Attorney John J. Radshaw III is recognized as a dedicated and creative legal advocate. John’s litigation practice is wide and varied, more often than not including ones that other lawyers refused to handle because of novelty or complexity.
Building his experience after 10 years of practice at a mid-sized regional law firm after a start a small, local firm, John developed the reputation for taking the matters that didn’t fit in the comfortable practice areas of his colleagues. From adversary proceedings in bankruptcy court to antitrust litigation over water rights to civil rights claims over changes in municipal borders, Attorney John Radshaw has handled many unique cases in the state and federal courts in Connecticut.
Attorney Radshaw is a member of the American Bar Association, the Connecticut Bar Association, including the Federal Practice and Litigation Sections, the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association and a past member and treasurer of the New Haven Inn of Court (2004-8).