June 2019

Connecticut Passes Several Employment-related Bills in 2019

The 2019 Regular Session of the Connecticut General Assembly included more legislation affecting employment than has any session of that body in recent memory. There were bills pertaining to minimum wage hikes, paid family leave, changes to non-compete agr…

May 2019

Hinckley Allen Represents Journalist in First Amendment Case

Hinckley Allen attorneys William S. Fish, Jr. and Alexa Millinger along with the Yale Law School Media Freedom and Information Access Clinic defended journalist Nancy Chapman, the founder of a non-profit news site, in a pro-bono case involving a complaint …

April 2019

Assange’s Long Standoff Ends With U.K. Arrest, U.S. Hack Charges

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested and charged in the U.S. with conspiracy, partner Michael Koenig comments.

SCOTUS to Hear Argument on FOIA’s Confidential Information Exemption

In April, the Supreme Court will, for the first time, hear argument on a case that requires it to grapple with Exemption Four of the Freedom of Information Act ("FOIA"), exempting trade secrets and confidential information. Alexa T. Millinger discusses thi…

March 2019

First Line of Defense: How Businesses Use the First Amendment to Overrule Government Laws and Regulations

Today, the First Amendment has become a potent weapon of choice for companies to challenge government regulations. William S. Fish, Jr. explores this issue while highlighting key cases and trends throughout the country. Read the full text here.

Memorized client list is “confidential information”

Christina L. Lewis provides insight into the importance of the judge's decision in Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC v. Callinan, et al..