7 Valid Reasons You Can Get Fired in Connecticut (And 7 Reasons Why You Can’t)

Connecticut is an at-will employment state. What this means for the employee is that, in general, an employer can fire you for any reason it wants to. Of course, there are limits and exceptions to this right, and not all job terminations are legal. Stanfield Bechtel Law is an experienced Connecticut employment...

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Detecting Accounting Malpractice: Red Flags and Risk Mitigation Strategies

Accounting malpractice is a serious threat to the well-being of a business. Unfortunately, many companies find out there’s a problem only after it’s too late. Learning the various signs that accounting malpractice is occurring can save your business financial and legal problems. It can also help your organization adopt strategies to...

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Exploring the Consequences of Legal Malpractice for Clients

Attorneys are trusted to advocate for the best interests of their clients, leveraging their experience and skills to seek the most advantageous outcome. Although no lawyer can absolutely guarantee the outcome of a particular case, every lawyer is expected to be competent, ethical, professional, and dedicated to the client. When this doesn’t...

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Nursing Home Malpractice: Recognizing Abuse and Negligence in Care Facilities

Millions of Americans trust nursing homes to care for their elderly loved ones, but in so many cases, that trust is not honored. Although nursing homes have a legal duty to protect their residents, there are numerous ways in which they negligently fail to do so. Abuse and negligence in elderly care...

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