Browse by:
Legal & Courts

Third Wethersfield debt-free schemer guilty

Gregory Seay |

A Wethersfield woman faces as long as 10 years in prison and will repay victims more than $335,000 for laundering proceeds from a debt-elimination scheme run by her family, authorities say.

CT declines to probe crumbling foundation problem

Eric Bedner | Journal Inquirer | 2

Connecticut’s U.S. attorney’s office has declined to pursue a federal investigation into the area’s crumbling foundation problem, and advised homeowners to contact the FBI for more...

Trinity Health alters name to resolve trademark dispute

Patricia Daddona |

Trinity Health - New England has renamed itself “Trinity Health Of New England” to resolve a trademark dispute with a Springfield, Mass.-based health insurer.

Pentagon, Sikorsky sued over small-business contracts


A group representing small businesses is suing the Pentagon and Sikorsky for information about the defense contractor's hiring of small and minority businesses as subcontractors.

CT shares in $5.5M data breach settlement with Nationwide

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut is sharing with other states a $5.5 million settlement with Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company to resolve claims related to a 2012 data breach, state Attorney General George Jepsen said.

Tax preparers, financial advisors face tougher CT oversight

Karen Ali Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

State lawmakers passed multiple laws this year that toughen oversight on two key professional services sectors — financial planners and tax preparers.

Consumer Counsel seeks federal support for energy assistance

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut Consumer Counsel Elin Swanson Katz joined a national fight this week to preserve federal funding for energy assistance programs for low-income residents.

Biz owner pleads guilty to fraudulent environmental certification

Matt Pilon |

The owner of a Middletown industrial safety training company pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of making a false statement to the federal government, according to U.S. Attorney for the District of...

LAZ Parking pays $5.6M in Mass. transportation dispute

Patricia Daddona |

Hartford's LAZ Parking Limited LLC has paid $5.6 million to settle allegations it failed to detect and deter millions of dollars in theft by three of its employees from the Massachusetts Bay...

CT med-equipment provider seeks bankruptcy protection

A Branford provider of orthotic and prosthetic devices that has nearly a dozen clinics across the state, including in Hartford, East Hartford and Meriden, has filed for Ch. 11 bankruptcy...

Copyright 2017 New England Business Media