Ethics: Archive

Press Release Archive
 
 
 

October 12, 2017

Former Lottery Board Chair Frank Farricker Pays Over $11K to Office of State Ethics for Using His Position for Improper Financial Gain $5,000 Penalty and $6,318.19 in Restitution to the State

 

September 5, 2017

State Department of Education Bureau Chief Pays $3,000 to Office of State Ethics

 

August 28, 2017

Former DMHAS Supervisor Pays $1,000 Penalty to Office of State Ethics for Using State Resources for his Outside Employment

 

April 7, 2017

Former Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Psychologist Pays $1,000 Settlement

 

February 17, 2017

Former Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Employee Dr. Leonad Lev Pays $3,500 to Settle Ethics Code Violations

 

November 17, 2016

State Ethics Selects 10 Client Lobbyists for 2016 Audit

 

June 20, 2016

Office of State Ethics Opens Comment Period Concerning Participation of CT Insurance Commissioner in Cigna/Anthem Merger

 

June 6, 2016

Department of Transportation Engineer pays $3,000 to Office of State Ethics for 'Use of Position' Violation

 

April 5, 2016

Former Connecticut Innovations (CI) Employee Pays the Office of State Ethics $16,000 Penalty for 'Revolving Door' Violation

 

February 18, 2016

Former Department of Transportation Employee Pays the Office of State Ethics $1,500 Penalty for 'Revolving Door' Violation

 

December 4, 2015

Former Department of Corrections District Food Services Manager Jason Rawlinitis pays $1,500 Penalty to Office of State Ethics for 'Revolving Door' Violation

 

November 18, 2015

State Ethics Selects 10 Client Lobbyists for 2015 Audit

 

October 27, 2015

Former Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Employee Dr. Manuel Rosales Pays $5K to Settle Ethics Code Violations

 

September 9, 2015

DMHAS Employee Dr. Jeffrey Gottlieb pays $1,500 to Settle Ethics Code Violations

 

July 13, 2015

Former DMHAS Employee Dr. Ralph Ford pays $15K to Settle Ethics Code Violations

 

July 9, 2015

Former State Military Department Employee Thomas Tracey Enters into Stipulation and Consent Order for Accepting a Gift from his Supervisor

 

June 30, 2015

State Ethics Enters into $3,000 Settlement with State Employee who Utilized State Resources on State Time for Private Businesses

 

June 22, 2015

Former State Military Department Employee James Liss Pays $5,500 Penalty to Resolve Ethics Charge

 

May 6, 2015

Former State Military Department Employee James Liss Proceeds to Hearing

 

April 13, 2015

$10,000 Penalty Paid to Ethics by Former DSS Contractor Craig J. Lubitski Consulting 

 

March 11, 2015

Former DPH Employee fined $500 for Accepting Outside Employment that Impaired her Independence of Judgment

 

January 29, 2015

State Employee Operates Private Practice on State Time - Citizen's Ethics Advisory Board Issues $3,500 Penalty

 

January 28, 2015

Citizen's Ethics Advisory Board Issues $10,000 Penalty to Lobbyist Robert Silverberg of Glastonbury

 

October 30, 2014

Multiple Client Lobbyists fined by the Office of State Ethics For Failing to Report Meal Expenses At 2012 Democratic National Convention

 

September 19, 2014

Lobbyist Pays $2,300 to the Office of State Ethics for Late Registration and Disclosure

 

September 17, 2014

State Ethics to Select 10 Client Lobbyists for 2014 Audit

 

September 4, 2014

Former Access Health CT Employee Eldon G. Porter Fined $600 by Office of State Ethics 

 

June 30, 2014

Two Client Lobbyists fined $5,000 Each by the Office of State Ethics

Failed to Report Reception Expenses at 2012 Democratic National Convention

 

April 17, 2014

Norwalk Community College President David Levinson pays $3,000 Penalty to Settle Allegations of Violations of the Code of Ethics

 

March 17, 2014

State Ethics Enters into Settlement with Former DEEP Employee

 

August 21, 2013

State Ethics Selects 10 Client Lobbyists for 2013 Audit

 

August 5, 2013

Former Office of the Healthcare Advocate Insurance Examiner Darlene West, Fined $500 by Office of State Ethics

 

June 19, 2013

Department of Transportation Official in Charge of US Route 7 Project pays $2,500 to Office of State Ethics for 'Conflict of Interest' Violation

 

January 29, 2013

Office of State Ethics Releases Audit Report for Public Official Financial Disclosure Statements

 

January 2, 2013

Former DCS Director of Project Management Kermit Thompson pays $2,000 Penalty to Office of State Ethics for "Revolving Door" Violation

 

December 10, 2012

Connecticut Office of State Ethics 2012 Ethics Conference

 

November 9, 2012

Connecticut State Representative Terry Backer Enters into $500 Settlement with the Office of State Ethics

 

September 27, 2012

Connecticut Citizen's Ethics Board Issues $10,000 Penalty

 

September 24, 2012

CT Office of State Ethics Reaches Settlements Relating to Violation of Revolving Door Provisions

 

August 8, 2012

Probable Cause Found in Alleged Ethics Violation by John Tricarico, Former State Contractor Hired by DOT   Docket No.:  2011-69

 

July 19, 2012

State Ethics Reaches $2,500 Settlement with DCF Employee 

 

July 18, 2012

State Ethics to Draw 10 Lobbyist Names for Audit

 

January 19, 2012

Ex-Music Department Employee Pays Penalty for Ethics Violations

 

December 28, 2011

Human Resources Manager for Connecticut Military Department

Pays $450 for Ethics Violations

 

November 17, 2011

Jon Green, Executive Director of the Connecticut Working Families Organization,

Fined $10,000 by Connecticut Office of State Ethics

 

October 3, 2011

Windsor Resident David W. Gay, M.G. (Ret.), named Chairman

of Connecticut Citizen’s Ethics Advisory Board

 

May 4, 2011

Former Connecticut Judicial Department Employee Tara Bateman

Pays $500 Penalty for Ethics Violation

 

April 27, 2011

Spouse of Western Connecticut State University Employee

Pays $400 for Ethics Violations

 

April 26, 2011

Public Official Statements of Financial Interests Availability

 

April 21, 2011

Dr. David G. Carter, Former Chancellor of the Connecticut State University

System Pays $2,000 for Ethics Violation

 

April 11, 2011

Carol Carson, Executive Director of the CT Office of State Ethics

Selected as 2011 Henry Toll Fellow

 

March 2, 2011

Former State Senator Ernest Newton Enters into a Consent Order for Ethics Violations

 

January 31, 2011

Over 500 Businesses to Lobby State Lawmakers

 

December 20, 2010
Connecticut Office of State Ethics Executive Director Receives Outstanding Service Award from Council on Governmental Ethics Laws
 
Former UConn Director of Capitol Projects and Contract Administration Jeffrey Reynolds Enters into $4,000 Settlement with Office of State Ethics
 
Office of State Ethics fines State Marshal Maryann Douglas $1791 for Failure to File Complete and Accurate Financial Disclosure Statements
 
DPH Planning Branch Chief Margaret Hooper Pays $750 for Ethics Violation
 
Former Judicial Marshal Jill D’Antona fined $600
 
Office of State Ethics Releases Audit Report For State Marshals Statements of Income
 
Connecticut Office of State Ethics (OSE) Holds Second “Ethics Day”
 
Office of State Ethics Releases Audit Report for Public Official Financial Disclosure Statements
 

Western Connecticut State University Art Professor Jurg Lanzrein Pays $665 for Ethics Violations 

 

Office of State Ethics to Draw 40 Lobbyist Names for Audit at June 17 Public Ceremony

 
Office of State Ethics Reaches $3,500 Settlement with Former Citizen's Ethics Advisory Board Chair, G. Kenneth Bernhard
 
Advisory:  Public Official Statements of Financial Interests Availability
 
Former Public Defender's Office Employee Enters into $1,500 Settlement for Ethics Violations
 
Former Norwalk Community College Professor Matthew Gallagher Pays $1,000 for Alleged Ethics Violation
 
Connecticut Citizen's Ethics Advisory Board Elects New Officers
 
Former Public Defender James R. Sward fined $3,000 by Office of State Ethics
 
Former State's Attorney's Office Employee Lawrence M. Hurley, Jr. Enters into $2,000 Settlement for Ethics Violation
 
Citizen's Ethics Advisory Board Chairman G. Kenneth Bernhard Resigns
 
DCF Consultant Gary Kasey Enters into $900 Settlement for Ethics Violation
 
Office of State Ethics Issues Statement Regarding Political Contributions by Citizen's Ethics Advisory Board Chairman G. Kenneth Bernhard
 
Former Nonprofit Executive Warren Godbolt Enters into $1,000 Settlement for Ethics Violation
 
Top 10 Communicator Lobbyist Correction
 
$38.6 Million Spent on Lobbying in 2009
 
Citizen's Ethics Advisory Board Imposes $15,000 Penalty after First Public Hearing
 
Four Connecticut Judicial Employees Enter into $500 Settlements for Alleged Ethics Violations
 
Connecticut Bail Bondsman, Philip Jacobs, Enters into $2,500 Settlement for Ethics Violation
 
Connecticut Bail Bondsman, Robert Jacobs, Enters into $2,500 Settlement for Ethics Violation
 
Connecticut State Marshal, Albenie Gagnon, Enters into Settlement of Over $900 for Ethics Violation
 
Connecticut Judicial Department Employee, Carrie Parker, Enters into $500 Settlement for Ethics Violation
 
Citizen's Ethics Advisory Board Holds First Meeting Under New Officers and Introduces New Members
 
Probable Cause Found in Alleged Ethics Violations by Former UCONN Health Center Employee Priscilla Dickman
 
Connecticut Office of State Ethics to Draw 40 Lobbyist Names for Audit at July 23 Public Ceremony
 
July 9, 2009
OSE Releases Annual Report and Audit Results for Public Official Financial Disclosure Statements
 
Capital Community College Professor, Nancy LaGuardia, Enters into $2,500 Settlement for Ethics Violation
 
Former Department of Correction Employee, James Barone, Pays $500 Civil Penalty for Ethics Violation
 
June 3, 2009
State Contractor, CORE Associates, LLC, Pays $2,500 Civil Penalty for Alleged Ethics Violation
 
Former UCONN Health Center Employee, James Martin, Pays $6,000 Civil Penalty for Ethics Violation
 
New Haven Business Settles with OSE by Paying $1,000 Penalty
 
Probable Cause Found in Alleged Ethics Violation by Former UCONN Health Center Employee James Martin
 
State Employee Pays $1,000 for Ethics Code Violations
 
Former Ethics Commission Attorney Pays $1,000 Penalty
 
Former Department of Transportation Employee Pays $500 Penalty for Allegedly Accepting Gifts from Contractor
 
Cromwell Attorney Pays $2,500 Penalty to OSE for Referring Real Estate Business to Wife
 
Connecticut Office of State Ethics Reaches $2,000 Settlement with Robert V. Matthews
 
Connecticut Office of State Ethics Reaches $2,500 Settlement with Former Senate Minority Leader, Louis DeLuca
 
Connecticut Office of State Ethics Reaches $2,228 Settlement for Ethics Violation
 
September 26, 2008 Ethics Conference Highlights
 
Connecticut Office of State Ethics Offers "Media Matters" Session as Part of September Ethics Conference
 
Connecticut Office of State Ethics Announces New Publications for Election Season
 
Connecticut Office of State Ethics Reaches $16,000 Settlement for Ethics Violations with former President of Connecticut Development Authority
 
Connecticut Office of State Ethics to Draw 40 Lobbyist Names for Audit at June 26 Public Ceremony
 
Connecticut Office of State Ethics Reaches $6,000 Settlement with Retired State Trooper Theodore Wojtusik for Ethics Violations
 
Connecticut Office of State Ethics Reports $10,950 in Lobbyist Enforcement Actions
 
June 2, 2008
Connecticut Office of State Ethics Reaches $500 Settlement for Ethics Violations
 
$10,265 in Penalties Imposed by the Connecticut Office of State Ethics for Lobbyist Filing Violations
 
Connecticut Office of State Ethics Reaches $27,825 Settlement for Alleged Ethics Violations by Former POST Training Officer
 
Connecticut Office of State Ethics Settles Lobbyist Filing Violations for Maximum Penalties
 
Connecticut Office of State Ethics Reaches $6,350 Settlement for Ethics Violations


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