AJL | ESQ
AJL | ESQ
We specialize in bringing the law to your corner. We are dedicated to understanding what results you want and to helping you understand what actions we can take on your behalf. We will work with you every step of the way to make sure that you understand the choices you are making and feel empowered to make them.
In practice since 2001, Anthony LaBella has achieved first-chair trial experience, conducted dozens of trials, and acted as lead appellate counsel on multiple matters. He has skillfully directed hundreds of depositions, arbitrations, settlement conferences and other aspects of litigation practice. He has brought multi-million-dollar cases to settlement and courtside verdicts in both state and federal courts, and he has successfully argued before the Appellate and Supreme Courts of Connecticut.
Anthony has a broad-based practice focused on commercial litigation, business disputes and personal injury matters, and maintains conscientious and active involvement in the overall well-being of the legal community. He counsels clients on a range of issues involving, commercial contract disputes, unfair trade practices, construction disputes, risk-management and delivers value-added pre-litigation advice.
Ury & Moskow, LLC, Fairfield, Connecticut 2001 - 2020
Of Counsel 2020-Present
Columbia Cornell Care, LLC, New York, New York
Manager of Financial Compliance. 1999–2001
Columbia University, Columbia Presbyterian Physician Network
New York, New York Manager of Financial Affairs. 1998-1999
Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association; American Association for Justice; American Bar Association; Connecticut Bar Association (Member, Litigation Section); Greater Bridgeport Bar Association; and Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers-Connecticut, Inc. (President and Board Member).
Quinnipiac University School of Law, Hamden, Connecticut
Juris Doctorate, Cum Laude
Class Rank 27th of 153 (Top 18%)
Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York
Bachelor of Arts-English
2001, Connecticut; 2006, U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut; and
2008, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit.