Redding Woman Wins $12 Million In Malpractice Case65-year-old Vivian Gagliano said a surgical mistake at Danbury Hospital in 2008 put her into a month-long coma.
Parents Challenge Reconfirmation Of Family Court JudgeA group of parents who've struggled with Connecticut's family court system are hoping a close judicial confirmation vote on Wednesday will send a message to the General Assembly and ultimately spark reforms of a system they argue is unfair to them.
Justice Sotomayor Speaks At YaleSupreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who grew up poor in the Bronx, has described how she navigated new worlds of Ivy League universities and the nation's highest court.
New Laws For 2014
Obamacare Key Dates In 2014Implementation of the health reform law continues through 2014 with these key dates.
State Will Detain Only Immigrants Considered Safety Threats Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy has signed a law setting limits on turning over immigrants to federal authorities for possible deportation.
New Panel To Review Judges' PayConnecticut will soon undertake a review of the compensation of state judges, whose pay level has declined to 45th in the country when adjusted for cost of living after five years of no salary increases.
Yale Law School Starts First-of-its-Kind Program To Train Law ProfessorsYale Law School is set to begin offering a doctorate in law, calling it the first such program in the country.
Rhode Island Repeals Law Making Online Lies A CrimeIf you've ever lied to a potential Internet date about your weight, texted your spouse that you were someplace you weren't or emailed mom to say how much you love that ugly new sweater, you were breaking the law if you did it in Rhode Island.
Sherman's Law License To Be Suspended During Prison SentenceAttorney Michael Sherman, who represented Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel in his Connecticut murder trial, will be suspended from practicing law while he serves a prison sentence for failing to pay taxes.
New Laws Take Effect in New Year