Attorney John Radshaw has represented individuals, businesses, and local government in a broad spectrum of substantive areas involving litigation, including administrative law, anti-trust, appeals, bankruptcy, business and commercial disputes, civil rights, constitutional claims, employment, insurance coverage, police misconduct (law enforcement liability), professional negligence, and real estate (foreclosures, summary process, tax appeals and zoning). He has a special interest in acting as local counsel for out-of-state attorneys who bring or defend cases in the state and federal courts in Connecticut.
Attorney John Radshaw has appeared in federal and state trial courts throughout Connecticut and before administrative agencies such as the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, the Connecticut Siting Council, and various municipal boards and agencies. He has also appeared in the appellate courts of Connecticut and in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in a variety of cases.
Attorney John Radshaw is committed to the effective and efficient use of pretrial discovery and other procedural tools throughout all phases of litigation to keep matters on track while encouraging an atmosphere conducive to settlement where appropriate. In recognition that most litigated matters are settled before trial, Attorney Radshaw is also committed to the use of alternative dispute resolution when appropriate, and has experience in both mediation and arbitration.