Paul Leclair, founding partner of Adams Leclair LLP, has been named a fellow of the New York Bar Foundation.
The client was furious. While making a delivery, his employee of many years was involved in a trucking accident. No one was injured, and the accident did not cause third-party property damage. The driver had driven off the road over the river and into the woods. The accident destroyed the manufactured products of an entire […]
Attorneys help their clients forge a path to the future, and nothing is as affirming as when a client says their attorney gave them hope in what was an otherwise indecipherable dilemma. Helping people with problems is what attorneys do. Sometimes, though, attorneys have their own serious problems and are unable to find their way. […]
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