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Torrington tax fraudster nets 18 months

Gregory Seay |

The former co-owner of a Torrington hand- and power-tool maker will spend 18 months in federal prison for tax evasion, prosecutors say.

George Jepsen | Partner, Shipman & Goodwin LLP

Sean Teehan |

Serving as Connecticut's attorney general for eight years, George Jepsen several times joined other state attorneys general in class action lawsuits against corporate entities.

Philadelphia law firm sprouts in Hartford after poaching talent from FL outfit

Joe Cooper |

Three Hartford lawyers from litigator Carlton Fields have jumped ship to join a Philadelphia-based law firm that's opening an office in downtown Hartford.

CT bookkeeper accused in $370K theft

Gregory Seay |

A Southington bookkeeper is accused of embezzling about $370,000 from a Glastonbury home-medical supplier where she worked, federal prosecutors say.

Team culture a hit at Consigli Construction

John Stearns |

Consigli Construction Co. Inc.

Shipman & Goodwin taps former AG Jepsen to lead new practice group

Joe Cooper |

Shipman & Goodwin LLP says it's hired former Attorney General George Jepsen and his top lieutenant, marking the second round of high-profile former state government leaders the Hartford law firm has...

Hartford’s Murtha Cullina brings on ex-DMV commish

Joe Cooper |

Hartford law firm Murtha Cullina says it's hired the recently departed commissioner of the state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

Hartford’s Robinson+Cole debuts new locations

Joe Cooper |

Hartford law firm Robinson+Cole has expanded its bankruptcy practice with the launch of new offices in Pennsylvania and Delaware.

Would-be Hartford med-tech investor loses assets in court

Matt Pilon |

With a federal judge's approval, a lender has seized core assets from CliniFlow Technologies, a company that burned through $400,000 of taxpayer money in a failed campaign to build a $45 million...

Hartford’s Shipman & Goodwin taps DCF’s Katz as partner

Joe Cooper |

The former commissioner of Connecticut's Department of Children and Families (DCF) has joined Hartford law firm Shipman & Goodwin LLP as a partner.

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