About The Authors

About The Authors

Katherine Scanlon and Peter Vodola, partners  at Reardon Scanlon LLP, are commercial litigators who have received national recognition for their experience representing clients in litigation relating to structured settlement annuities and life settlements. Kathy and Pete regularly counsel clients on how to avoid liability relating to secondary market issues in matters from Connecticut to California.

Additionally, Kathy has broad experience in commercial litigation including lawsuits involving life insurance disputes, annuity products and ERISA. Kathy is also an accomplished appellate lawyer, with experience in federal and state appellate courts in various jurisdictions.

Kathy is a graduate of the University of Connecticut (B.A.) and the University of Connecticut School of Law (J.D.). After graduating law school, she served as a Law Clerk at the Connecticut Appellate Court.

Pete’s practice involves a wide variety of commercial litigation in federal and state courts throughout the country.  He has successfully represented clients in trial and appellate court matters involving issues of Constitutional law, commercial contract law and insurance. Pete’s annuity litigation experience includes: representing clients in matters involving bankruptcy, class action claims, broker rebating and short-changing claims. Pete is a frequent publisher on topics relating to; life insurance, annuity products and the secondary market. A former newspaper editor and volunteer with Volunteer In Service To America (VISTA), Pete is a graduate of the University Of Connecticut School of Law (J.D. Cum Laude) and Boston University (B.A., B.S.). Following law school, Pete served as a Law Clerk at the Connecticut Appellate Court.

You may reach Katherine Scanlon at 860-371-1308 or at katherine.scanlon@reardonscanlon.com;  Peter Vodola at 203-770-4069 or at peter.vodola@reardonscanlon.com.

You may find more information about Reardon Scanlon LLP at www.reardonscanlon.com.

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