Sep 172018
 September 17, 2018  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court, Healthcare

Robert Storace writes:

Angry that a former client sued him, 86-year-old New Britain-based attorney Jason Pearl released the woman’s psychiatric medical records online to “embarrass” her, according to a court ruling.

Now, that action led a Superior Court judge to suspend Pearl from practicing law for two years, pausing—and possibly halting—a decadeslong career.

Read more on Connecticut Law Tribune, where you will also find the complete ruling.

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