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Connecticut lawyer who was sued for malpractice and enclosed client’s psychiatric records in public court document suspended for 2 years

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent 2 year suspension of a Connecticut lawyer who was sued for legal malpractice and released his former client’s psychiatric records in retaliation and to embarrass the client.  … Continue reading

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