(PRWEB) March 19, 2014
We believe lawyers should work to further the public's understanding of and confidence in the legal profession through the ethical practice of law. To contribute towards that effort, D.F. McGuire & Associates, LLC will now represent people with potential legal malpractice claims against attorneys and also lawyers accused of violating their professional responsibilities under the Rules of Professional Conduct.
In our experience, people who hire lawyers are often unaware that all attorneys must follow professional rules designed to protect the public, clients, and the legal profession from attorney misconduct and attorney malpractice. Those same rules also protect lawyers and function as guideposts to help legal professionals represent clients effectively and in accordance with a lawyer’s professional responsibilities.
We are familiar with the ethical rules, professional practice standards, and law in this area.
For further information please contact:
Daniel F. McGuire, Esq. | dmcguire(at)dfmcguire(dot)com
D.F. McGuire & Associates, LLC
1266 East Main Street, Suite 700R
Stamford, CT 06902
777 Westchester Avenue, Suite 101
White Plains, NY 10604
About D.F. McGuire & Associates, LLC:
D.F. McGuire & Associates, LLC is a Stamford, CT litigation law firm that offers individuals and businesses innovative and cost effective solutions to solve their legal problems. For us, that means working closely with our clients to make access to the law convenient and affordable. With offices in Stamford, Connecticut and White Plains, New York, we handle contract and employment litigation, business torts, entertainment law, sports law, legal malpractice, immigration, and landlord-tenant matters. We also represent clients before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO), the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and clients with claims and grievances against attorneys.
Quality and integrity are the guideposts by which we operate.