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TicketNetwork, Bushnell to settle defamation suit

South Windsor second-hand ticket reseller TicketNetwork has withdrawn a defamation lawsuit against Horace Bushnell Memorial Hall Corp. CEO David Fay for comments TicketNetwork alleged Fay made during...

Oil dealers lawsuit: CT's nat gas-expansion violates environmental laws


An association representing 585 heating oil and gasoline dealers filed suit Friday against two state agencies, arguing that a legally required environmental study was not conducted before forging...

AT&T to pay CT $268K for “data cramming”

As part of a $105 million nationwide settlement to resolve “data cramming” allegations, AT&T Mobility will pay $268,252 to Connecticut, officials announced.

Malloy’s picks for judges, pardons-paroles board

A Simsbury criminal attorney and a West Hartford public defender are among the governor’s four nominees to state judgeships.

Unlicensed investment adviser pleads guilty

The operator of an unlicensed investment firm that defrauded 10 investors out of more than $1.8 million pleaded guilty Tuesday to mail fraud and subscribing to a false tax return, according to the...

Pullman adds retired family court judge to roster

Law firm Pullman & Comley, which has 40 attorneys in its downtown Hartford office, said recently retired Superior Court Judge Lynda B. Munro has joined its alternative dispute resolution practice.

Famed Mystic Pizza owes $105K in back wages

Mystic Pizza, featured in the 1988 eponymous film starring Julia Roberts and Matt Damon, will pay more than $105,000 to employees it underpaid, the state Department of Labor announced Thursday.

Hartford law firm gets into the startup game

Law firm Cohn Birnbaum & Shea said it has launched its own business accelerator that will offer guidance and legal services to startup companies in exchange for equity stakes.

Marlborough drug importer faces jail time

A Marlborough medical-products distributor faces a year in prison and a $1,000 fine after a conviction of distributing mislabeled prescription drugs, federal prosecutors say.

Rowland guilty on all seven counts

A New Haven federal jury on Friday afternoon found former Republican Gov. John G. Rowland guilty on all seven charges related to a campaign finance conspiracy, according to the prosecutor’s...

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