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Poughkeepsie Medicaid fraudster agrees to 9 cents on the dollar payback

The Poughkeepsie owner of a nonprofit business that helped people with disabilities has admitted to ripping off Medicaid for $2.4 million and has agreed to pay back $220,000.

Mount Vernon man gets 33 months in prison for Yonkers hospital...

Court records do not explain how Christopher gained access to payroll information that enabled him to transfer funds to his accounts. He had never worked for St. John's Riverside Hospital or had any business connections with it, according to the criminal complaint.

Purchase construction executive admits to invoicing and kickback schemes

Alex Thompson, a Purchase construction company executive, pocketed more than $115,000 in phony invoicing and kickback schemes, according to a criminal information document filed by the U.S. Attorney's office in White Plains federal court.

Pugni brother accuses brothers of looting Valhalla construction business

A shareholder in two family construction companies in Valhalla is suing his brothers to liquidate the businesses. John Pugni accused Mark, Gregory and Gary Pugni of diverting profits from Bradhurst Site Construction Corp. and Bradhurst Equipment Corp.

Legal Matters: Back to the office and mandatory vaccinations

Lawyer Jeffrey Buss discusses a series of federal court decisions issued this week that can help employers and employees gain clarity on the legality of workplace vaccine mandates.

Suite Talk: Nicholas W. Vitti Jr., real estate partner at Murtha...

Vitti stated there was "a need for new attorneys in this field."

2021: The year of the commercial property tax challenges?

"The property tax cases are historically and notoriously backlogged," said Wilkes about the court calendar.

Connecticut passes 4,000-mark on COVID-19 deaths

Courthouses in Danbury and Stamford are set to reopen June 29.

Xerox shareholders urge court to maintain injunction against Fujifilm Holdings

Xerox shareholder counsel Richard Marooney argued that lifting an injunction blocking the companies' merger would enable Fujifilm Holdings to pursue the terminated transaction.

Danbury, Stamford juvenile courts among closings due to budget cuts

Cases at the Danbury Juvenile Court will be transferred to Bridgeport and Waterbury, while such cases at the Stamford Juvenile Court will be moved to Bridgeport.