A group of gun rights organizations, pistol permit holders and gun sellers are suing Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and other state officials, arguing that Connecticut’s new gun control law violates their constitutional rights.
he estate of a Massachusetts woman struck and killed by a rental truck in a tailgating area at a Yale-Harvard football game filed a lawsuit Friday against the driver, U-Haul company, Yale University, the city of New Haven and others.
Figure skater Oksana Baiul is suing NBC Universal and a television skating program producer.
awyers for a woman mauled by a chimpanzee in Connecticut have agreed to settle a lawsuit against the estate of the primate’s now-dead owner, but there’s a dispute over the final details, according to court documents obtained Thursday by The Associated Press.
Olympic gold medalist Oksana Baiul, who for a time lived in Connecticut and trained at the International Skating Center in Simsbury, is suing a talent agency claiming it mismanaged money she earned after her gold medal-winning figure skating performance in 1994.
East Haven officials have signed an agreement that calls for broad reforms of its police department to avoid a federal lawsuit over accusations of bias.
A former senior administrator at Yale University is suing the Ivy League school, claiming that he was fired after more than three decades because of his age.
A judge has ruled that the state’s recent repeal of the death penalty can’t be raised as an issue in a long-running lawsuit by death row inmates challenging the fairness of capital punishment in Connecticut.
The family of a Connecticut woman found frozen to death in 2009 settled a lawsuit Wednesday against a former state lawmaker and a tavern accused of negligent and reckless actions in the last hours of her life, including letting her wander off wearing no coat or shoes in 14-degree weather.
A Superior Court judge is being asked to include questions about the state’s repeal of capital punishment in a bias lawsuit filed by death-row inmates.