- Neal Moskow, founding member of Ury & Moskow LLC of Fairfield, recently was elected co-chairman of the Trasylol Litigation Group at the American Association for Justice's annual meeting in San Francisco. As co-chairman, he will help educate the group's members about aspects of the Trasylol litigation.
The American Association for Justice, formerly known as the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, is the world's largest trial bar organization. Moskow's national leadership role in the Trasylol litigation has led to his involvement in depositions throughout the United States and in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
- Woodbury resident Joe Wrinn, vice president and partner of Goodfellow Ashmore CORFAC International in Danbury, is celebrating his 20th year with the commercial real estate firm, where he has completed more than 700 transactions valuing in excess of $500 million. Goodfellow Ashmore is celebrating its 75th anniversary.
During 2009, he has been the company's top producer, a distinction he has held for 15 of the past 16 years. A past Danbury chapter president of the Commercial Investment Division of the Connecticut Association of Realtors, Wrinn also is a member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors, the Greater Danbury Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and the Chamber's Small Business Advisory Council; he is also secretary of the Northwest Regional Workforce Investment Board.
Wrinn has a bachelor's degree from the University of Connecticut.
- Victor Chiarelli has joined Merrill Lynch as a financial adviser in its office at 1499 Post Road in Fairfield. A New Canaan native, Chiarelli brings more than eight years of experience in the financial services industry.
A graduate of Bryant University, he joined Merrill Lynch from Smith Barney, where he was a financial adviser and guided portfolio manager.
-- Richard Lee
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