FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION v. Owen

Decision Date12 September 2005
Citation882 A.2d 670,275 Conn. 902
CourtConnecticut Supreme Court
PartiesFEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION, RECEIVER OF SAYBROOK BANK AND TRUST COMPANY v. JOSEPH E. OWEN ET AL.

The defendants' petition for certification for appeal from the Appellate Court, 88 Conn. App. 806 (AC 25216), is denied.

James M. Nugent, in support of the petition.

Donald E. Frechette, in opposition.

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  • Reichenbach v. Kraska Enterprises, LLC
    • United States
    • Connecticut Court of Appeals
    • 29 d2 Janeiro d2 2008
    ...(Internal quotation marks omitted.) Federal Deposit Ins. Corp. v. Owen, 88 Conn.App. 806, 813, 873 A.2d 1003, cert. denied, 275 Conn. 902, 882 A.2d 670 (2005). The plaintiffs' operative complaint alleges: "By reason of the activities and uses of the Chatterton Marina cited [in the complaint......
  • Premier Capital, Inc. v. Grossman
    • United States
    • Connecticut Supreme Court
    • 20 d2 Dezembro d2 2005
    ...we cannot review their claim. See Federal Deposit Ins. Corp. v. Owen, 88 Conn.App. 806, 816, 873 A.2d 1003, cert. denied, 275 Conn. 902, 882 A.2d 670 (2005). Last, the defendants argue that it is improper to award appellate attorney's fees "in situations where both parties can justifiably c......
  • U.S. Bank v. Booker
    • United States
    • Connecticut Court of Appeals
    • 1 d2 Agosto d2 2023
    ...it did." (Internal quotation marks omitted.) Federal Deposit Ins. Corp. v. Owen, 88 Conn.App. 806, 811-12, 873 A.2d 1003, cert, denied, 275 Conn. 902, 882 A.2d 670 (2005). The court's factual findings, however, are subject to the clearly erroneous standard of review. See U.S. Bank National ......
  • Mortg. Electronic Registration Sys. v. Book, No. 25524.
    • United States
    • Connecticut Court of Appeals
    • 10 d2 Outubro d2 2006
    ...(Internal quotation marks omitted.) Federal Deposit Ins. Corp. v. Owen, 88 Conn. App. 806, 816, 873 A.2d 1003, cert. denied, 275 Conn. 902, 882 A.2d 670 (2005). "It is well settled that the reasonableness of attorney's fees and costs must be proven by an appropriate evidentiary showing.... ......
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