Ethics Matters

Disruptive Technology Leads To Death By Small Cuts

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


I had an interesting talk with New Milford solo Greg Cava the other day. Greg is past chair of the Connecticut Bar Associaton Real Property Section and has been one of the most vocal proponents of lawyers taking a more aggressive posture with regard to defending the practice of law from out-of-state law firms, Internet enterprises and others who have been chipping away at the bread and butter of the small and mid-sized law firms for many years.

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