Most Recent Special Sections

Supreme Court Year in Review

In the Law Tribune’s Supreme Court Year in Review special section, articles focus on environmental protection, property and land use and other topics.

Who Are the Top-Paid GCs in Connecticut?

By Staff |

A statewide survey of about 26 companies showed seven individuals clearing the $1 million mark, when factoring in base salary, bonuses and non-equity incentive compensation.

Pokemon Go

Personal Injury

In the Law Tribune’s Personal Injury special section, articles focus on resolving claims, Pokemon Go and other topics.

Employment Law

In the Law Tribune’s employment law special section, articles focus on the new Defend Trade Secrets Act, class action waivers, new overtime rules and other topics.

Construction and Energy Law

In the Law Tribune’s construction and energy law special section, articles focus on collapses, highways and energy policy.

Top Connecticut Verdicts & Settlements of 2015

Welcome to Connecticut’s Top Verdicts & Settlements of 2015. The lawyers and law firms whose personal injury, medical malpractice, municipal liability and similar cases are ranked in this special section represent the best of the best in 2015. Their zealous advocacy on behalf of their clients is inspiring and deserving of our respect.

Structured Settlements & Litigation Financing

The Law Tribune’s Structured Settlements & Litigation Financing section includes articles about nonqualified structured settlements, the Gawker suit, and a New Jersey opinion that is making waves.

Employment & Immigration Law

The Law Tribune's Employment & Immigration Law section includes articles about employee benefits, employment rights of military service members, the white-collar exemption, and other topics.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

In the Law Tribune's alternative dispute resolution special section, articles focus on judicial settlement efforts versus private mediation, pre-suit mediation, negotiation and other topics.

Insurance

In the Law Tribune’s insurance special section, articles focus on summary judgment rules, a smelly covered loss, GCL policies and other topics.

Family Law

Articles in this Connecticut Law Tribune special report look at early mediation, confidentiality, college savings and alimony, among other topics.

New Leaders in the Law

The judges have spoken. And the Connecticut Law Tribune is proud to announce its New Leaders in the Law for 2015.

Medical Malpractice

In the Law Tribune’s Medical-Malpractice special section, articles focus on bringing wrongful death cases against nursing homes, the idea of removing med-mal cases from the regular court system, overcoming “damage-reduction defenses” put up by defendant doctors and cracking down on false testimony by expert witnesses.

Employment Law