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Opioid treatment provider to pay $884K to settle Medicaid claims allegations

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A Connecticut opioid treatment provider and its chief executive have reached an $883,859 settlement with the state of Connecticut and the federal government to resolve allegations that the company...

Former Dunkin' Donuts Park developers to appeal case against Yard Goats

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The former developers of Dunkin' Donuts Park are appealing a court ruling that found the Hartford Yard Goats did not "meddle" in relations with the Capital City over ballpark construction changes and...

Middletown business owner gets 6 months in prison for falsifying credentials

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The owner of a Middletown industrial safety training company has been sentenced to six months in prison and fined $20,000 for falsely certifying that he had completed a lead abatement course,...

Ex-Dillon Stadium developer gets three years in jail

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Former Dillon Stadium developer James C. Duckett Jr. has been sentenced to three years in prison for his role in a fraud scheme involving a $12 million redevelopment of the Hartford stadium.

CT residents weigh in on net neutrality, but bots may be too


Tens of thousands of Connecticut residents have weighed in on a proposal to reverse Obama-administration “net neutrality rules” that prevent internet providers from blocking a rival's...

E. Hartford lawyer gets jail time for tax evasion

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A federal judge has sentenced an East Hartford attorney to two years in prison for tax evasion, for which the Internal Revenue Service is owed $1.5 million in back taxes.

Stamford businessman with Simsbury ties charged in alleged investment scheme

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A federal grand jury in New Haven returned a 39-count indictment in late November charging Thomas J. Connerton of Stamford in an alleged investment scheme that defrauded investors out of more than $2...

W. Hartford law firm opens fourth office in Boston

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West Hartford law firm Seiger Gfeller Laurie LLP has opened an office in Boston, its fourth in the Northeast.

Shays wrote the law, but wants reform of Congress's sexual harassment policy


Congress's Office of Compliance is under attack for its use of taxpayer money to pay for secret workplace settlements, including those in sexual harassment cases, involving lawmakers and their staff...

Thinking of entering the A.G. sweepstakes? You better read this


A Democratic legislator and a former Republican lawmaker took steps toward a run for Connecticut attorney general Tuesday, one day after George Jepsen's surprise announcement he would not seek a...

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