News

Trending

News Image

Supreme Court Allows Sandy Hook Relatives to Sue Gun Maker

November 12, 2019 The Supreme Court has denied Remington Arms Co.'s appeal to block a lawsuit filed by families of victims of the Sandy Hook school massacre. The families say Remington, the maker and marketer of the AR-15-style rifle used in the 2012 killings, should be held liable. READ MORE

  • Antonio Ponvert

    Antonio Ponvert Interviewed About Police Brutality June 5, 2020 LISTEN HERE

  • CHRISTOPHER M. MATTEI

    Attorney Chris Mattei Interviewed About the Impact of Coronavirus on Our Legal System April 7, 2020 LISTEN HERE

  • Chadwick

    Law Firm Koskoff Koskoff & Bieder's Connection to 'Black Panther' Star Chadwick Boseman August 31, 2020 "It makes me wonder whether his absence from some of the activities was because he was simultaneously dealing with his disease and diagnosis," Connecticut attorney Josh Koskoff said regarding the actor. READ MORE

Recent Cases and News

Antonio Ponvert Interviewed About Police Brutality LISTEN HERE

Attorney Chris Mattei Interviewed About the Impact of Coronavirus on Our Legal System LISTEN HERE

Law Firm Koskoff Koskoff & Bieder's Connection to 'Black Panther' Star Chadwick Boseman "It makes me wonder whether his absence from some of the activities was because he was simultaneously dealing with his disease and diagnosis," Connecticut attorney Josh Koskoff said regarding the actor. READ MORE

Family of man who committed suicide sues Waterbury Hospital The family of a man who committed suicide at Waterbury Hospital has filed suit against the hospital, its parent company and the doctors who treated him. READ MORE

Supreme Court Allows Sandy Hook Relatives to Sue Gun Maker The Supreme Court cleared the way on Tuesday for relatives of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims to sue the Remington Arms Company, the maker of the rifle used in the massacre. READ MORE

17 new lawsuits allege Pam cooking spray cans exploded, causing severe burns Conagra Brands has been hit with 17 new lawsuits that allege certain cans of Pam cooking spray ignited fires that severely burned users. READ MORE

Setting Sights on the AR-15: After Las Vegas Shooting, Lawyers Target Gun Companies For years, advocates of gun control have struggled to pierce a legal shield that protects firearms manufacturers from liability, even as gunmen in mass shootings have relied on their powerful wares to amplify the carnage of their attacks. READ MORE

Who Should Own Photos of Slaves? The Descendants, not Harvard, a Lawsuit Says NORWICH, Conn. — The two slaves, a father and daughter, were stripped to the waist and positioned for frontal and side views. READ MORE

Gun Cases

Supreme Court Allows Sandy Hook Relatives to Sue Gun Maker The Supreme Court cleared the way on Tuesday for relatives of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims to sue the Remington Arms Company, the maker of the rifle used in the massacre. READ MORE

Setting Sights on the AR-15: After Las Vegas Shooting, Lawyers Target Gun Companies For years, advocates of gun control have struggled to pierce a legal shield that protects firearms manufacturers from liability, even as gunmen in mass shootings have relied on their powerful wares to amplify the carnage of their attacks. READ MORE

Families of Sandy Hook shooting victims can sue gunmaker Remington over 2012 attack, court says Connecticut’s Supreme Court ruled Thursday that the manufacturer of the Bushmaster AR-15-style semiautomatic rifle can be sued and potentially held liable in the 2012 mass murder at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn. READ MORE

Connecticut judge orders Alex Jones to turn over some Infowars financial documents to Sandy Hook families A Superior Court judge ruled Friday that Alex Jones must turn over some financial and marketing documents related to his Infowars empire to the parents of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims who are suing him for calling the 2012 massacre at the school a hoax. READ MORE

Our People

Connecticut Movers: Lawyers Making a Difference Attorney Preston C. Tisdale, of Bridgeport's Koskoff Koskoff & Bieder, has been appointed to the executive committee of the Public Justice Foundation. READ MORE

UConn's First JD-MD Grad Confronts Talk of 'Betrayal' It's safe to say that doctors view medical malpractice attorneys with a certain amount of skepticism. A good med mal lawyer can eviscerate a physician's reputation and decimate his or her assets. READ MORE

See All News