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Summer Green Guide publishes

Dive deep into the environmental law enforcement at the Connecticut Attorney General's Office, take a look back at 75 years of garbage at the Hartford Landfill, find out how to create fashionable...

Contract legal battles brew between OEMs, suppliers

Andrew C. Glassman |

A new battle is emerging between original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and their suppliers, one in which suppliers must pay close attention to the contracts they sign.

Suit against Berlin supplement maker dismissed

A judge has dismissed a federal class action lawsuit alleging Berlin-based IA Nutrition Inc. used misleading labels on its nutrition supplements.

Feds seize gun parts from N. Britain gunmaker

Brad Kane |

Federal investigators have seized documents and assault rifle parts from Stag Arms as part of an ongoing investigation into possible illegal activity at the New Britain gunmaker, federal court...

Two CT ambulance providers settle billing allegations


Ambulance companies in North Haven and Bridgeport have agreed to pay $595,000 to resolve allegations that they improperly billed Medicare and Medicaid for medical unnecessary transports, U.S.

CT revokes Waterbury library clerk’s pension

A former Waterbury city library clerk convicted of embezzling $200,000 will lose her public pension, state investigators say.

Malloy nominates four judges

A Hartford attorney is among four lawyers Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has nominated for judgeships on the state Superior Court.

$28K fine for Wethersfield construction firm

A Wethersfield construction firm must pay $28,000 in employee back wages, under a sentencing agreement, labor officials announced.

Former CT hedge fund CFO sent to jail

A federal judge on Thursday sentenced the former chief financial officer of Ridgefield hedge fund New Stream Capital to a year in prison for engaging in a scheme to deceive investors, according to...

United Healthcare settles CT doc lawsuit for $11.5M

United Healthcare, which has Hartford operations, and its parent company have agreed to settle a 2001 lawsuit filed by a Shelton doctor who alleged that the insurer improperly denied reimbursement...

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