Superstorm Sandy struck a less-devastating blow to Connecticut than it did to New Jersey and New York. Still, the Oct. 29, 2012, hurricane cut a wide swath in terms of affecting the state's legal com
The probable next justice on the Connecticut Supreme Court is known among appellate lawyers for being a tough jurist who is not afraid to mix it up in the most intricate of legal arguments
... Elvin G.'s appellate lawyer, Dana Hrelic, of Horton, Shields & Knox in Hartford, said she and her client were happy with...
...CBA. That focus is a priority of the new CBA president, Kimberly Knox. Former CBA President Keith Braddoc "Brad" Gallant said...
... When incoming Connecticut Bar Association President Kimberly A. Knox takes the reins July 1, other changes will accompany her ascendance to...
Attorney Brian Rice won't soon forget June 26. First of all, it's his anniversary. Rice and his partner were married in 2004, just after Massachusetts became the first state to legalize same-sex marr
By a 5-4 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday declared unconstitutional the Defense of Marriage of Act of 1996, which blocked federal benefits to legally married same-sex couples
...it comes to participation with the CBA. Knox, an appellate litigator with Hartford's Horton, Shields & Knox, credits Wesley Horton, Appellate Chief...
Editor's Note: The writer, a Greenwich financier and former professional football player, is a party in the divorce case of Simms v. Simms. A related case, Simms v. Seaman, recently upheld lawyers' l
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