|Atty. Kathleen Nastri Discusses E-coli |
E-coli in food remains a concern throughout the region. Atty. Kathleen Nastri discusses these product liability cases during a television interview. E-coli...
|Inmate files federal lawsuit in 2004 beating |
An inmate filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against state prison officials, claiming he was severely beaten by guards for complaining about excessive force...
|Koskoff's Atty. Bloss is at the anchor desk of the Court TV program, "Banfield and Ford: Courtside." |
Attorney Bill Bloss was sitting in for Jack Ford, the regular co-host of this live national program, analyzing one of the high profile cases of the day.
|Carrots, Sticks, and the Liabilities of Teen Drinking |
Commentary by Atty. Richard Bieder as published in The Justice Journal
|Law Firm Establishes Scholarship Fund at Housatonic Community College |
The law firm of Koskoff, Koskoff & Bieder announced today that it has donated $20,000 to establish a scholarship fund for Housatonic Community College...
|'Tis the season to make a difference |
Westport-based Source Marketing has a budget to give holiday gifts to its clients. But this year the public relations firm scrapped the practice and used the...
|Bridgeport Schools Receive Holiday Technology Gift |
The holidays came a little bit early this year for the Bridgeport School System, and in particular, the seventh grade students at Winthrop School. The law...
|Boy's Violent Birth Produces Record Verdict |
Omar Earlington Jr., et al. v. Anthony Anastasi, et al.: A 4-year-old Windsor boy won a record $2.69 million verdict Oct. 31 for partial shoulder paralysis...
|Windsor boy, injured at birth, wins millions |
A Hartford Superior Court jury this week awarded a medical malpractice verdict of almost $2.6 million to a 4-year-old Windsor boy who has permanent...
|$2.7 Million Awarded In Malpractice Suit |
A young Windsor boy and his mother have secured what is believed to be the largest medical malpractice verdict ever in Connecticut for the type of injury he...
|Lobsterman, Plans For Pipeline Collide |
A local lobsterman has chosen to defy the town and keep his rights to a potentially valuable stretch of seabed off the shore of Branford that's in the path...
|Atty. Kathleen Nastri interviewed regarding e-coli in spinach |
Atty. Kathleen Nastri was interviewed by radio stations throughout Connecticut in response to federal warnings that residents should not eat fresh spinach...
|Atty. Richard Bieder interviewed about teenage drinking |
Atty. Richard Bieder, a member of the Board of Directors of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, is interviewed on WVIT's "Connecticut Newsmakers, highlighting the...
|Atty. Neal DeYoung and Koskoff support unique job training program |
National Public Radio features Atty. Neal DeYoung and his effort to find jobs for inner city youth.
|Association of Trial Lawyers Honors Bieder for Helping Clients Fight for Justice in the Courtroom |
A national association of trial lawyers has honored prominent Bridgeport attorney Richard Bieder for his record of fighting for justice in the courtroom on...
|Their Life Ahead |
Margaret Mueller and Charlotte Stacey are the first same-sex couple to seek legal compensation for loss of consortium in a medical malpractice suit.
|Medical Malpractice, Civil Rights||07/19/2006|
|Lesbian couple files medical malpractice lawsuit |
A lesbian couple filed a medical malpractice lawsuit Tuesday claiming botched cancer treatments damaged their love life. Their attorneys say it is the first...
|Medical Malpractice, Civil Rights||07/18/2006|
|The Connecticut Law Tribune Honors Atty. Richard Bieder |
Atty. Richard Bieder received the annual Pro Bono Award for his efforts in creating Trial Lawyers Care Inc.
|Jury: Prison Captain Used Excessive Force |
After deliberating about five hours Friday, a federal jury in Bridgeport found that a captain at Northern Correctional Institution used excessive force...
|Wrongful Death Lawsuit Settled |
The state has agreed to a $2.33 million settlement with the parents of James Bell, a patient at the Whiting Forensic Institute who died in 2002 while being...
|Connecticut Super Lawyers 2006 |
Atty. Michael Koskoff was the top medical malpractice lawyer in Connecticut Super Lawyers 2006 and also the top vote-getter in any specialty, according to a...
|A Waterbury jury says a family deserves $36.5 million in a medical malpractice case that left an infant brain damaged, blind and with cerebral palsy. |
Atty. Christopher Bernard represented a Farmington Valley family in the case against Hartford Hospital and an obstetrician.
|Local attorneys split on high court nominee |
Harriet Miers' lack of judicial experience doesn't seem to be much of a concern to President Bush. Several Connecticut lawyers, however, say they aren't...
|Family claims state negligent in suicide |
The family of a young man who committed suicide while in the state's care is claiming negligence in a lawsuit recently brought against the Department of...
|Credit Card Firms Sued: Commercial Litigation |
Digging into his wallet after a panini sandwich at JAM's deli, Bridgeport attorney Richard Bieder noticed how much the owner preferred being paid in cash...