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Stamford dentist to repay CT Medicaid $2.1M

Gregory Seay |

A Stamford dentist accused of participating in a multimillion-dollar Medicaid billing fraud will repay Connecticut $2.1 million to settle civil charges against him, state investigators say.

West Hartford loses $770,000 lawsuit

A Hartford law firm said it has won a $770,357.65 lawsuit against West Hartford over the town’s failure to maintain safe sidewalks.

Bristol investors sue Back9

A husband and wife have filed suit against Hartford's Back9Network, alleging that the company was dishonest and unethical in selling them securities.

Attorney General shakes up environment division

Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen on Tuesday swapped out the leadership of his Environmental Department, replacing the head who ran the division for 18 years.

Stamford law firm makes move into Hartford

A Stamford law firm is making its first push into the Capital City after poaching six lawyers from the Hartford office of national law firm LeClairRyan.

State's OTB operator faces declining revenues, facility closure, legal challenge

Matt Pilon |

The state's gaming industry has suffered in recent years, but it's not just casinos that have felt the pain.

Green Guide publishes Spring edition

Doosan plans to succeed where UTC failed. Connecticut has revamped motorists' commutes. The state Green Bank enters its next phase.

Rowland gets 30 months in prison

A New Haven federal judge on Wednesday sentenced Former Gov. John G. Rowland to 30 months in prison for trying to conceal his role in two congressional campaigns in 2010 and 2012.

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Anthem hit with class action lawsuit over data breach

An East Hampton woman has filed suit against Anthem, alleging that the health insurer was negligent in protecting the personal data of its 37 million customers.

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