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Biden nominates CT judge to higher court

President Biden has nominated a federal judge in Connecticut to a higher position. Judge Sarah A. L. Merriam, who has served as a U.S....

Trump sues to stop AG James’ investigation that includes his Westchester...

Donald Trump and the Trump Organization have filed suit to stop New York State Attorney General Leitia James from proceeding with her investigation into their dealings regarding certain real state properties including the Seven Springs Estate in Westchester.

Lawsuit challenges New York’s tenant protection act changes

It’s not possible to predict when there might be an outcome in a lawsuit challenging New York state’s 2019 Housing Stability and Tenant Protection...

Judge dismisses Westport man’s slander and libel lawsuit against News 12...

Lawrence was also arrested in Westport in February 2019 on charges of harassing a woman by email.

NY and CT appeal ruling upholding SALT cap

“The Trump Administration’s SALT policy is retribution politics – plain and simple,” said New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Cuomo to Trump: See you in court

“My message to Mr. Trump and the IRS is simple: we look forward to seeing you in court,” New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Wednesday concerning a new lawsuit filed by New York, Connecticut and New Jersey against the Internal Revenue Service.

Trial to begin in Bridgeport against Philip Morris in smoker’s death

The lawsuit alleges 42-year-old Jeanette Bifolck died in 2000 as a result of having smoked the company’s Marlboro and Marlboro Lights since the early 1970s.

Court rules in favor of Sonitor Technologies in patent infringement case

CenTrak, a developer of real-time locating systems for health care facilities, claimed the Sonitor Sense product line infringed on its patented technology.

Report: SAC Capital braces for investor withdrawals

Stamford hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors has reportedly informed its employees that it could be facing substantial client withdrawals this year in the face of increasing scrutiny from federal regulators.

DOJ, Conn. sue Apple over e-book pricing

The U.S. Department of Justice, along with Connecticut, sued Apple Inc. and book publishers over alleged stifling of e-book prices.