| Michael Koskoff comments on medical malpractice in TV interview |
In a return visit, Michael Koskoff discussed medical malpractice during a segment of "Connecticut Newsmakers," the WVIT (NBC-Hartford) program. He highlights...
| Michael Koskoff named vice president of exclusive trial lawyers group |
Attorney Michael P. Koskoff of Bridgeport-based Koskoff, Koskoff and Bieder has been elected vice president of the Inner Circle of Advocates, an organization...
| Michael Koskoff interviewed about medical malpractice |
Interview of Michael Koskoff on "Connecticut Newsmakers," the WVIT (NBC-Hartford) program on major issues of the day. He discusses medical malpractice.
| IBM Heiress Case Pushes Legal Boundaries |
Two decades ago, no states had civil unions, let alone marriage for same-sex couples. But blue-chip lawyers in New York and Connecticut nevertheless...
|Other Practice Areas||08/17/2009|
| Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder Becomes Beardsley Zoo's First Corporate Partner |
Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo today announced that the Bridgeport-based law firm of Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder has become its first Corporate Partner, by...
| Ruling May Bolster Claim to I.B.M. Fortune |
In a complex multi-state estate litigation case, a Maine court has ruled in favor of a woman represented by Atty. Michael Koskoff. The next step in the case...
|Other Practice Areas||07/24/2009|
| Defensive Medicine' A Myth – It's Only Greed |
With medical costs skyrocketing, doctors have come under close scrutiny for performing unnecessary surgery, tests and other procedures. Although ordering...
| Georgia Lawyers Take Sides in High Court Client Privilege Case |
Georgia lawyers are front and center in a U.S. Supreme Court case that could change the way appellate courts deal with questions of attorney-client privilege...
| Law firm's donation helps to construct playscape at Dunbar School |
The Bridgeport law firm of Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder donated $5,000, the equivalent of a half-million pennies, to the Dunbar Elementary School for their...
| Penny by penny, the payoff is a playground |
As Dunbar School youngsters chanted, "Cut it! Cut it!" fellow students representing each class used colorful scissors Thursday to cut the ribbon -- made of...
| Atty. Richard Bieder interviewed about Connecticut Burns Care Foundation |
Atty. Richard Bieder is interviewed on the radio about the law firm's support for the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation.
| Bridgeport Attorney Named to Federal Advisory Committee |
A Bridgeport attorney has been named to a newly formed federal advisory committee established by Connecticut’s two U.S. senators. Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder...
| Top Lawyers File Suit Against Governor |
A dozen leading Connecticut lawyers and the Connecticut Bar Association filed suit Monday to prevent Gov. M. Jodi Rell, the state treasurer and comptroller...
| Offerman sued in baseball bat attack |
In a lawsuit that seeks nearly $5 million, a former catcher for the Bridgeport Bluefish claims his baseball career was ended when he was struck in the head...
| Injured Catcher Files Lawsuit in Baseball Assault |
An attack with a baseball bat by former Major League All Star Jose Offerman during a professional baseball game has ended a catcher’s career. Now the former...
| $13.5 million settlement following industrial accident |
A $13.5 million settlement has been reached on behalf of a 27-year-old man injured while working at an industrial site. Attorney William M. Bloss...
| Law firm gives $50,000 to Bridgeport agency that helps the homeless |
A Bridgeport law firm has donated $50,000 to the Bridgeport Rescue Mission, which works to turn around the lives of people who are homeless or very poor...
| Law firm helps Rescue Mission |
The homeless shelter and community kitchen on Fairfield Avenue received presents Tuesday in the form of a $50,000 donation from a local law firm and food...
| Atty. William Bloss on national television |
Atty. William Bloss returns as a key analyst on TruTV (formerly called CourtTV). Here is a 13-minute segment of his commentary on a recent high profile trial.
| $2.3M For Wrongful Death In Underage DUI |
Estate of Justin Scott Brown v. Kimia The parents of college freshman Justin Scott Brown, of Greenwich, have been awarded a $2.3 million court-approved...
|Automobile Negligence , Personal Injury||12/08/2008|
| Physician's Family Challenges Malpractice Laws |
A doctor's widow is hoping to change Connecticut's laws to allow patients to sue for alleged malpractice discovered years after the fact. Attorneys for the...
| Michael Koskoff Appointed to Judicial Selection Commission |
Michael Koskoff, senior partner at Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder, has been named to a three year term as a commissioner on Connecticut’s Judicial Selection...
| The Lingering Impact of a Doctor's Death |
As an accomplished physician, Stanley Saperstein was acutely aware of the importance of getting an early diagnosis. The lack of one in 1999 sent him to an...
| Wife of former physician sues Danbury Hospital |
The widow of a doctor who worked at Danbury Hospital for more than three decades is suing the hospital and one of its physicians, saying a pre-cancerous...
| Doctor's widow sues over diagnosis |
The widow of a doctor from Southbury has sued the hospital where he practiced, claiming its top pathologist misdiagnosed his fatal throat cancer in 1999...