In a decision officially released this week, Redding Life Care v. Redding, a 4-3 majority held that it was legitimate and legal for the town of Redding to use a hypothetical fund as a valuation analy
A plan to require new lawyers to participate in a day of career training met with some push back last week by members of the Rules Committee for the Superior Court, who questioned whether the respons
...s getting down to crunch time," said state Supreme Court Justice Dennis G. Eveleigh, the committee chair....
There has been debate in recent years about exactly when establishments cross the line and incur liability under the state's deam shop act
After Elise Piquet's husband died in 2004, she buried him in the backyard of her 11-acre property along the Connecticut River in the Middlesex County town of Chester. Four cemeteries in Chester were
...request by the Connecticut Bar Association, Chief Justice Chase T. Rogers, Justice Dennis G. Eveleigh, chair of the Judicial Branch's Rules Committee, and Judge...
There was action on two fronts last week in one of the state's biggest civil cases ever, marked by a new $15 million settlement involving dozens of plaintiffs and state Supreme Court arguments focusi
...court also said it wants more information from Waterbury Superior Court judge Dennis G. Eveleigh - who in June ruled that the towns were entitled to...
...determine the reasonableness of the doctor's fee. Waterbury Superior Court Judge Dennis G. Eveleigh denied the motion, in effect ruling that the fee was...
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