For more than 50 years, we have been driven by a desire to create opportunities for our clients, to resolve their issues and to advocate for their interests. Our differentiators are straightforward: We are guided equally by passion and pragmatism.

A boutique law firm with core competencies in land use, zoning and complex business litigation, we are nimble, free of the elbows and fee constraints of larger firms. By staffing matters leanly with highly skilled practitioners, there is no learning curve. In this way, our clients enjoy tremendous efficiencies in time and legal spend.

Our excellence in practice and dedication to client service have been shaped by the firm’s rich history, rooted in a collaborative culture in which attorneys and staff work with shared purpose to do and be our very best.


Commercial property insurance: Relief for business interruption due to COVID-19? (as published in the New Haven Register, Connecticut Post on February 21, 2021)

Home Care Agency Files Discrimination Lawsuit: Seeking ‘Caucasian Staff’: Company Sues Government and Contractor Over Alleged Racist Demands (as published in Connecticut LawTribune on October 29, 2020)

Home care agency files discrimination lawsuit Jon Lender: State’s home-care program has allowed requests for ‘Caucasian’ visiting aides with ‘no accent,’ lawsuit alleges (as published in Hartford Courant on October 29, 2020)

Fighting unfair trade practices against minority-owned businesses
(as published in Connecticut Post and New Haven Register on August 23, 2020).

Hurwitz Sagarin Slossberg & Knuff LLC attorneys selected for 27th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
(August 20, 2020)

Alternative dispute resolution: A robust option during COVID-19
(as published in the New Haven Register on July 12, 2020).

Lender liability in the time COVID-19
(as published in the New Haven Register on May 31, 2020).

Beware of scams amidst the pandemic
(as published in the New Haven Register, Market Matters, April 24, 2020).

Has COVID-19 nullified your business contracts?
(as published in the Hartford Business, March 31, 2020).

A Sea Change in Unfair Trade Practice Litigation on the Horizon?
(as published in the Connecticut Law Tribune, Soto v. Bushmaster, March 31, 2020).

Protecting Trade Secrets and Other Commercial Assets
(as published in the New Haven Register, Market Matters, March 22, 2020).

Procedures and Deadlines for Municipal Land Use During the COVID-19 Pandemic
(March 24, 2020).

Court Awards Over $1 million Dollars in Attorney’s Fees, Costs and Sanctions Under Lanham Act and Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act (“CUTPA”)
(January 9, 2018).

Appellate Court Affirms DEEP’s Decision To Revoke Operating Permit For Recycling Facility at 990 Naugatuck Avenue, Milford, Connecticut

Jeffrey Nichols Organizes Connecticut Visit and Lecture by Leading Peacebuilding Expert
(October 11, 2017).

Attorney Slossberg Presents at the CBA on Minefields and Opportunities in Pleading Claims under the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act (“CUTPA”)
(November 2, 2017).

Attorney David Slossberg Voted to become Chairman of the Board of the Connecticut Region of the ADL
(November 29, 2017).

Four HSSK attorneys selected tto 2016 Connecticut SuperLawyers list
(October 25, 2016).

Hurwitz Sagarin Slossberg & Knuff Llc Member David L. Belt Listed In 2017 Edition Of Best Lawyers In America
(August 15, 2016).