Richard Lublin served as founding partner of a 22-attorney law firm in Connecticut, where he handled notable cases. He represented the Dartmouth Plan and the 13 banks that owned the plan in a major lawsuit by the State of Connecticut against the banks. Richard Lublin chaired the Connecticut Wage Board and was a member of the Connecticut State Board of Pardons and later became its chairman. A former member of the Hartford County Bar Association Board of Directors, he also chaired the organization’s Ethics Committee from 1986 to 1991. In other legal service, he was the Assistant Corporation Counsel for the Town of East Hartford. Today, Richard Lublin focuses a good deal of his efforts on charitable giving, especially to organizations and individuals committed to finding a cure for cancer. He donated $250,000 to Bioscience Connecticut. He has additionally provided sponsorship funds for the University of Connecticut’s Carole and Ray Neag Comprehensive Cancer Center in several ways including to the Cancer Research Golf Tournament and the White Coat Gala Fundraiser. On April 12, 2014, Richard Lublin and his wife Jane were presented with the University of Connecticut’s Medal of Honor, a prestigious award given to honorees for their contributions to medicine and the treatment of cancer. Richard serves on the Cancer Advisory Board at UConn Health Center and the Dean’s Advisory Board at the UConn School of Medicine. Other organizations that have benefited from his generosity include the Lahey Clinic, Hartford Hospital and the Cape Cod Hospital.
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