Thomas J. Londregan


Location: New London, Connecticut

Phone: 860-910-1054

Fax: 860-444-6103

Email: Email Me

Attorney Thomas J. Londregan has been a member of the Connecticut Bar since 1969. He was recently elected a 2013 Fellow of the Connecticut Bar Foundation James W. Cooper Fellows Program. Attorney Londregan is often involved in representing developers, both residential and commercial, throughout southeastern Connecticut. He is counsel to the Southeastern Connecticut Homebuilders Association and a regular contributor to its newsletter. In representing developers he appears before planning and zoning commissions and inland/wetlands commissions throughout New London County on a regular basis. Attorney Londregan is the Director of Law for the City of New London and the Town Attorney for the Town of Stonington. He advises municipal officials on a daily basis on a wide spectrum of issues that face municipalities. He litigates cases for the firm's municipal and private clients on issues involving municipal law, administrative law, real estate and contract law. He handles construction litigation both in state court and in arbitration proceedings. Attorney Londregan has argued nine cases before the Connecticut Appellate Court and six cases before the Connecticut Supreme Court. Edward P. Vallerie, et al. v. Town of Stonington, 253 Conn. 371 (2000); Malcolm Robertson v. Town of Stonington, 253 Conn. 255 (2000); Kroll v. Sebastian, 58 Conn. App. 262 (2000); New Milford Block v. Grondahl, 51 Conn. App. 454 (1999); Branch v. Occhionero, 239 Conn. 199 (1996); Harrall-Michalowski v. Shippee, 40 Conn. App. 613 (1996); M. DeMatteo Construction Co. v. City of New London, 236 Conn. 710 (1996); H H Holding Co. v. Board of Tax Review, 37 Conn. App. 917 (1995); Honan v. Greene, et al, 37 Conn. App. 137 (1995); Carpenteri-Waddington, Inc. v. Commissioner of Revenue Services, 234 Conn. 355 (1994); Fromer v. Lombardi, et al, 33 Conn. App. 910 (1993); Fromer v. Reynolds Metals Development Company; Gardiner vs. Conservation Commission, 222 Conn. 98 (1992); New London vs. Zoning Board of Appeals, 29 Conn. App. 402 (1992); Caltabiano vs. Phillips, 23 Conn. App. 258 (1991); Phillips vs. Palakewitz, 17 Conn. App. 476 (1989); Caltabiano vs. Salem Planning & Zoning, 211 Conn. 662 (1989); Filosi vs. Hawkins, 1 Conn. App. 634 (1984); Powers vs. Powers, 186 Conn. 8 (1982). In addition to his extensive trial experience, he serves as a Trial Court Judge at the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court and lectures in the field of Indian Law. Attorney Londregan is admitted to the Connecticut state and federal courts and is a member of the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association.

Areas of Practice

  • Municipal Law
  • Administrative Law
  • Real Estate
  • Contract Law
  • Construction Litigation
  • Arbitration
  • Trusts
  • Estate Planning
  • Probate

Bar Admissions

  • Connecticut, 1969
  • U.S. District Court District of Connecticut
  • U.S. Court of Appeals 2nd Circuit

Representative Cases


  • Lecturer, Indian Law

Honors and Awards

  • Elected 2013 Fellow of the Connecticut Bar Foundation James W. Cooper Fellows Program
  • Professional Associations and Memberships
  • Connecticut Bar, Member, 1969 - Present
  • Southeastern Connecticut Homebuilders Association, Counsel
  • City of New London, Director of Law
  • Town of Stonington, Town Attorney
  • Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court, Trial Court Judge
  • Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, Member