Find Lawyers in Connecticut, United States for Ethics and Professional Responsibility Law
David P. Atkins is a member of Pullman & Comley’s Litigation Department and leads its Professional Liability Section. He practices in the areas of professional liability, commercial litigation, appeals and administrative proceedings. Attorneys, law firms, CPAs and health care professionals seek David to represent them in malpractice, licensing, court sanctions and disqualification proceedings, ethics and disciplinary (grievance) matters. His extensive experience includes handling di...
Appeals Attorney Dowd handles all aspects of appellate civil litigation in the Connecticut Appellate and Supreme courts, including the filing of petitions for certification to the Connecticut Supreme Court. Her appeals are varied, from personal injury to domestic relations to land use. She also consults on trial matters from an appellate perspective, including assisting in the drafting of legal memoranda for use before and during trial. Attorney Dowd taught written and oral advocacy in the Mo...
Marcy Tench Stovall practices in the areas of professional liability, civil litigation, appellate practice and employment law. In professional responsibility matters, Marcy regularly represents law firms and attorneys in malpractice litigation, as well as licensing, disciplinary and sanctions matters. Since 2000 she has served on the Connecticut Bar Association's Committee on Professional Ethics, which issues opinions on attorney ethics, and currently serves as its chair. Marcy authored "Lawy...
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