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Fatal Fire Lawsuit Going To Connecticut Supreme CourtA mother and three children died in the 2009 blaze
Greenwich Hospital Sued By Couple Whose Newborn DiedA Connecticut couple whose infant daughter died in the delivery room is suing Greenwich Hospital.
Inmate Lawsuit DismissedA federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by a prison inmate suing Connecticut officials who medicated him with psychotropic drugs against his will, after he refused to enter the courtroom on the first day of trial.
Family Of Fallen Firefighter Settles Suit Against CityThe family of a Hartford firefighter who died when he ran out of air while battling a house fire in 2014 has settled its wrongful death lawsuit against the city for $350,000.
Engineer On Derailed Train Suing The RailroadClaims Metro North was negligent and careless
Gay Veteran Seeks Upgrade Of Discharge StatusThe 91 year old was dismissed from the Air Force in 1948 as "undesirable"
Hartford Drops Zoning Lawsuit Against 'Scarborough 11'The group of West End residents known as the "Scarborough 11" can stay in their home now that the city has pulled its enforcement threat against them, bringing the two-year zoning dispute closer to a resolution.
Suit Filed Over Alleged Yacht Club SnubClub denies allegations of racism,discrimination and bigotry
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

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