Firm Dissolves After Partner Leaves For Judgeship

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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The appointment of a Hartford lawyer to a Superior Court judgeship has led to his firm dissolving and its lawyers joining forces with a Simsbury firm. Cesar A. Noble, who had been president and managing partner of Noble, Spector & O'Connor, was recently confirmed by the legislature.

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  • Jan Trendowski

    Noble, Young, and O‘Conner was a great firm. While they handled cases aggressively, all of the attorneys there were straightforward, collegial, and a credit to the Connecticut Bar. Further, they were well respected by their opposing counsel, which says a lot. Regardless of particular cases, they enhanced the practice of law in the State of Connecticut.

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