Trusted representation for businesses, public entities and individuals

Personal. Professional. Affordable.

Those three words pretty much sum up what you will experience when you obtain legal counsel from Mitchell & Sheahan, P.C.

We'll worry about your legal issues so you can stay focused.

From strategy and insight to guidance and resolution.

Our focus is on solving your problem.

When you've tried everything, or before you spend time trying everything.

Legal advice could save you more than time and costly mistakes.

Our primary AREAS of practice include:

Knowledgeable & Experienced Attorneys
Proudly Serving Westport, Stamford, New Haven, CT & the Surrounding Communities

At Mitchell and Sheahan, P.C. we understand the importance of skilled legal representation to achieve effective results. Our commitment to our clients is to focus on their best interest and to provide them with professional guidance and affordable legal counsel. We provide representation to clients throughout the Westport, Stamford, and New Haven, CT areas.

Founding principals, Bob Mitchell and Peg Sheahan, together have over 60 years of experience in employment law, labor relations, wrongful termination, litigation and trial practice, representing small and medium-sized businesses, public entities and individuals. Principal Gary Phelan is also a skilled and experienced (25 years) advisor and litigator in employment law matters. Their concentrated efforts and results in these areas lead to their continued recognition by highly-respected peer reviews such as Martindale-Hubbell®, Best Lawyers® and Super Lawyers® Magazine(1).

If you are seeking legal representation, choose recognized quality - Mitchell and Sheahan, P.C.
We proudly provide service for clients throughout Stamford, New Haven, Westport, CT and the surrounding communities.

News & Updates

Four Mitchell & Sheahan Attorneys Selected for 2019 “Connecticut Super Lawyers”®

Mitchell & Sheahan is pleased to announce that four of its attorneys have been recognized by Super Lawyers® for their work in the employment law and litigation arenas. Read More

Nov 05, 2019

by Margaret M. Sheahan Read More

Jul 24, 2019
White-collar overtime rules

How should Connecticut employers react to the proposed new federal rules on white-collar overtime exemptions? Not with panic, but not with a yawn, either. Read More

May 15, 2019
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