Attorney Eric Duey is an associate attorney with Solimene & Secondo, LLP, who concentrates his practice on Workers Compensation Claims and general and premises liability.
Attorney Duey obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Connecticut with a B.A. in Political Science and economics. He graduated and received his J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 2017. While in Law School, he served as the Symposium Editor for the Connecticut Law Review, which published his Note on state taxation regimes in 2016. He interned for the Internal Revenue Service’s Office of Chief Counsel in their Large Business and International division for two summers, and as a member of the Advanced Low Income Taxpayer’s Clinic he represented clients before the IRS and before the federal tax court. Attorney Duey was admitted to the Connecticut Bar in 2017.
After graduating law school Attorney Duey worked for a small trusts and estates firm before joining Solimene & Secondo.