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Hartford, Centerplan ask court to OK mediation for ballpark

Patricia Daddona |

The city of Hartford and former developer of the Dunkin' Donuts ballpark have agreed to participate in a formal mediation process to try to settle a legal dispute over the minor-league stadium's...

Lembo probes possible discrimination by nonprofit AFA

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut Comptroller Kevin Lembo is investigating possible discrimination involving the American Family Association (AFA).

Federal judge blocks new OT protection rule

Patricia Daddona |

A federal judge has delayed implementation of a U.S. Department of Labor rule to expand overtime protections to millions of workers.

Hartford ballpark surety insurer sues former developer

Patricia Daddona |

The Arch Insurance Co. has filed a federal lawsuit against the former Hartford ballpark developer to recover what it describes as more than $8.4 million in losses as it pursues completion of the...

Investor sues Alexion in class action case

Patricia Daddona |

A shareholder filed a class action lawsuit Thursday against Alexion Pharmaceuticals in connection with the New Haven company's recent disclosure of an internal probe into its sales practices.

Law firm with Hartford offices boosting first year lawyers' pay

Patricia Daddona |

Law firm McCarter & English plans to increase its starting salary for first-year lawyers from $135,000 to $150,000.

Judge: Trade groups can intervene in Total Wine lawsuit

Patricia Daddona |

Alcohol wholesalers, retailers and the Connecticut Restaurant Association are being allowed to intervene in a lawsuit challenging the legality of Connecticut's mandatory minimum pricing laws.

Meriden's SRC fined $250K for fraud

Gregory Seay |

Meriden realty developer-construction contractor SRC Construction will pay a $250,000 fine, plus all back taxes, interest and penalties, for tax evasion, authorities say.

Judge issues partial protective order against Enfield lawmaker

Tim Leininger | Journal Inquirer |

A Superior Court judge on Thursday issued a partial protective order against embattled Rep. David J. Alexander of Enfield in the aftermath of his arrest in an incident during which police say he...

Adobe data breach yields $1M settlement with CT, other states

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut and 14 other states are sharing in a $1 million data breach settlement with tech firm Adobe Systems Inc. following the 2013 breach of some Adobe servers containing the personal data for...

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