs ranging from complicated corporate transactions and litigation to an individual estate plan, real estate purchase or divorce.
Attorney Martin Gould received his L.L.M. from Harvard University in 1966, an L.L.B. from Boston University School of Law, cum laude in 1965, and B.A. from Boston University in 1962.
He is admitted to the Connecticut Bar, the U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. Tax Court.
Attorney Gould is also a member of the Hartford County, Connecticut and American Bar Associations and the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association. He also serves as a neutral arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association and the American Dispute Resolution Center, which gives him a wide reaching perspective in representing clients in the arbitration process.
While at Boston University, Attorney Gould was an Editor of the Boston University Law Review; and is the author of “Termination of Trusts,” Boston University Law Review, Vol. XLIII, page 562 and “The Rejection and Funding of Teacher Contracts in Connecticut,” Connecticut Law Review, Vol. 9, page 608.
The following are a sampling of the reported cases that Attorney Gould has handled:
- Martin A. Gould v. Freedom of Information Commission, et al, 314 Conn. 802. (2014);
- Connecticut Carpenters Benefit Funds v. Burkhard Hotel Partners II, LLC, 83 Conn. App. 352, 849 A.2d 922 (2004);
- Bleiler v. Cristwood Construction Company, Inc., et al, 72 F.3d 13 (2d Cir. 1995),
- 19 Employee Benefit Cases, 2356 and Pension Plan Guide, p. 23915;
- Torosyan v. Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc., 234 Conn. 1, 662 A.2d 89, (1995);
- Monroe v. Crandall, 3 Conn. App. 214, 486 A.2d 657 (1985);
- Tucker v. Norfolk Bd. of Education, 177 Conn. 572, 418 A.2d 933 (1979);
- Board of Education v. Frey, 174 Conn. 578, 392 A.2d 466 (1978);
- McTigue v. New London Education Assn., 164 Conn. 348, 321 A.2d 462 (1973).