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Shipman & Goodwin taps former AG Jepsen to lead new practice group

Joe Cooper |

Shipman & Goodwin LLP says it's hired former Attorney General George Jepsen and his top lieutenant, marking the second round of high-profile former state government leaders the Hartford law firm has...

Hartford’s Murtha Cullina brings on ex-DMV commish

Joe Cooper |

Hartford law firm Murtha Cullina says it's hired the recently departed commissioner of the state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

Hartford’s Robinson+Cole debuts new locations

Joe Cooper |

Hartford law firm Robinson+Cole has expanded its bankruptcy practice with the launch of new offices in Pennsylvania and Delaware.

Would-be Hartford med-tech investor loses assets in court

Matt Pilon |

With a federal judge's approval, a lender has seized core assets from CliniFlow Technologies, a company that burned through $400,000 of taxpayer money in a failed campaign to build a $45 million...

Hartford’s Shipman & Goodwin taps DCF’s Katz as partner

Joe Cooper |

The former commissioner of Connecticut's Department of Children and Families (DCF) has joined Hartford law firm Shipman & Goodwin LLP as a partner.

Thomas Goldberg | Managing Partner, Day Pitney

Sean Teehan |

Hartford law firm Day Pitney LLP, which has over 100 attorneys locally and is the third-largest firm in Greater Hartford, has been eyeing growth in another state lately: Florida.

Hartford's Day Pitney completes Florida expansion

Joe Cooper |

Hartford law firm Day Pitney LLP says it has completed its merger with a Florida-based firm.

Day Pitney inks merger with Florida law firm

Joe Cooper |

Hartford law firm Day Pitney LLP says it will expand its Florida presence following a merger with a veteran firm located in Miami and West Palm Beach.

Law firm Akin Gump opens in Hartford

Gregory Seay |

Renowned New York law firm Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP has opened its first Connecticut office in downtown Hartford to house its reassembled global debt-finance practice.

Bristol attorney, former councilwoman admits to defrauding clients

Joe Cooper |

A Bristol attorney and former city council member has admitted to defrauding clients out of more than $169,400, with a portion used to finance her husband's startup radio station, prosecutors say.

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