Aaron focuses his practice on employment and labor law, workers’ compensation, insurance coverage and non-medical professional liability. He represents insurance companies in litigation disputes and advises employers on breach of contract, wrongful termination, discrimination and sexual harassment claims. In addition, he counsels clients on wage and hour matters, family and medical leave and sick leave matters. Aaron also has extensive experience representing corporate entities and business owners in employment-related litigation.
Prior to joining Litchfield Cavo LLP, Aaron practiced law at a mid-sized law firm in New Haven, Connecticut, focusing primarily in management-side employment defense litigation and handling a broad range of employment law issues.
After earning his law degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law, Aaron served as a law clerk at the Connecticut Appellate Court to the following judge trial referees: the Honorable Lubbie Harper, Jr., Thomas A. Bishop and Stuart D. Bear. During his clerkship, he supported judges by drafting appellate decisions and conducted extensive research on issues concerning civil and criminal appeals that were argued before the Appellate Court.
While attending law school, Aaron served as the assistant managing editor of the student-run, bi-annual Connecticut Journal of International Law that features articles on a variety of international law topics. In addition, he authored a student note titled, “International IP: Harmonizing the Protection of Graphical User Interfaces” (33 CONN. J. INT’L L. 137).