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’13 a banner year for U.S. embezzlers

Exposed embezzlements nationwide grew in 2013, but Connecticut and certain states and Washington D.C. appear to have greater vulnerability when it comes to this type of white-collar crime, a report...

Tolland County law practices merging

A pair of Tolland County law practices are merging their operations, effective New Year's Day.

Ohio suit against Omega Flex dismissed

Another product liability lawsuit against Middletown piping manufacturer Omega Flex has been dismissed.

Corporate-backed legal aid group to hire three attorneys

A corporate-backed program will soon hire three full-time lawyers to assist major legal aid providers in Connecticut.

Mohegans miss out on NY casino

In what is turning out to be a bad year for Connecticut Native American tribes' attempts to build casinos outside the Nutmeg State, the Mohegan Tribe of Uncasville was passed over Wednesday for a...

Rumored mayoral contender Bronin lands at Hinckley Allen

Luke Bronin, who recently announced he would leave his post as Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's general counsel, will begin working at Hinckley Allen next month, the law firm announced.

These ‘angels’ ask a return and a lasting relationship

Gregory Seay |

After more than 30 years as a successful serial entrepreneur, lawyer, financier and turnaround specialist, Joel Hartstone has devised a few time- and money-saving shortcuts to achieving his business...

CT in line for $223K from multi-state Sirius settlement

Connecticut will receive just over $223,000 from a multi-state settlement with Sirius XM Radio over its allegedly misleading advertising and billing practices, officials announced.

Penn. Supreme Court overturns verdict against Middletown manufacturer

Pennsylvania's highest court has overturned a 2010 jury verdict against Middletown's Omega Flex Inc., which found that the company's gas piping was to blame for a lightning-related fire at a...

PCSW director tapped for Victim Advocate

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has named Natasha Pierre to a four-year term as the state’s Victim Advocate.

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