...838 from a client's trust account. Chief Disciplinary Council Patricia King argued Smigelski's 15-month suspension should stand. She further argued...
The Judicial Branch's Rules Committee has tabled a proposal that would have allowed attorneys to move into the state and immediately begin to practice while awaiting formal bar admission in Connectic
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
...officials work out some sort of agreement. Chief Discplinary Counsel Patricia King said the auditors "are very good at trying to get...
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Stratford, Conn., trial lawyer Kenneth Beck is all too aware of the challenges facing newly minted law school graduates who are ready to start careers, but are sorely in need of on-the-job experience
Stratford trial lawyer Kenneth Beck is all too aware of the challenges facing newly minted law school graduates who are ready to start careers, but sorely in need of on-the-job experience to get in t
Originally Published: Connecticut Law Tribune
Stratford trial lawyer Kenneth Beck had an idea: why not charge young attorneys a monthly fee to follow him to court when he makes appearances
... Parnoff is already well known to Chief Disciplinary Counsel Patricia King for a different case, one that began 14 years ago....
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