When talking about the admirable qualities of his new firm in an interview earlier this week, Stephen J. Springer praised Bochetto & Lentz for “vigorously representing its clients.”

And Springer ought to know. A little more than two years ago, he was the target of that vigor as name partners George Bochetto and Gavin Lentz slapped him with a federal lawsuit claiming he violated their constitutional rights.

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