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The Connecticut Technology Council

The Connecticut Technology Council is the only statewide trade association exclusively focused on technology and technology-oriented companies and institutions, providing leadership, guidance, and support in areas of policy advocacy, community building, and assistance for growing companies.

Our Areas of Strategic Focus

Talent & Workforce

Strengthening Connecticut's Tech-Talent Pipeline

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Growth & Emerging Companies

Ensuring Connecticut's Startup and Scaleup Organizations are Supported at Every Stage

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Technology Professionals

Supporting and Advocating for the Best in Resources for Professionals in Tech-Enabled Businesses and Infrastructure Development in Connecticut

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Public Policy & Advocacy

Acting as the unifying voice of Connecticut's technology ecosystem - locally, regionally, and nationally

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Recent Updates from The Connecticut Technology Council

You’ve Been Sued: How to...

Litigation doesn't have to be catastrophic for a growing company, but it can quickly spiral out of control if not handled properly. This article will explore issues to consider when your company is faced with a lawsuit....

Wage and Hour Fundamentals: &#...

Introduction Many emerging companies begin their corporate life without a firm grasp on critical issues related to wage and hour laws.  With limited financial and human capital at the outset, emerging companies have a tendency to take a reactive approach to HR, often with devastating near term effects.   With its initial core group of employees, an emerging company may try to keep the purse strings tight...

Emerging Tech Companies: It...

by John Kennedy The Silicon Valley motto, "Move fast and break things" is alive and well in the era of Big Data, artificial intelligence and machine learning.  But moving fast can also lead to stubbed toes and worse, as recent privacy troubles at major tech leaders such as Facebook and Uber demonstrate.[1] While certain economic sectors may be enjoying some relaxation of regulations in the current political...

The Patent Eligibility Battle...

Over the last few years, the United States Supreme Court has changed the landscape of patent eligibility with its decisions in Mayo Collaborative Servs v Prometheus Labs, Inc. 132 S. Ct. 1289 (2012) and Alice Corp Pty Ltd v CLS Bank Int’l, 134 S. Ct. 2347 (2014).  While patent eligibility was not a primary focus in the life sciences area, the Supreme Court decisions and their progeny...

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