Down on the city of Hartford? Not Richard A. Gitlin.
Other lawyers of his caliber and reputation probably would have questioned the practicality of practicing half way between New York and Boston long ago. But Gitlin? Never. Interview after interview, he would reiterate his view that Hartford was the ideal spot from which to build Hebb & Gitlin’s international finance and insolvency practice-frequent flyer miles and tiresome commutes to Manhattan be damned.
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