As an attorney who has also been a respondent in a civil commitment proceeding, I have the unique perspective of sitting on both sides of the attorney-client relationship in which a client's judgment and capacity is in question. And so I was disappointed in the editorial, "Impaired Clients Suing Their Lawyers," published in the February 1, 2013 edition of the Law Tribune.
A Landmark Decision For The Disabled
The Connecticut Law Tribune
March 1, 2013
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