New Haven, Connecticut
One of Connecticut’s most well-known cities, New Haven is now the second largest city in Connecticut, just behind Bridgeport. New Haven, Connecticut is located in New Haven County near Milford, Hamden, Orange, Branford, Wallingford, Cheshire, Ansonia, North Haven, Guilford, Meriden, Naugatuck, Waterbury and West Haven. New Haven is Connecticut's second largest city and is a thriving area of business, art, technology, law firms, e-commerce and entertainment. New Haven has a rich history beginning with its founding in 1638 by English Puritans, which draws many people to the city to explore its history and culture.
New Haven's early planners created a "Nine Square Plan" comprised of a four-by-four grid as well as the historic New Haven Green. Aeton’s technology and software lawyers serve many startup businesses, entrepreneurs, early-stage technology companies which are located in New Haven around this 9th Square location. Collaborative programs, such as the Grove, have been established to offer co-working environments to startups and entrepreneurs. New Haven is also home of Startup Weekend New Haven which occurs several times each year.
Businesses in New Haven and the surrounding cities, such as Wallingford, Meriden and Milford, are large providers of innovation, software and technology advancements. New Haven's Yale University is a center of economic development and employment in the biotechnology, software, mobile app, health care, financial, legal and engineering businesses. Nearby Quinnipiac University, located in Hamden, has undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs and amongst others awards degrees in business, medical, nursing, and law.
New Haven has always been a site of important court cases and legal events. One of the most well-known cases is the Amistad trial, which involved the rebellion of Mende tribesmen, who were being transported on a Spanish slave ship. The trial for this court case was held in the New Haven's United States District Court.
A federal United States District Court, the Richard C. Lee U.S. Courthouse, is located at 141 Church Street, New Haven, CT 06510. The New Haven Superior Court is located at 235 Church Street, New Haven, CT 06510. Attorneys at Aeton Law Partners litigate many cases, including those involving business disputes, non-compete agreements and theft of trade secrets in the New Haven courts for clients from Milford, Hamden, East Haven, North Haven and the surrounding areas.
Aeton Law Partners is just a short drive from New Haven and is located at 101 Centerpoint Drive, Suite 105 in Middletown, Connecticut 06457. For more information about our firm or for directions, please call one of our Connecticut business attorneys at 860-724-2160.