Owen P Eagan concentrates his practice in areas like Civil and Criminal Litigation at both State and Federal levels, Probate Law and Litigation, Corporate Law, Personal Injury, Civil Rights, both Commercial and Residential Real Estate Matters, Construction, and Contract, and Employment, claims. He is a partner and attorney at the law firm, Eagan, Donohue, Van Dyke & Falsey, LLP, located in West Hartford, Connecticut.
He secured the admission to practice in the Connecticut bar in 1986. He also has the permission to practice at the federal district court of Connecticut and Second Circuit Court of Appeals.
He also has the membership of the Connecticut Bar Association.and the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association. He also serves as the Commissioner of the Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission.
Owen Eagan completed Bachelor of Arts in 1982 from the College of Arts & Sciences at the Wesleyan University. He earned his Juris Doctorate in 1985 from the Georgetown University Law Center.
He believes in maintaining a good attorney-client relationship. He works actively with clients to achieve their legal goals. He maintains open and honest communications with clients and promptly responds to calls.
The Connecticut Magazine named him in the Top Attorneys In Connecticut in 2014. The Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information bestowed him with a Bice Clemow Award in 2015.
Attorney Eagan has served as a State Marshal Training Instructor at the Connecticut State Marshal Commission in 2004, 2007, 2012, and 2015. He serves as the Commissioner of the Connecticut Freedom of Information Commission since 2009 and its Chairman since 2013.
In the initial years of his legal career, he worked as a Law Clerk to U.S. Administrative Law Judge G. Marvin Bober, Washington, D.C., and then to the U.S. Magistrate Judge F. Owen Eagan.
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