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Oct 16 2013

Suit: Hotel wanted to hike rates after Sandy

As it appeared the Connecticut Post BRIDGEPORT — The former manager of the Holiday Inn on Main Street claims he was fired for refusing to raise room rates for guests […]

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Nov 16 2012

Wheelchair User Wins $243,000 In Wrongful Termination Case Against Planet Fitness

As it appeared in the Connecticut Law Tribune Click here to download the PDF CHRISTIAN NOLAN, The Connecticut Law Tribune Rebecca Smith v. PFS Fitness LLC: A fitness center worker […]

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Aug 26 2012

Judge extends New Haven Fire Department oversight; special master must OK all promotions

As it appeared in the New Haven Register By William Kaempffer, Register Staff wkaempffer@nhregister.com / Twitter: @kaempffer1 NEW HAVEN — A Superior Court judge has ordered judicial oversight of all promotions in […]

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Jul 27 2012

School Bus Crash Victims Settle for $6.5 Million

As it appeared in the Connecticut Law Tribune Download the PDF Here Judge’s mediation resolves claims of nine plaintiffs firms Christian Nolan The Connecticut Law Tribune Pratikkumar Parikh v. Autumn […]

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Jan 27 2012

Competitive Technologies, Inc. Resolves Litigation With Former Chief Executive Officer

As it appeared in Reuters Friday, 27 Jan 2012 11:24am EST Competitive Technologies, Inc. announced that it has settled all disputes with its former Chairman and CEO John B. Nano. […]

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Nov 1 2011

Pilot Awarded $300K in Suit Against Tradewind Aviation

As it appeared on WCCT TV By Gregory B. Hladky, CT.com11:52 a.m. EDT, November 1, 2011 A pilot named Jeffrey Nelson who flew planes out of Oxford’s small airport was laid […]

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Sep 2 2010

Groton discrimination complaint charges superintendent fired assistant wrongfully

As it appeared in The Day By Matt Collette Publication: The Day |Published 09/02/2010 12:00 AM | Updated 09/02/2010 04:36 AM Groton – Former assistant superintendent of schools Dottie Hoyt has filed […]

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Apr 2 2010

Jury Awards Former Pfizer Scientist $1.37 Million

As it appeared in the Hartford Courant WHISTLE-BLOWER April 02, 2010|By EDMUND H. MAHONY, The Hartford Courant HARTFORD — — A former Pfizer scientist who claims that she has been paralyzed […]

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Apr 2 2010

A Pfizer Whistle-Blower Is Awarded $1.4 Million

As it appeared in the New York Times By ANDREW POLLACK and DUFF WILSON A federal jury has awarded $1.37 million in damages to a former Pfizer scientist who claimed she was sickened by a […]

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Apr 2 2010

Scientist Wins Whistle-Blower Suit Vs. Pfizer

As it appeared in The Associated Press By Yvonne Nava |  Friday, Apr 2, 2010  |  Updated 8:45 AM EST Three, years ago, Becky McClain, of Deep River, went after Pfizer, saying a genetically […]

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