The company, which is also known as CBK Law, describes itself as having a national experience base with its lawyers representing some of the bigger firms in the US.
It is based in Fairfield, Connecticut, and has an office in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The main lawyers are managing partner John Kaiser, partner Catherine Creager, Fairfield town attorney James Baldwin, Of Counsel Kevin Coles and Of Counsel Martin McCann.
According to Wikipedia, of counsel is the title of an attorney in the US legal profession who often has a relationship with a law firm or an organisation, but is neither an associate nor partner.
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Some of the clients of CBK Law, past and present, listed on its website are: Admiral Insurance Company, Aetna Casualty & Surety Co., American Red Cross, Bechtel Corporation, Business Training Systems, Inc., Christian Life Church, City of Middletown, City of Milford, City of Shelton, CNA Insurance Companies, Connecticut Interlocal Risk Agency, and Crawford and Company.
Others listed are CVS Corporation, FirstPlace Software, Inc., Hecht & Company, iProspect.com, Inc., East Hartford Housing Authority, Exeter Insurance Company, Fleet Bank, H.E. Palmer Inc., Housing Authority Risk Retention Group, Hughes Design, Inc., Investors Insurance Group, Liberty Mutual Ins. Co., The MacDonald Companies, Marriot Casualty Claims, Maxum Specialty Insurance Group and May Company Dept. Stores.
Also on the list are National Union Insurance Company, Pentagon City Mall, Peoples Bank, Premier Graphics, Inc., Publish Media, LLC, a Division of International Data Group, RSKCo, Safeco Insurance Company, Sam's Club, Sedgwick James of CT, Inc., Southern Management, Summit Bank, Torrington Housing Authority, Town of Fairfield, Town of Manchester, Town of Monroe, Town of Trumbull, W.B. Harrigan Investments, Wethersfield Housing Authority and ZonRe-USA, LLC.
iTWire has contacted the company for comment.