Mark Boughton is the mayor of Danbury and, in 2010, was the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor. He is also considered a likely candidate for governor in 2014 and has already formed an explora
... In 2010, New Haven attorney David Rosen and a group of Yale Law School students brought the first...
The lawsuit had been argued and dismissed once before, but was remanded to the trial court in 2010 by a decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. On September 9, Senior U.S. Distr
In his 44 years as a lawyer, David N. Rosen has been all about shaking up the legal system. From the peace generation to "Generation Me," Rosen and his legal posse have successfully represented the u
A lawyer for a railroad worker who won a lawsuit under a federal whistleblower statute was recently awarded the largest attorney fee in the history of Connecticut's federal court
For a variety of reasons, Connecticut's lineup of federal judges is decreasing, and Chief Judge Alvin W. Thompson recently decided to put out a call for help
Summary: The state Appellate Court last year overturned a $4 million dram shop jury verdict after the defense argued that there was no evidence that a customer was visibly intoxicated when a restaura
From a technical standpoint, it shouldn't be difficult to bring iRicci v. DeStefano/i to a conclusion. Twenty white New Haven firefighters last week won their case before the U.S. Supreme Court, whic
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