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Brendon P. Levesque

Of Counsel

 

Location: Manchester, Connecticut
Phone: 860-956-3071
Fax: 860-645-7900
Email: blevesque@bbsattorneys.com

Attorney Brendon P. Levesque’s practice focuses on appeals in state and federal courts in Connecticut, Professional Disciplinary Matters, Ethics Consultations and Bar Admissions, Civil Litigation, and Insurance Defense.

Attorney Levesque represents attorneys before grievance panels, in public hearings before the Statewide Grievance Committee, and in presentments and appeals. He also represents candidates for bar admission before the Bar Examining Committee. Attorney Levesque counsels clients as to compliance with the State of Connecticut Code of Ethics, and represents clients regarding complaints, investigations, and evaluations by the Office of State Ethics and before the Citizen’s Ethics Advisory Board. He presents seminars on risk management and ethics to law firms.  Attorney Levesque is a member of the Association of Professional Responsibility Lawyers.

APPEALS

Attorney Levesque represents clients in civil, family, and criminal appeals before the Connecticut Appellate Courts and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. He also represents clients on appeals in termination of parental rights cases. Attorney Levesque is a member of the Litigation Section of the Connecticut Bar. In January of 2008, Attorney Levesque was an adjunct professor at the University of Connecticut School of Law, co-teaching the Moot Court Interterm. He has co-taught Appellate Advocacy at UCONN School of Law with Attorney Wesley Horton since 2013.

CIVIL LITIGATION

Attorney Levesque handles civil litigation in Connecticut’s state and federal trial courts. He regularly represents companies, insurers, and individuals in trial matters ranging from personal injury to product liability. Attorney Levesque also consults with trial counsel in matters where there is a likelihood of an appeal.

Attorney Levesque co-authors the Connecticut Practice Book Annotated.  He also co-authors the Connecticut Juvenile Law book published by Thomson Reuters. He co-authored Connecticut Insurance Law with Attorneys Michael S. Taylor and Karen L. Dowd.

Attorney Levesque is co-author of “The Wheeler Court” with Attorney Horton for the Quinnipiac University Law Review, an article focusing on the Connecticut Supreme Court from 1910 through 1930. With Attorney Wesley W. Horton, he co-authored “The Maltbie Court” for the University of Connecticut Law Review (Vol. 39, No. 5, July, 2007). Attorney Levesque authored “Preparing for your first Appellate Argument” which was published in the Connecticut Lawyer, Vol. 18, No. 12 and co-authored two chapters of Attorney Horton’s book, “The History of the Connecticut Supreme Court,” Thomson/West, 2008.  He recently authored “The Development of the Right to Remain Silent,” with Attorney Scott T. Garosshen, which was published in the Journal of the Connecticut Supreme Court Historical Society, Volume IX. Reprinted with the permission of the Connecticut Supreme Court Historical Society.  (Connecticut Supreme Court Historical Society copyright, 2017).  In addition, Attorney Levesque has co-taught Appellate Advocacy at the University of Connecticut School of Law with Attorney Wesley W. Horton since 2013.

Brendon P Levesque head shot-2022.05.09

Areas of Practice

  • Appeals in state and federal courts in Connecticut
  • Professional Disciplinary Matters
  • Ethics Consultations and Bar Admissions
  • Civil Litigation
  • Insurance Defense

Bar Admissions

Distinctions

Education

Representative Cases

  • Wheeler v. Beachcroft, LLC (A.C. 44348)
  •  State v. Bemer, SC 20429, 2021 WL 4471162 (Conn. Sept. 29, 2021)
  •  State v. Bemer, SC 20195, 2021 WL 2965368 (Conn. July 14, 2021)
  •  Clements v. Aramark Corp., No. 20167, 2021 WL 2603187 (Conn. June 24, 2021)
  • DeLeo v. Equale & Cirone, LLP, 202 Conn. App. 650, cert. denied, 336 Conn. 927 (2021)
  •  Alpha Beta Cap. Partners, L.P. v. Pursuit Inv. Mgmt., LLC, 198 Conn. App. 671, 234 A.3d 997 (2020)
  • Lyme Land Conservation Tr., Inc. v. Platner, 334 Conn. 279 (2019)
  •  Bilbao v. Goodwin, 217 A.3d 977 (Conn. 2019)
  •  Mayer-Wittmann v. ZBA, 333 Conn. 624 (2019)
  • Alpha Beta Capital Partners, L.P. v. Pursuit Investment Management, LLC, 193 Conn. App. 381 (2019)
  • Demond v. Project Serv., LLC, 331 Conn. 816 (2019)
  • Jordan v. Biller, 184 Conn. App. 848 (2018)
  • Disciplinary Counsel v. Hickey, 328 Conn. 688 (2018)
  • Deleo v. Equale and Cirone, LLP, 180 Conn. App. 744 (2018)
  • In re Egypt, 327 Conn. 506 (2018)
  • State v. Boykin, 179 Conn. App. 175 (2018)
  • Deane v. Kahn, 179 Conn. App. 58 (2018)
  • Cusano v . LaJoie, 178 Conn. App. 605 (2017)
  • Gabriel v. Gabriel, 324 Conn. 324 (2016)
  • Marciano v. Jimenez, 324 Conn. 70 (2016)
  • Keller v. Keller, 323 Conn. 398 (2016)
  • Doe v. Boy Scouts of America
  • Corp., 323 Conn. 303 (2016)
  • Keller v. Keller, 167 Conn. App. 138, cert. denied, 323 Conn. 922 (2016)
  • In re Egypt E., 322 Conn. 231 (2016)
  • Chowdhury v. Masiat,161 Conn. App. 314 (2015)
  • Kumah v. Brown, 160 Conn. App. 798 (2015)
  • Keller v. Keller, 319 Conn. 906 (2015) (granting cert. as to 158 Conn. App. 538)
  • First Am. Title Ins. Co. v. 273 Water St., LLC, 157 Conn. App. 23 (2015)
  • Caraballo v. Elec. Boat Corp., 315 Conn. 704 (2015)
  • Brody v. Brody, 315 Conn. 300 (2015)
  • In re Gabriella A., 154 Conn. App. 177 (2014), cert. denied, 315 Conn. 914 (2015)
  • State v. Lopez, 153 Conn. App. 864 (2014)
  • Cunniffe v. Cunniffe, 150 Conn. App. 419, cert. denied, 314 Conn. 935 (2014)
  • Greenan v. Greenan, 150 Conn. App. 289, cert. denied, 314 Conn. 902 (2014)
  • Historic District Commission of the Borough of Fenwick, 152 Conn. App. 161, cert. denied, 214 Conn. 933 (2014)
  • Holth v. Chelsea Groton Bank, 143 Conn. App. 732, cert. denied, 310 Conn. 911 (2013)
  • Tuckman v. Tuckman, 308 Conn. 194 (2013)
  • In re Messiah S., 138 Conn. App. 606, cert. denied, 307 Conn. 935 (2012)
  • DiPietro v. Farmington Sports Arena, LLC, 306 Conn. 107 (2012)
  • Myles v. Myles, 136 Conn. App. 483 (2012)
  • In Re Alba P.-V., 135 Conn. App. 744 (2012)
  • In Re Destiny R., 134 Conn. App. 625 (2012)
  • In Re Brian T., 134 Conn. App. 1 (2012)
    Francis v. Fonfara, 303 Conn. 292 (2012)
  • Yeager v. Alvarez, 302 Conn. 772 (2011)
  • In Re Luciano B., 129 Conn. App. 449 (2011)
  • RMM Consulting v. Riordan, 128 Conn. App. 688 (2011)
  • In Re Jasmine, 121 Conn. App. 376 (2010)
  • Butts v. Bysiewicz, 298 Conn. 665 (2010)
  • Foley v. State Elections Enforcement Comm’n, 297 Conn. 764 (2010)
  • State v. Roger B., 297 Conn. 607 (2010)
  • Sequenzia v. Guerrieri Masonry, Inc., 298 Conn. 816 (2010)
  • State v. Hankerson, 118 Conn. App. 380 (2008)
  • Gambardella v. Apple Healthcare, Inc., 291 Conn. 620 (2009)
  • State v. Hasfal, 106 Conn. App. 199 (2008)
  • Corcoran v. Bysiewicz, 46 Conn. L. Rptr. 300 (2008)
  • Simms v. Simms, 283 Conn. 494 (2007)
  • Contractor’s Supply of Waterbury, LLC v. Commissioner of Environmental Protection, 283 Conn. 86 (2007)
  • State v. Adgers,101 Conn. App. 123 (2007), cert. denied, 283 Conn. 903 (2007)
  • Ramin v. Ramin, 281 Conn. 324 (2007)
  • Economos v. Liljedahl Bros, Inc., 279 Conn. 300 (2006)
  • Gurguis v. Frankel, 93 Conn. App. 162, cert. denied, 277 Conn. 916 (2006)
  • Gingras v. Avery, 90 Conn. App. 585 (2005)