Author: William Lalor

Starting a Small Business?  Don’t Forget the Legal Stuff

Starting a Small Business? Don’t Forget the Legal Stuff

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When a small business is being conceived, it can be tempting for owners and investors to race past entity formation, legal, and liability issues. Those issues can be a drag. They don’t inspire anyone, and no one starts a new business expecting ideas, business models, or relationships ...
Election 2018:  Wilton Republicans’ Platform

Election 2018: Wilton Republicans’ Platform

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GOOD Morning Wilton has invited the chairs of both the Republican Town Committee and the Democratic Town Committee to present their platforms to readers. Here, William Lalor, chair of the RTC, offers his thoughts on the Republican slate in Election 2018. As Wilton voters head to the p ...
Education Law Perspective:  CT Law, Bullying and You

Education Law Perspective: CT Law, Bullying and You

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True story:  When I was in second grade (in the gritty world of East Setauket, Long Island), recess was after lunch on a big lawn with a hill where kids often played soccer. And at lunch, there was a fearsome, fourth-grade kid who circulated among the tables demanding other kids’ tater t ...
An Introduction and a Perspective on Education Law

An Introduction and a Perspective on Education Law

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GOOD Morning Wilton welcomes a new contributor, Wilton resident and attorney William Lalor, whose practice includes education and employment law, among other areas. He'll be sharing his thoughts on those topics periodically in ways that we hope will help our readers, and we're looking fo ...
The Wilton Republican Platform

The Wilton Republican Platform

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William Lalor is the RTC Chair. Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 7, and Wilton voters will be deciding a handful of contested seats, including on the Board of Selectmen, Board of Education, and Planning and Zoning Commission. The Republican-endorsed candidates bring a wealth of experienc ...
OPINION:  AROD, Wilton and the Time Space Continuum

OPINION: AROD, Wilton and the Time Space Continuum

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Last weekend I was enjoying a very brief, kid-free Me-Party at Connecticut Coffee when two women sat down at the next table, talking about AROD. Like a lot of people, I am more sick of Wilton’s AROD than I was around this time last year of the cheating, doofus NY Yankee. And from ever ...
Pinewood Derby Races Through Wilton

Pinewood Derby Races Through Wilton

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The members of Wilton's Cub Scout Pack 17 are 1st-5th graders who meet monthly as a group of about 100 boys, and again separately during the month in their smaller “dens,” groups of 6-8 boys organized according to age–Tiger Cubs (1st graders), Wolves (2nd graders), Bears (3rd graders), W ...
OPINION:  Save 44 Westport Road! And Save Us from 8-30g!

OPINION: Save 44 Westport Road! And Save Us from 8-30g!

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The following is an op-ed submitted by Wilton resident, Bill Lalor. Now that summer vacations are almost over, so is Wilton’s vacation from Patrick Downend and his lawyers. Downend is the developer who, in his magnanimity, is readying his trusty bulldozer to tear down the historic old ...
OP ED:  Why Just One Sport?

OP ED: Why Just One Sport?

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The following is an editorial submitted by reader William Lalor. Now that soccer season is coming to a close – wait! – Soccer isn't over?  What’s this? Winter soccer clinic? Spring soccer? Soccer birthdays? My son is 6, and my daughter is 4.  Maybe both of them are nascent soccer p ...