In a recent decision from the District of Connecticut, Judge Meyer awarded attorneys’ fees against a plaintiff who the court found brought an
In the District of Connecticut, an out of state publisher with no alleged direct contacts with Connecticut recently lost its bid to have a case
District court dismisses copyright infringement and perjury suit brought by creator of short story The Haunting of Addie Longwood against
Connecticut state Representative Pat Dillon introduced a bill (HB 5083) that would prevent companies from offshoring the drafting, reviewing or analyzing of legal documents to unlicensed workers overseas.
A state trial court in Connecticut has held that there is no indemnification coverage available under a medical professional liability policy for a suit arising out of allegations that the named insured hired a physician who he knew was not licensed to practice medicine.
Connecticut, like many other states, decades ago enacted a "mini-FTC" Act, modeled after the federal law, 15 U.S.C. 45(a)(1), prohibiting unfair trade practices.