Former Nursing Students Sue Connecticut’s Stone Academy School Failed Students ‘In Every Conceivable Way’05/03/2023
Former students of Stone Academy, a nursing school that operated in three Connecticut locations, commenced a lawsuit, by complaint dated May 2, 2023, seeking compensation and punitive damages for the school’s “abject failure” to provide promised education and training despite assurances that the school would ready them to become licensed practical nurses.
WSHU Public Radio Reports on Amended Complaint in Prison Debt Class Action05/02/2023 | wshu.org
WSHU Public Radio reported on the amended complaint filed in the high-profile pro bono case Beatty v. Lamont, a class action lawsuit seeking to eliminate Connecticut’s “prison debt” law, under which the state forces people it incarcerates to pay hundreds of dollars...
Today’s Business: Options for dealing with an investment adviser’s bad conduct05/02/2023 | Connecticut Hearst papers
While most financial advisors are capable and responsive to our needs, what happens when you incur losses because your financial advisor violated your trust or engaged in self-dealing? The answer depends on what type of advisor was handling your money and what...