| Bridgeport Attorney Wins Prestigious National Award |
The highest honor bestowed by the Association of Trial Lawyers of America will be awarded to Bridgeport Attorney Richard A. Bieder, a partner at the law firm...
| Suit blames Sikorsky, GE in air crash |
The parents of a Navy veteran who survived Iraq only to die in a helicopter crash in Italy is suing United Technologies Corp., its Sikorsky Aircraft...
| Doctor who pleaded guilty in fraud scheme returning to India |
After being spared prison time yesterday, a Norwalk doctor who bilked Medicaid and private insurers through a free child vaccine program will return to her...
|Other Practice Areas||06/30/2005|
| Inmate's Death Probed |
Adnan Saeed appeared to be fine during a telephone conversation with his family about an hour prior to his death at a Suffield prison, the inmate's older...
| State Makes Final Preparations, Courts Hear Final Arguments in Ross Case |
Serial killer Michael Ross spent the hours before his scheduled execution visiting with his father, close friends and lawyer, and reaffirmed his decision to...
| Jury says family deserves $1.75 million in medical malpractice case |
A New Britain Superior Court jury Monday awarded $1.75 million to an Ellington couple in a medical malpractice case involving their daughter who died in 1996...
| The 'Big Baby' In Med-Mal Case Was Not The Mother; Jurors disagreed with doctor's critical assessment |
During the five-week medical malpractice trial of Waterbury obstetrician Thomas McNamee Jr., the five-man, one-woman jury was inscrutable. There were no nods...
| $2.4M awarded in medical case; Malpractice claim involved child birth |
A jury has awarded a 9-year-old Waterbury girl $2.4 million in a medical malpractice suit brought against Dr. Thomas McNamee Jr., an obstetrician. From...
| Court Outlaws Death Penalty for Juveniles |
The U.S. Supreme Court rules that it is illegal to execute convicted murderers if they are under age 18. Atty. Antonio Ponvert comments on Fox News Live.
| Professionals in Training |
Four Bridgeport law firms created a program to give disadvantaged young adults in the community a chance to work as interns for three months, but it hasn't...
|Other Practice Areas||02/14/2005|
| Atty. Antonio Ponvert III interview |
Atty. Antonio Ponvert III was interviewed on the WVIT (NBC-30) program, "Connecticut Newsmakers." He discussed the Michael Ross execution case. The program...
| Ross request for competency exam delays his execution again |
The knell tolled at 11:59 p.m. Monday, killing the death warrant but not Michael Ross. The serial killer escaped still another date with death Monday, and...
| Michael Ross execution case |
This segment on the Michael Ross execution case appeared on Fox5 news at 6:00 p.m. The program aired on January 31, 2005.
| Killer's execution is delayed despite supreme court ruling |
The United States Supreme Court turned down two last-minute moves yesterday to postpone Connecticut's execution of a convicted serial killer, clearing the...
| Michael Ross Execution On Hold |
Dan Ross filed a civil lawsuit in U.S. District Court on January 27, 2005, seeking an injunction to halt the pending execution of his son, Michael Ross...
| Date With Death - Michael Ross case on Fox 61 News at 10 |
This segment on the Michael Ross execution case appeared on Fox 61(Hartford) News at 10. The program aired on January 28, 2005.
| Ross moving closer to death chamber after high court rejects public defenders' motion |
Serial killer Michael Ross has his belongings packed in boxes and is expected to move into the holding cell adjacent to the death chamber today, even as the...
| Judge further delays execution |
As the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday considered whether to lift a stay blocking serial killer Michael Ross’ execution, a federal judge issued a restraining...
| Stay of execution - Michael Ross case on CBS (Hartford) |
This segment on the Michael Ross execution case appeared on WFSB CBS (Hartford) news at 11. The program aired on January 26, 2005.
| Quiet Civil Settlement Ends Shooting Ordeal |
A long and sad saga that started six years ago when a white police officer shot a black suspect at close range has drawn to a quiet close with the $1.6...
| New Canaan Family Awarded $1.8 Million In Birth Trauma Case Against Stamford Doctor |
There will be no appeal in a medical malpractice case against at Stamford doctor that left an infant with life-long shoulder and arm injuries. A jury award...
| Joshua Koskoff named “New Leader Of Law” by Connecticut Law Tribune |
Joshua D. Koskoff, 38, has been named one of Connecticut’s “New Leaders of the Law” in the annual competition sponsored by the Connecticut Law Tribune...
|Medical Malpractice, Air Crash||11/10/2004|
| National and State lawyer groups honor Richard Bieder for career aiding victims of crime, accidents, other trauma. |
After nearly 35 years of helping victims of crimes, accidents and malpractice, Attorney Richard A. Bieder has been named this year’s recipient of top awards...
|Other Practice Areas||07/28/2004|
| Driving Without Car Insurance |
Last year, the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles notified 72,489 drivers that their car insurance had lapsed. Nearly 23,000 of them never reinstated...