Wyatt is a Partner in the Litigation Department focusing on complex business and trust, estate, and fiduciary disputes.
Wyatt’s business litigation experience includes shareholder and membership disputes, trade secret and unfair competition claims, financial services industry matters, books and records litigation, and fraud and veil-piercing claims. Wyatt has also represented both fiduciaries and beneficiaries in a broad range of trust and estate disputes, including contested accounting and removal proceedings, breach of fiduciary duty claims, trust construction matters, foreign trust litigation, and undue influence and other inheritance disputes. Wyatt has trial and appellate experience in some of the largest such litigations in Connecticut, and has frequently handled matters involving issues of foreign law and first impression. He also regularly serves as local counsel for national and international law firms.
Wyatt is a member of the Connecticut Committee of the Federal Bar Council and the Connecticut, Fairfield County, and Greenwich bar associations. He graduated with a B.A. from New York University and with a J.D., with Honors, from the University of Connecticut School of Law. He has been recognized as a Connecticut Super Lawyer® Rising Star each of the years of 2018 through 2020 in the areas of business litigation and trust and estate litigation. See selection information at http://www.superlawyers.com/connecticut/selection_details.html
Publications & Presentations
When Offshore Trust Disputes Wash Up Onshore, ALI/ABA – Representing Estate & Trust Beneficiaries & Fiduciaries (June 2019)
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, 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)