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National pay-hike trend hits Hartford law firms

John Stearns |

New York law firm Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP's decision to raise first-year associate pay to $180,000 has rippled through the law firm universe, including smaller satellite markets like Hartford.

Cut from $500M deal, ex-Pratt exec sues

Gregory Seay |

A former Pratt & Whitney Co. executive is suing, claiming he was cut out of a lucrative parts-consignment deal in which he stood to share in at least $80 million in profits, his lawyer says.

State gives conditional OK to Waterbury Hospital sale

By Journal Inquirer Staff |

State regulators Friday issued conditional approval of the sale of Greater Waterbury Health Network and Waterbury Hospital to Prospect Medical Holdings, Inc. for $100 million.

Former Dillon Stadium developers indicted on fraud charges

Matt Pilon | 1

A federal grand jury has indicted the two former developers of Hartford’s Dillon Stadium, accusing both of defrauding the city out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Berlin's CzepigaDalyPope expands westward

Gregory Seay |

Berlin law firm CzepigaDalyPope has expanded into western Connecticut by merging with a New Milford practice, its second merger in as many years, officials say.

CATIC plans CityPlace II office

Gregory Seay |

Rocky Hill-based realty title insurer CATIC National Commercial Services is opening its first downtown Hartford office in CityPlace II, authorities say.

Judicial branch shutters courthouses

Keith Griffin | 1

The judicial branch announced Tuesday that it's closing three juvenile courts and one judicial district courthouse by December in response to a $77 million reduction in its budget for 2016-2017.

Could Hartford Foundation help solve city’s budget crisis?

John Horak |

The relationship between our government and nonprofit organizations (whether they have an endowment or not) has taken on attributes of a tug-of-war over resources.

CT Law Tribune will cease print edition

Keith Griffin |

The Connecticut Law Tribune announced to its subscribers today that it will no longer publish a print edition as of the end of this month.

St. Francis settles pension suit for $107M

John Stearns| Matt Pilon |

St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center has agreed to pay $107 million to settle a lawsuit alleging it underfunded its pension plan.

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