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Unfair Trade Practice

What is a Bill of Discovery in Connecticut Courts? (Find Out Where the Secrets Are)

Posted April 20, 2019

Connecticut commercial litigators sometimes overlook an archaic civil procedure tool which can be used very successfully to obtain discovery of information before a company commits itself to what could be expensive litigation. We’ve used this procedure in employment cases, toxic tort cases and trade secret matters. And a recent Superior Court opinion validates this litigation strategy.

Connecticut’s Department of Consumer Protection Now Accepts Unfair Trade Practice Claims Electronically

Posted January 11, 2013

Under Connecticut’s Unfair Trade Practice statute, CUTPA as its commonly known, parties are required to provide the Attorney General’s office with a copy of any complaint seeking relief under the statute. Until recently, lawyers had to mail a copy of the complaint, and allege they did so in the body of the complaint. Now, the Attorney General’s office accepts them electronically for faster review by the trade practice division to determine if the division wants to get involved.

Tony Minchella’s Unfair Trade Practice Experience Leads Law Tribune to Seek His Opinion

Posted October 31, 2012

An October 2012 article in the “Connecticut Law Tribune” titled, “Man’s Death In Romania Prompts Federal Lawsuit,” highlighted Tony Minchella’s deep experience litigating unfair trade practice claims. The magazine’s October 2012 article outlined a lawsuit concerning former Sacred Heart University basketball star, Chauncey Hardy, who was playing professionally in Romania, and was beaten to death in a Bucharest pub in 2011.

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