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Published on June 13, 2017

UPDATE: Connecticut Lawsuits in the News

Priest’s sex assault in New Fairfield reverberates over decades

“The leaders of the diocese transferred Father Federici from parish to parish despite being aware of multiple complaints of sexual abuse of minors, all for the purpose of giving the priest a fresh start,” said Tremont, whose law firm sued the diocese …

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Key Group Organized In Response To Clergy Sex Abuse Crisis In Connecticut Disbands

This week, the Diocese of Bridgeport settled the last of dozens of clergy sex abuse lawsuits involving more than 25 priests.

“It’s almost a sense of relief that from our perspective, this series of events — which took so much out of our Diocese in …

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Connecticut Diocese Settles Lawsuits Alleging Sexual Abuse

A Roman Catholic Diocese in Connecticut has settled lawsuits by five men who alleged they were sexually abused by four priests when they were boys in the 1970s and 1980s.

Terms of the settlements were not disclosed.

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Rolling Stone, fraternity agree to settle rape story lawsuit

RICHMOND, VA
A University of Virginia fraternity chapter has agreed to settle its lawsuit against Rolling Stone magazine over a debunked story about a rape on campus.

The Virginia Alpha Chapter of the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity said in a …

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Ganim gears up for lawsuit over access to public campaign funds

Chris Mattei is also exploring a run for governor.

Oh, by the way, Mattei is the former lead prosecutor for public corruption cases in the U.S. attorney’s office in Connecticut and won a conviction against former Gov. John G. Rowland for …

More info on the CT Post

Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against American Flight Academy

“I am claiming there were maintenance issues with the plane, and that will come out further as the lawsuit unfolds,” Peck told the Troubleshooters.

Federal investigators concluded it was pilot-induced error, however which of the two …

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Man Awarded $323,000 in Excessive Force Lawsuit

A man who sued Connecticut police officers for excessive force after suffering a black eye and spending two days in jail has been awarded $323,000 by a jury.

Full story on US News

Insurers File Motion To Dismiss Claims In Lawsuit On Behalf Of Homeowners With Failing Foundations

Filed in January 2016 by Attorney Ryan Barry, the suit claims that 111 active Connecticut insurance companies are part of a “concerted scheme to deny [homeowners] coverage for their failing basement walls, which experts say must be replaced …

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