Wyatt is an associate in the Litigation Department. He represents clients in complex business disputes and high-stakes trust, estate, and fiduciary litigation throughout Connecticut and New York. Wyatt has experience in all stages of litigation, including critical motions, trials, and appeals, as well as in mediations and arbitrations.
Wyatt holds a B.A. from New York University and a J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law, from which he graduated in the top 10% of his class. He is a member of the Federal Bar Council; the Connecticut Supreme Court Historical Society; and the Connecticut, Fairfield County, and Greenwich bar associations.
Connecticut’s Celotex Problem: Preventing Unnecessary Trials by Revitalizing Summary Judgment, Connecticut Law Tribune (Feb. 14, 2018)
Opportunity and Danger: Conn. Statutes of Limitations Don’t Apply to Arbitration, Connecticut Law Tribune (Feb. 8, 2018)
Enforcing the Unenforceable Forum Selection Clause in Your Construction Contract, Connecticut Law Tribune (Dec. 1, 2016)
Strategic Removal & the Voluntary-Involuntary Rule, Connecticut Law Tribune (Aug. 15, 2016)
Impermissible Windfalls? Unemployment Insurance, Back Pay, and the Two Classes of Title VII Plaintiffs, 18 Connecticut Insurance Law Journal 307 (2012)