Law Tribune Seeks Verdict And Settlement Results

The Connecticut Law Tribune

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If you or your firm has been involved in an interesting lawsuit, we want to hear about it.

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    I was the Trial CourtAdministrator in Hartford from 1989 to 2001.contact PJ Deak in Administration piece of cake. Published the results with NCSC

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    The trial court granted $379,266.98 in attorneys fees in the strict foreclosure of a single family valued at $162,000. How is this "reasonable attorneys fees?

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