A former CT Superior Court judge, Oliver becomes the latest of President Joe Biden’s nominees to win approval to the federal judiciary.
Gov. Ned Lamont is naming Robert Clark as an appellate judge and eight women and seven men as trial judges.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s first class of trial court nominations will fill 15 of the 50 vacancies.
While it’s taken a different legal approach, Connecticut joins Massachusetts in laying the blame for the nation’s opioid crisis on the wealthy Sackler family.
Connecticut became the latest state on Thursday to sue Stamford-based Purdue Pharma, saying the company purposefully downplayed the risks of addiction of OxyContin and other opioid painkillers. Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen said he sued in Superior Court because Purdue was not “serious about addressing the states’ very real allegations of misconduct and coming to a meaningful settlement.”
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy nominated Judge Ingrid L. Moll as a judge of the Appellate Court and 11 lawyers as judges of the Superior Court on Tuesday, leaving for another day his choice to be chief justice of Connecticut’s highest court, the Supreme Court.
The first of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s second-term nominees to the Superior Court are Alice A. Bruno of New Britain, John B. Farley of West Hartford, Gerald L. Harmon of Southington and Edward T. Krumeich II of Greenwich.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy nominated 16 Superior Court and two Appellate Court judges Friday, the largest and possibly last class of judicial nominees of the Democratic governor’s first term.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy nominated 15 Superior Court judges and one appellate judge Thursday, drawing heavily on lawyers with political pedigrees, including three former legislators: Maurice B. Mosley, Thomas G. Moukawsher and Andrew W. Roraback. The governor’s choice for the Appellate Court was Christine E. Keller of Hartford, who has a decade of experience as […]