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How to prove you’re not hired, fired or forced to retire...

If you are over 40 years old, age discrimination at work may start with teasing comments from co-workers like, “Must be nice to be so close to retirement,” but it’s no joke when you lose a job on the basis of your age, not your ability.

Awards to honor four lawyers and law student

The 12th annual Above the Bar Awards will be held June 5 at Whitby Castle on the grounds of the Rye Golf Club from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Deirdre M. Daly resigns as U.S. attorney for Connecticut

She was appointed by President Barack Obama and sworn in May 28, 2014.

Frederick named bar foundation fellow

Attorney Steven M. Frederick of Stamford was elected a 2017 Fellow of the Connecticut Bar Foundation James W. Cooper Fellows Program.

Rockland County IT executive accused of bilking actors union investments of...

Enrico Rubano is accused of approving hundreds of false invoices to phony consulting companies.

Finn Dixon & Herling signs lease at Landmark Square in Stamford

The group will lease a 26,385-square-foot space at 6 Landmark Square in Stamford, a move about a quarter-mile down the road from its current office at 177 Broad St.

23 Domino’s to pay $448K for underpaying employees

New York pizza franchisees settle with Attorney General to pay 750 underpaid employees

New Yorkers to receive refund after antitrust e-book settlement

Publishers will compensate consumers in the state $11.5 million

Martin taps Emmett as Stamford legal chief

New director of legal affairs, like mayor-elect, takes office Dec. 1.

These detectives pack engineering degrees

A Westchester engineering firm works a specialty market in construction, insurance and litigation.

Lawsuit examines employer liability

Westport attorney Michael Koskoff and three colleagues are in Los Angeles as members of the Jackson family’s legal team in Katherine Jackson v. AEG Live

Law firm opens social media practice

A Connecticut law firm opened a new practice group in April specifically for issues related to social media, privacy and the internet.

State’s top federal prosecutor to resign

David B. Fein, a U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced his resignation April 30 with the intention of returning to the private sector.

Taking precautions to protect the elderly

Here in Westchester County and throughout New York state, elder abuse is growing each year. But statistics alone can’t capture the heart-wrenching situations that estate and guardianship litigators see every day.

Fiscal cliff tax changes explained

On Jan. 1, Congress passed HR 8, the American Taxpayer Relief Act, which will prevent many of the tax increases that were scheduled to go into effect this year while at the same time retaining many of the scheduled tax breaks that were set to expire. Here are some key provisions of the new law.