...from performing" his or her core duties as a judge, said David Atkins of Pullman & Comley, whose work includes representing lawyers and judges...
Even when he was weak from battling cancer, Jacob "Jack" Zeldes couldn't stay away from the firm he founded. Sometimes he would visit the office in person. And sometimes he was a digital presence
The U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals had harsh words for John Williams, saying they did not find his actions surprising, "given his history of lawyering that falls below minimum standards before
...number of requests means advertising rules are working as they were intended, David Atkins, a partner at Pullman & Comley. "It benefits the bar...
The FBI probe of House Speaker Christopher G. Donovan's campaign finances has unleashed a torrent of work for seven criminal defense lawyers, who are already busy representing two former political st
Connecticut's state bar counsel has proposed a revision to the Rules Committee of the Superior Court to allow lawyers and law firms to use online services that recruit clients
Starting this year, the Connecticut Judicial Branch website now includes any disciplinary records of attorneys admitted to the state bar. Bill Weigel, president of the National Organization of Bar Co
...rules violations." LIKE GOOGLE? Attorney David Atkins, of Pullman &...
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