Zelotes vs. Rousseau, et al

Connecticut Grievance Committee Dismisses Complaints Against Total Attorneys


The Connecticut Statewide Grievance Committee has dismissed complaints against five Total Attorney clients who practice law in that state.

For further information see "Connecticut Dismisses Ethics Complaint against Total Attorneys" at http://bit.ly/8R9mvv.

Connecticut is one of several states that has reached a conclusion favorable to Total Attorneys, and no state has entered a negative ruling. However, this decision is significant in that Connecticut was the only state to have found probable cause with regard to the complaints. It is also the home state of the complainant.

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Reference Info:Decision | State, 2nd Circuit, Connecticut | United States

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