In at least the second instance of a larger firm absorbing a smaller firm in Connecticut in recent months, Pullman & Comley has announced it is expanding its practices that represent school districts
As clients demand a broader range of legal services, more law firms are adding practice groups, even if that means gobbling up another entire firm. In the latest example, Pullman & Comley has announc
During his three years in law school, David Norman knew he had to aggressively pursue any employment opportunity he could find when he graduated, even if it meant putting off his goal to be a crimina
If Connecticut lawyers could bestow halos, New York-based Hudson Valley Bank would definitely get one. The financial institution, which has operated a half dozen Connecticut branches, pays an interes
The Am Law Daily looks at the Am Law 200 firms involved in a diminishing number of notable bankruptcy filings, including those of failed social networking site Bebo, a leading nonprofit for children
The family of a young disabled boy who was not allowed to bring a service dog with him to school has been compensated $35,000 by the school as part of a settlement agreement for violations of the Ame
When a sales executive for a French power company appeared in a New Haven federal courtroom this month, he joined a growing number of businesses and their employees charged recently with making bribe
When a Twitter account used by reporters for the Associated Press was hacked and used to put out bogus information about a national emergency, people got jumpy. Investors panicked. Within seconds of
The news that Connecticut U.S. Attorney David Fein will step down from his post on May 13, after three years on the job, drew a range of reactions
...wife, the woman he is charged with trying to kill. Shipman & and Goodwin lawyer James Bergenn said that face-off could be a...
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