Rivals Have Standing To Sue For Statutory Violations

September 14, 2006 Published Work
This article is reprinted with permission from the September 2006 edition of THE CONNECTICUT LAW TRIBUNE. © 2006 ALM Properties, Inc.

Over the last year, the Connecticut Supreme Court released a thick folder full of cases important to the business community, ranging from a decision bolstering requirements for class action lawsuits to opinions setting new contours for the scope and bounds of arbitration.