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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...
Medical Malpractice09/29/2009
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.
Medical Malpractice08/19/2009
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 Areas08/17/2009
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 Areas07/24/2009
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...
Medical Malpractice07/12/2009
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...
Personal Injury02/13/2009
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...
Personal Injury02/12/2009
$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 Injury12/08/2008
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...
Medical Malpractice12/08/2008
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...
Medical Malpractice11/24/2008
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...
Medical Malpractice11/13/2008
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...
Medical Malpractice11/13/2008

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