As a Farmington attorney, Michael J. Daly was well-respected in legal circles. One of only seven bankruptcy trustees in the state, he was on a first-name basis with federal judges and a go-to guy for
In the end, U.S. District Judge Robert N. Chatigny couldn't weather the political storm. The Hartford-based judge, nominated early last year to the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals, had been stung by Rep
"You could have knocked me over with a feather," said former state Sen. George Jepsen, who late last week seemed to be the front-running Democratic candidate for attorney general. Jepsen was referrin
Carter Mario is one of the most visible lawyers in Connecticut. His name and face are splashed across television ads, billboards and buses. But recent firm efforts, including the hire of a new public
Carter Mario (left) is one of the most highly visible lawyers in the state. His name and face are splashed across television ads, billboards and the sides of buses. He has a catchy "Get Carter, Get I
...who received the Pro Bono Award; and trial attorneys Ernest Teitell and Steven Ecker, who along with an all-star cast of lawyers sued the...
...34;raid" on the fund. Teitell recruited another esteemed trial attorney, Steven Ecker, and the two took the bold step of filing suit against...
...The group was headed by Superior Court Judge Michael Sheldon. Steven Ecker, of Hartford's Cowdery, Ecker & Murphy was a member of...
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