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Connecticut Appellate Court affirms award of sole custody to father in divorce action

 

Wife commenced dissolution action.…
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Insurance Coverage: Exclusion for Injury "Arising Out of Sexual Molestation" Applies Only to Claims Arising Out of Molestation Allegedly Perpetrated by the Insured

Jay W. Jackson

by Jay W. Jackson
July 26, 2011
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Insurance Coverage: Exclusion for Injury “Arising Out of Sexual Molestation” Applies Only to Claims Arising Out of Molestation Allegedly Perpetrated by the Insured 

New London…
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Connecticut Appellate Court reverses finding of contempt in divorce action

Joseph M. Busher

by Joseph M. Busher
July 26, 2011
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Connecticut Divorce Lawyer Wethersfield Farmington Southington East Haddam Cromwell

 

Connecticut Appellate Court reverses finding of contempt in divorce action

 

July 26, 2011. Ex-husband appealed…
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CT Car Accident Update: Appellate Court addresses verdict after race injury

Kathryn M. Cunningham

by Kathryn M. Cunningham
July 26, 2011
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CT Car Accident Update: Appellate Court addresses verdict after race injury

 

Car…
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Connecticut Supreme Court addresses certificate of good faith for medical malpractice actions, holding that failure to attach is waivable

Peter K. O'Keefe

by Peter K. O'Keefe
July 26, 2011
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Connecticut medical malpractice lawyer Farmington Wethersfield Southington West Hartford Cromwell

 

Connecticut Supreme Court addresses certificate of good faith for medical malpractice actions, holding that failure to attach is waivable

 

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Superior Court Opinion Holds that a Parent's Obligation to Pay One-half of a Child's College Loan When the Child's Obligation to Repay Commences Requires an Immediate Lump Sum Payment

Joseph M. Busher

by Joseph M. Busher
July 26, 2011
jmbusher@jacksonokeefe.com

Connecticut Divorce Lawyer West Hartford Wethersfield Farmington Southington East Haddam Cromwell

 

Connecticut Child Support - A Connecticut Superior Court Opinion Holds that a Parent’s Obligation to Pay One-half of a Child’s College…
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