Consumer Protection Dept. Steps Back Into Attorney Regulation

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


My concern is, with many folks regulating the same thing, lawyers may be whipsawed between differing and competing interpretations of laws, rules and opinions. If I bring my ad to the Grievance Committee and obtain an advisory opinion that it is OK, does Consumer Protection still have power to say that it is not?

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  • Jack Mehoff

    Lets hope this is just the beginning to getting Law Firms to comply with the same Consumer Protection standards that just about all other Professions are required to adhere to. There are WAY to many UNQUALIFIED AND INEPT Lawyers out there that hide behind labels of "SUPER LAWYER", "BEST LAWYERS" ETC. Get real guys....lets hear from your Clients

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