I'm not sure why the Connecticut Trial Lawyers Association turned on Irving Pinsky the other day. Pinsky filed a claim before the state's Claim Commissioner seeking permission to sue the state for $100 million on behalf of a survivor of the Newtown shooting. After the world erupted against Pinsky in outrage, CTLA jumped on the bandwagon, issuing a press release suggesting that Pinsky's timing was all wrong.
One Hand Clapping
CTLA Attack Reeks Of Hypocrisy
The Connecticut Law Tribune
January 4, 2013
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