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Back9Network sues former CEO for disclosing company secrets

Matt Pilon |

Back9Network has filed suit against its former CEO James Bosworth for disparaging the company and disclosing financial secrets, in breach of his separation agreement.

Morgan Lewis elevates MacDonald to Hartford managing partner

International law firm Morgan Lewis & Bockius said it has named Jeffrey S. MacDonald managing partner of its new Hartford office at One State Street.

Hartford sued over $12M Dillon Stadium project

Brad Kane |

Hartford's efforts to demolish and redevelop an 80-year-old stadium to entice a professional soccer team to the Capital City have devolved into a legal fistfight.

New bias suit against CT prisons agency

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut's prisons department continues to rely on a flawed fitness test that is unfair to female job applicants, evidence the agency is intentionally biased in its hiring of female corrections...

City Steam settles trademark suit with Calif. brewer

Hartford's City Steam Brewery said Wednesday it has settled a trademark lawsuit filed against it a year ago by a California-based craft brewer by agreeing to slightly tweak the branding on its...

Newington mortgage fraudster gets 97 months in prison

A federal judge has sentenced a Newington man to more than eight years in prison for orchestrating a mortgage fraud scheme that cost lenders nearly $5.7 million, the Connecticut U.S. Attorney’s...

CT Friendly's operator to close some restaurants through bankruptcy

A New York-based group that once operated four Friendly's restaurants in Connecticut has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization.

Bridgeport state rep. to get Superior Court nod

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said he intends to nominate Rep. Auden Grogins, D-Bridgeport, for a state Superior Court judgeship.

Manchester legal duo merges with Hartford solo practice

The Manchester law firm headed by Darren J. Gagliardi and Jason E. Doucette has joined with the Hartford solo practice of Timothy L. Geraghty, the firms announced..

’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...

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