Legal Writes

Body-Cam Tech Is A Need, Not A Want

by Rev. Steven Cousin | Jun 8, 2018 2:03 pm | Comments (5)

(Opinion)—During the past few months, the budget for the City of New Haven has become a hotly contested issue. The city is facing a $20 million deficit in its Board of Education, rising costs for health benefits in its pensions, and a decline in financial support from the state. These conditions force New Haven residents to live by the motto, “we have to do more with less.” In order to address the city’s problems, some tough budgetary decisions were made.

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Northland’s Insurer Sues To Stop Paying

by Thomas Breen | May 31, 2018 7:55 am | Comments (15)

Paul Bass photoYou didn’t mention the mess at Church Street South.

An insurance company is basically making that claim in court against the owner of the crumbling, condemned and hazardous federally subsidized 301-unit apartment complex across from Union Station, in an effort to end its six-figure payouts. The owner, meanwhile, sees another case of an insurance company making up reasons to squirrel out of its legal responsibility to pay.

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