A follow up to Bill's post -- Michael Mayko reports in the Stamford Advocate:
Just days after filing a $100 million lawsuit claiming the state failed to adequately protect the students at Sandy Hook Elementary School, a New Haven lawyer has withdrawn it.
But that doesn't preclude a future filing, Irving Pinsky said.
"I received new evidence on security at the school, which I need to evaluate," Pinsky said Monday.
Once that happens, Pinsky said he may re-submit the paperwork to J. Paul Vance Jr., who as the state's claims commissioner has the authority to determine if a claim is justified and requires hearings. Vance must approve any claim before a state agency can be sued.