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
Ex-Meat Cutter Sue Whole Foods For $15MA former meat cutter at a Whole Foods in Westport is suing the grocery chain for allegedly firing him after he complained to higher-ups that the store was selling tainted meat.
Settlement Reached In Priest Sex Abuse Suit
Arbitrator To Decide Suit Filed Against Milford Strip ClubA lawsuit filed by six exotic dancers against the Milford strip club where they are employed will be decided by an arbitrator.
Prep School Lawsuit SettledFormer student claimed abuse by faculty member
Trial Over Connecticut School Funding Set To BeginA landmark lawsuit is headed to trial over whether Connecticut's method of funding public schools is unconstitutional because it fails to provide equal opportunities to students in low-income areas.
Connecticut Fetal Death Lawsuit SettledA Connecticut doctor accused of causing the death of a fetus while trying to remove a birth control device has settled a lawsuit that sparked arguments over when a fetus can be considered a person for legal purposes — a debate normally heard on the issue of abortion.
Connecticut Fetal Death Lawsuit SettledA Connecticut doctor has settled a lawsuit that sparked a debate over when a fetus can be considered a person for legal purposes.

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