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CI, Mohegan Tribe invest in Stamford legal software developer

Connecticut Innovations said it has led a $1.5 million investment round in Stamford eBrevia, which makes artificial intelligence software that analyzes contracts and other legal documents.

Bingham McCutchen acquired by Philly firm

Law firm Bingham McCutchen, which has an office in downtown Hartford, said it has been acquired by Philadelphia-based Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, which has 2,000 lawyers in offices around the globe.

CT U.S. Atty. lifts $113M from fed scofflaws

The Connecticut U.S. Attorney’s office collected $112.7 million in fines and victim restitution from violators in fiscal 2014 – a nearly ten-fold increase from a year earlier, authorities...

How green is CT business?

The Winter edition of the Connecticut Green Guide delves deep into the sustainable business community's strengths and weakness, ranging from energy efficiency to public transit usage.

CT electricity supplier faces $50M class action suit

Attorneys representing energy consumers across the country filed a $50 million class-action lawsuit Thursday against Middlebury electricity supplier Starion Energy.

CT law firms start philanthropy practice groups as sophisticated donors flood market

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As an attorney with New Haven law firm Wiggin & Dana, Karen Clute is no stranger to the legal needs of nonprofit organizations. In fact, not-for-profit institutions — from hospitals to...

2 more convicted in 2010 Enfield drug heist

Two more people have admitted their roles in the multi-million-dollar pharmaceutical heist described as Connecticut’s biggest ever four years ago from an Eli Lilly & Co. warehouse in Enfield,...

Court orders Hartford to pay retroactive relocation benefits

A Superior Court judge this month found the City of Hartford in civil contempt for violating a 30-year-old settlement requiring it to provide relocation assistance and payments to tenants displaced...

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South Windsor second-hand ticket reseller TicketNetwork has withdrawn a defamation lawsuit against Horace Bushnell Memorial Hall Corp.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...

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