Panel overseeing Dalio investment in schools would be exempt from ethics, disclosure laws – CTMirror.org

06/03/19 – By Keith M. Phaneuf and Kathleen Megan Legislators learned Monday what conditions come with the $100 million contribution hedge fund giant Ray Dalio’s philanthropic foundation is making to Read More …

So You Want To Hire A New Superintendent: What Does The FOIA Permit (And Require)? – JD Supra

05/16/19 – By Pullman & Comley -School Law & Mark Sommaruga We are approaching a time of year where a board of education may have to deal with its long Read More …

UNDERSTANDING CONNECTICUT’S FOIA: Electronic participation by board members at meetings: When and how it can be “legal”? – JD Supra

01/11/19 – By Pullman & Comley A common problem for boards of education is getting enough members in attendance at a board meeting in order to have a quorum (usually, Read More …

FOI Commission admonishes municipalities for illegal meetings, illegal fees – Hartford Courant

11/15/18 – By Matthew Kauffman Shortly after the Bridgeport City Council’s budget committee opened its meeting last May, Councilwoman Jeannette Herron took up the first order of business with a Read More …

Judge: I Won’t Crush Open Records Law – New Haven Independent

07/31/18 – By Thomas Breen A Superior Court judge refused to suspend the Freedom of Information Act in part of New Haven — despite the efforts of a lawyer representing Read More …