Proloy K. Das is the Chair of the Firm's Appellate Practice Group. In addition to appeals, he handles special litigation matters such as injunctions and declaratory judgment actions. Proloy has briefed and argued over fifty appeals in the Connecticut Appellate and Supreme Courts.
Some of his more prominent cases include:
Lawrence v. O&G Industries, Inc., et. al, 319 Conn. 641 (2015) (successfully represented power plant company before Supreme Court in defending against economic loss claims brought by uninjured displaced workers following construction site accident)
Republican Party of Connecticut v. Denise W. Merrill, 307 Conn. 470 (2012) (successfully represented GOP before Supreme Court in dispute over the order of political parties on Connecticut’s election ballots)
Town of Rocky Hill v. SecureCare Realty, 315 Conn. 265 (2014) (successfully represented town before Supreme Court in obtaining reversal of a trial court decision on sovereign immunity and zoning immunity claims by a state contractor)
Articles in the National Law Review database by Proloy K. Das