Lenny Isaac has been practicing law as a civil trial litigator since he was admitted to the bar of the State of Connecticut in 1986. He is also a member of the United States District Courts for the District of Connecticut, the Southern District of New York, and the Eastern District of New York. Lenny is the founding member of Isaac Law Offices, LLC with offices in Farmington and Waterbury, Connecticut.
Lenny has a statewide practice in all trial courts, and has argued cases before the Appellate and Supreme Courts for the State of Connecticut. He has frequently litigated insurance coverage disputes, premises and general liability claims, complex product liability actions, substantial construction and commercial claims, fire loss claims, subrogation matters, and issues arising from automobile accidents. Lenny is well known for helping people who have been treated improperly by insurance companies.
Lenny received his J.D. in May 1986 from the University of California at Berkeley (Boalt Hall School of Law) where he was a legal research and writing instructor. While at Boalt he researched and drafted a comprehensive paper analyzing emerging trends and theories in insurer liability litigation. He attended his first year of law school at California Western School of Law where he was first in his class and received American Jurisprudence Awards in Civil Procedure, Contracts, and Legal Skills. He received his BA degree in Economics from State University of New York at Binghamton in 1980.
Lenny is active in the Connecticut Bar Association where he is currently Chair of the Insurance Program for Bar Committee. Lenny is also a member (and former Chair) of the Executive Committee of the Litigation Section, and a member of the Executive Committee of the Insurance Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. Lenny is a sustaining member of the Connecticut Bar Foundation, a member of the Waterbury Bar Association, and a member of the American Bar Association (Torts and Insurance Practices Group). Lenny also serves on the Board of Directors at Statewide Legal Services.
Prior to being a lawyer, Brian spent ten years in the insurance industry with a specialty in multiline claims adjusting. He received his J.D. in January 2012 from the University of Connecticut and was admitted to practice law in July 2012. After becoming a lawyer, he joined the plaintiffs' bar in order to help those in need of representation against insurance companies, founding a small firm in Branford, CT. Over the last four years, Brian gained a reputation across multiple practice areas, but has always maintained a focus on insurance-based disputes. It is this niche that brought him to Isaac Law Offices to share in a common goal of providing representation to those treated unfairly by insurance companies. This includes helping policyholders in coverage disputes as well as personal injury clients.
Brian maintains membership in the Waterbury County Bar Association, Connecticut Bar Association, American Bar Association, and Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association. He is admitted to practice in the state of Connecticut and the United States District Court - District of Connecticut.
Henry T. (“Ted”) Vogt has been an attorney since 1984. Prior to that time he worked as a journalist. He is a graduate of Amherst College and Villanova University School of Law and served as a law clerk to the Hon. John T. Elfvin (W.D.N.Y.). He is a member of the Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Vermont bars and is admitted to practice in the federal districts of Connecticut and Vermont.
Ted’s primary practice areas are arbitration, mediation, and commercial litigation. He is on arbitration panels for FINRA and the American Dispute Resolution Center, Inc. He lived and worked in Connecticut for many years before moving to Vermont where he now resides. Ted is a volunteer for the Green Mountain Club and The Nature Conservancy and is on the boards of directors for Holton Home, a residential care community in Brattleboro, VT, and the West Brookfield Village Trust. Ted is an amateur musician and enjoys hiking, bicycling, snow shoeing and cross country skiing whenever possible.
Elton (Bud) Harvey has been an attorney since 1986. His practice involves commercial and residential transactional matters and real estate litigation. Prior to entering into private practice in 1988, he owned his own title abstract company and was employed in the title insurance industry. He is an emeritus member and past Chair of the Executive Committee of the Connecticut Bar Association Real Property Section, a member of the Standardized Contract Subcommittee and the Residential Specialization Subcommittee. He is also a Fellow in the American College of Mortgage Attorneys.
Bud Harvey serves as an expert in real property matters before the Courts of the State of Connecticut. A frequent lecturer in real property matters, he also teaches real estate law, basic title searching, foreclosure and short sale classes as an adjunct faculty member of Manchester Community College and Naugatuck Valley Community College and for the GRI course offered by CT Realtors®. He is also an approved instructor for the National Association of Realtors Short Sale Course.
A resident of Enfield, Connecticut, when he is not playing old boy’s rugby for the Conn. Grey RFC, he assists the Connecticut Jammers Wheelchair Rugby Team, a team of quadriplegic athletes that compete in the Northeast division of the U.S. Quad Rugby Association.