Tribe Seeks $610M Against State In LawsuitThe Kent-based Schaghticoke Tribal Nation has filed a lawsuit against the State of Connecticut, seeking at least $610 million for land the tribe says was taken from it generations ago, without compensation.
Wesleyan Settles Professor's Sexual Harassment LawsuitWesleyan University in Connecticut has settled a lawsuit filed by a professor who alleged school administrators mishandled an investigation into sexual harassment complaints she made against another professor.
Judge Orders State School Funding Plan, New High School Graduation Standards"Connecticut is defaulting on its constitutional duty to provide adequate public school opportunities, because it has no rational, substantial, and verifiable plan to distribute money for education aid and school construction."
Family Of Man Killed While Riding Wheelchair Plans Lawsuit
Newtown Officials Reject Sandy Hook Lawsuit SettlementLawsuit alleged inadequate school security
Suit Over Connecticut Casino Law DismissedConnecticut's Office of the Attorney General ready to defend against any appeal
Former Yale Basketball Captain Sues School Over ExpulsionFormer Yale basketball captain Jack Montague has filed a lawsuit accusing the Ivy League university of wrongfully expelling him over a sexual assault allegation.
Ex-Inmate Files $7.5M Medical Neglect ClaimA former inmate who suffered a brain injury while jailed has filed a medical-neglect claim against the Connecticut Department of Correction.
Ruling Could Allow Sandy Hook Families To See Gunmakers' RecordsThe ruling could allow lawyers for the Sandy Hook victims' families to start combing through records of gunmaker Remington, as well as related entities Bushmaster and Freedom Group.
Insurance Money Tied To CT. Murder-Suicide SeizedA federal judge in Louisiana orders money Todd Hines obtained from the policy of his deceased business partner seized by the U.S.Marshals Service
Hartford Family Suing South Carolina AirportThe family of a Connecticut woman who died after being struck by lightning at a South Carolina airport is suing over her death.
Trial Date Set In Suit Against Maker Of Gun In Newtown ShootingsJudge ruled previously federal law protecting gun-makers from lawsuits does not prevent suit from going forward

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