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Vanessa Avery nominated as next U.S. Attorney for Connecticut

She will replace John Durham, who retired last March.

Danbury Hospital pays $10,000 as part of ADA compliance issue settlement

The complainant will be compensated for $10,000.

LA Fitness in Norwalk settles federal ADA compliance concerns

The upgrades to ensure ADA compliance will take three years to complete.

Former U.S. Attorney Daly joins Stamford office of Finn Dixon &...

In her new role, Deirdre M. Daly will work as a member of the law firm’s Litigation and Government & Internal Investigations practices.

Boyle named to second spot in U.S. Attorney’s Office of Connecticut

The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Connecticut has named Leonard C. Boyle the First Assistant U.S. Attorney, the second-ranking position within that office.

Riverside UPS Store settles ADA charges on service animals

The UPS Store #1217 in the Riverside section of Greenwich agreed to a settlement resolving allegations that the store was not in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

Former rental company executive sentenced for parole violation

John N. Milne, who served 27 months for conspiring to falsify the books and records of United Rentals Inc. while he served as its president, was sentenced to 24 months for violating the terms of his supervised release.

Westport inn and restaurant reach settlement over ADA compliance

The settlement resolves an ADA complaint brought by an unnamed claimant who said the establishments could not be accessed by the disabled.

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

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

Sessions retains Daly as U.S. Attorney for Connecticut

She will remain in her position through October., when she completes 20 years of service in the Justice Dept.

Trump likely to bounce Fairfield resident Daly as state’s U.S. attorney

Potential replacements include Martha Dean, who lost the 2010 state Attorney General election and briefly ran as a Republican gubernatorial candidate in 2014.