Hartford Attorney Hits 'Judge Judy' with Counterclaim

A Hartford personal injury lawyer is trying to turn the tables on television's "Judge Judy." John Haymond and his Haymond Law Firm recently filed a counterclaim against Judith Sheindlin, who stars on the syndicated daytime television series. This past March, Sheindlin had sued Haymond and his law firm, claiming they unlawfully used Sheindlin's image in the firm's television and internet advertising.

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