Conway, Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco Has Been Putting Clients First Since 1962

Attorneys Kevin W. Conway and Francis T. Londregan formed a partnership and opened a law practice together in 1962. Growing over the years, Conway, Londregan, Sheehan & Monaco, P.C., has become a part of the Connecticut community with a broad and extensive clientele base. Our Connecticut lawyers dedicate themselves to providing exceptional legal services within a reasonable fee structure.

Our lawyers are among some of the most well-regarded in the Connecticut legal community. We have obtained significant awards for victims of motor vehicle accidents, product defects and medical negligence at trial. Our attorneys have successfully argued important legal issues before the Connecticut Supreme Court and Appellate Court as well. Each of our attorneys focuses on select practice areas. We are also assisted by a highly trained staff of paralegals who handle matters from simple to complex.

Contact us today if you need legal assistance with any of the following:

  • Real Estate Law
  • Personal Injury
  • Litigation And Appeals
  • Estate Planning And Elder Law
  • Workers’ Compensation

Call 888-615-0219 today to arrange your free initial consultation.

Attorney Thomas J. Londregan

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.

Bar Admissions:

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

Professional Memberships and Achievements:

  • 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

Attorney Michael W. Sheeha

Attorney Michael W. Sheehan has been a member of the Connecticut Bar since 1989. Attorney Sheehan regularly represents numerous lending institutions, businesses, and individuals in areas ranging from multi-million dollar commercial transactions to residential financing, foreclosures, commercial workouts, bankruptcy, and collection litigation matters. Since 2010, Attorney Sheehan has been selected annually as one of the few Connecticut attorneys serving on the Connecticut Standards of Title Committee for the Connecticut Bar Association. This prestigious committee is charged with promulgating the real estate title standards used by the Connecticut Bar and the courts.

 Attorney Sheehan has represented the lead construction lender in financing a $25 Million hotel conference center as well as the participation of said loan; the $30 Million construction to permanent financing of a 300 unit apartment complex; the $28 Million financing of the environmental remediation and construction of a mixed-use condominium, marina and single family home development. He has also represented lenders and developers in the financing and re-financing of many other condominium developments, apartment buildings, hotels, and office and retail projects. In conjunction with these matters, he has experience in dealing with environmental issues related to real estate.

Attorney Sheehan also has extensive courtroom experience and has litigated thousands of cases ranging from the workout and foreclosure of multi-million dollar mortgage loans, to basic residential foreclosures and collection of unsecured debts. He has also represented clients in numerous bankruptcy matters including two rare Chapter 12 filings, and the recovery of lottery winnings for victims of a Ponzi scheme. He also regularly represents the firm's municipal clients in financing, tax foreclosures and real estate litigation.

In addition to his bachelors and law degrees, Attorney Sheehan holds an MBA degree and has experience in working for Connecticut's largest commercial lender prior to becoming an attorney. Attorney Sheehan was sworn in as a member of the bar of the United State Supreme Court in Washington, DC in May, 2018.  The motion for admittance was heard be all of the justices of the Court, and Chief Justice John Roberts granted the motion.  Attorney Sheehan is also a member of the Connecticut State and Federal Bar. 

Bar Admissions:

  • Connecticut, State and Federal - 1989
  • United States Supreme Court - 2018 


  • College of the Holy Cross – BA 1982
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute – MBA 1986
  • University of Connecticut School of Law – JD 1989

Professional Memberships and Achievements:

  • Connecticut Bar Association, Member, 1989 - Present
  • Connecticut Bar Association, Standards of Title Committee 2010 – Present
  • New London County Bar Association – 1989 - Present 

Attorney Jeffrey T. Londregan

Attorney Jeffrey T. Londregan has been practicing law since 1998, after graduating from Quinnipiac University School of Law. His practice is in areas of general law with an emphasis on municipal law, commercial litigation, real estate and administrative law. In 2011, he was appointed as the Law Director for the City of New London. He is also an attorney for the Town of Bozrah and the Point O’ Woods Beach Association, in addition to handling administrative tax appeals for the town of Deep River. Attorney Londregan is a member of the Board of Directors of the Connecticut Association of Municipal Attorneys (CAMA), along with being a member of the Connecticut Bar Association and the New London County Bar Association. He is licensed to practice in the State and Federal courts of Connecticut, as well as being a member of the bar for the United States Supreme Court.

Bar Admissions:

  • Connecticut, 1998


  • Quinnipiac University School of Law, Bridgeport, Connecticut

Professional Memberships and Achievements:

  • Law Director for the City of New London, 2011 - Present
  • Connecticut Association of Municipal Attorneys, Board of Directors
  • Connecticut Bar Association, Member
  • New London County Bar Association, Member

Attorney Eric J. Garofano

For the past decade, Attorney Eric Garofano has devoted himself to working tirelessly for his civil and commercial litigation clients to get the justice they deserve.

Whether the client has suffered as a result of negligence, wrongful death, a car accident, fall, medical malpractice, product liability or other personal injury, Attorney Garofano fights hard and fair to ensure his clients are justly compensated for the physical and emotional damages they have experienced. Attorney Garofano is also a proven advocate on behalf of injured employees, ensuring workers’ compensation insurance companies pay all benefits due to the injured worker. He represents workers in both state workers’ compensation claims as well as federal longshore workers’ compensation claims.

A diverse range of business clients rely on Attorney Garofano’s expertise for a wide array of commercial matters, including breach of contract, tortious interference, misrepresentation, partnership disputes and related business torts. Attorney Garofano has both pursued and defended claims brought under a host of consumer protection statutes, including Connecticut's Unfair Trade Practices Act (CUTPA).

Regarding real property and environmental law, Attorney Garofano is counsel to matters ranging from adverse possession cases including boundary disputes, to environmental contamination cases requiring multi-year abatement and remediation projects. He handles zoning applications and appeals and litigation arising from covenants, easements, and property transfers, and land use matters including variances, subdivisions, and siting of telecommunication towers. He has also represented homeowners in actions against general contractors, subcontractors and insurance companies under Connecticut's Home Improvement Act.  These claims include matters in which the contractor has walked off the job or failed to perform under the contract. Once clients receive a judgment in Home Improvement Act cases, Attorney Garofano helps his clients collect the on judgments through the Home Improvement Act fund.

Attorney Garofano earned a bachelor’s degree cum laude from Union College and his law degree summa cum laude from Albany Law School.

Admitted in Connecticut, Rhode Island, and New York, Attorney Garofano has ample experience in mediation, jury and court trials to meet the legal needs of individuals and businesses alike.

Making a difference in the community is important to Attorney Garofano. He serves on the Board of Directors of the following community organizations:

  • Mystic Flag Committee (Board president from 2019 to Present)
  • Mystic Lions Club (Past President of the Club)
  • Stonington Community Center (COMO) (Board president from 2018 to Present)
  • Southeastern Connecticut Cultural Coalition (Advisory Board member)

Bar Admissions:

  • Connecticut
  • U.S District Court District of Connecticut
  • United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut
  • Mohegan Tribal Court
  • Mohegan Gaming Disputes Court
  • New York
  • Rhode Island
  • United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

Professional Memberships and Achievements:

  • American Bar Association Section of State and Local Government Law Award for Excellence in Land Use and Local Government Law
  • Super Lawyers' 2016 - 2021 Connecticut Rising Stars as a Top-Rated Civil Litigation Attorney. The Rising Stars List recognizes no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in Connecticut
  • American Association for Justice, Member
  • Connecticut Bar Association, currently serving as a member of the Professionalism Committee
  • Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association, Member
  • New London County Bar Association, Board Member, 2015 - Present
  • Rhode Island Bar Association, Member

Attorney Brian K. Estep

Attorney Brian K. Estep has been practicing law since 1986. Attorney Estep is admitted to practice in Federal and State Courts in New York, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. Attorney Estep practiced for eight years for major insurance defense litigation firms in Rochester, New York, Albany, New York, and Reading, Pennsylvania. He was an Administrative Law Judge for the New York State Department of Labor from 1992-1993. Attorney Estep has represented both municipal and private clients in litigation before the Connecticut State Courts, the Federal Courts, the Connecticut Federal Bankruptcy Courts, as well as numerous administrative agencies. Attorney Estep handles all labor law related matters for the firm and is actively engaged in the firm's municipal law department. He represents the firm's municipal clients in negotiating collective bargaining agreements with unions and regularly appears before the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, the Connecticut State Board of Labor Relations and the Connecticut State Board of Mediation and Arbitration on behalf of the firm's municipal and business clients. Attorney Estep advises municipal officials on a regular basis. Reported cases: People v. Cowie, 134 AD2d 844 (Fourth Dept 1987); New Milford Block v. Grondahl, 51 Conn.App. 454 (1999).

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