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Though the Connecticut Statewide Grievance Committee exonerated the lawyers using Total Attorneys, its Feb. 8 opinion seemingly reaches that conclusion reluctantly. Committee members expressed “some concern about the exclusive nature of the [Total Attorneys] arrangement and its potential effect on consumers of legal services.” They also noted that Total Attorneys appears to have created its website in a way that complies with ethical rules “with very little margin for error; on slightly different facts, we may well have concluded that a prima facie case of ethical violations had been established.” … [Read more...] about Does Connecticut Hate the Net?
When Dentons announced the formation of NextLaw Labs in May, the firm noted its advisory board would consist of thought leaders within the legal industry as well as the firm’s clients. According to Jansen, the lab has invitations out to several general counsel, and his hope is that the board—which at press time consisted of former Kia counsel Casey Flaherty; law professor William Henderson of Indiana University (who helped create the Journal’s Paradigm Shift series); and IIT-Chicago Kent College of Law professor and ReInvent Law co-founder Daniel Katz—will eventually consist of about 10 members. … [Read more...] about Some law firms look outside law practice to avoid their ‘Kodak moment’
Her campaign gave the following statement to the Daily Beast: “Sen. Harris was shocked and troubled by the use of this argument. She looked into it and directed the department’s attorneys not to make that argument again.” In response to the attacks Wednesday night, Harris did not directly respond to the accusation but said to Biden: “I am proud of the work we did. Work that has received national recognition for what has been the important work of reforming a criminal justice system and cleaning up the consequences of the bills that you passed when you were in the United States Senate for decades.” … [Read more...] about Fact check: Democratic debate rhetoric under scrutiny