Blog Fight Ends With Attorney's Reprimand

Waterbury attorney Karl Shehu threatened to file a grievance against a California attorney if he didn't pay $70,000 for defamation.

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  • Bruce Stanger

    Ahh but can you threaten a grievance in some circumstances? Yes we point out when lawyers refuse to give up their file when we request them that they have obligations to their former clients and that a grievance is one of the remedies available to stop ongoing misconduct of a lawyer. See more at stangerlaw.com

  • Bruce Stanger

    Ahh but can you threaten a grievance in some circumstances? Yes we point out when lawyers refuse to give up their file when we request them that they have obligations to their former clients and that a grievance is one of the remedies available to stop ongoing misconduct of a lawyer. See more at stangerlaw.com

  • Bruce Stanger

    Ahh but can you threaten a grievance in some circumstances? Yes we point out when lawyers refuse to give up their file when we request them that they have obligations to their former clients and that a grievance is one of the remedies available to stop ongoing misconduct of a lawyer. See more at stangerlaw.com

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