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White Plains daycare center in proposed $475,000 deal for negligence resulting...

The mother of a 7-year-old girl who suffered brain damage after choking on a peach at a White Plains daycare center has reached a $475,000 settlement with Children's Corner Learning Center.

Allstate awarded $6.3M in Spina health care fraud case

According to an amended complaint filed last year, Middletown chiropractor James A. Spina created a "multi-disciplinary fraudulent behemoth" to exploit New York's no-fault insurance laws.

Audi R8 owner demands $190,000 from Briarcliff Manor mechanic

A 2008 Audi R8, a muscular, 420 horsepower supercar, sells for about $85,000 to $88,000, according to Edmunds.com.

New York AG James issues warnings over cryptocurrency

“All investors should proceed with extreme caution when investing in virtual currencies,” she said.

Black Rock Shopping Center suing Gap Inc. for $120K unpaid rent

In an April filing with the SEC, Gap Inc. said it had stopped paying rent for its 2,785 North American retail stores due to the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Lawyer Jeffrey Buss predicts increased litigation from Covid-19

Buss said that Covid-19 has put a focus on often-overlooked pandemic and public health law.

Purdue Pharma reportedly studying bankruptcy options to avoid lawsuits

Connecticut Attorney General William Tong said, “We will oppose any attempt to avoid our claims, and will continue to vigorously and aggressively pursue our claims against Purdue and the Sackler family.”

BIC files lawsuits to stop imports and sales of Chinese knock-off...

BIC stated the Chinese lighters failed to meet the U.S. safety and quality standards.

Danbury plans appeal in lawsuit over Sports Dome permitting process

Sports Dome owners first sued the city in May 2015, maintaining its delays in approving permits cost them an additional $380,000 in construction and $1.5 million in lost revenue.

Fairfield files $3M suit over contaminated fill pile

The fill pile at One Rod Highway has allegedly tripled in size, in violation of a contract calling for it to be reduced.

CT Attorney General Jepsen to ‘pick our battles with care’ when...

Connecticut Attorney General explained why he shied away from leading fight against travel ban.

Conn. files lawsuit against Stamford doctor, husband for prescription fraud

"This doctor utterly failed to adhere to even a minimal prudent standard of care,” said Attorney General George Jepsen about Dr. Kakra Gyambibi.

Xerox posts revenue decline, settles suit with shareholder

For the period ending Sept. 30, total revenue was down 3 percent — the Norwalk company's seventh consecutive quarter of decline.

Xerox sued by shareholder to stop business split

The plaintiff argues that the split would leave him invested in an “unattractive, low-growth” document technology business.

Bridgeport nursing home company sued for financial malfeasance

Improperly diverting nursing home retirement plan assets is at the center of the lawsuit.