Pushy, arrogant, untrustworthy.
It doesn’t seem to matter if you’re from Kentucky or Oregon, everyone knows the negative stereotype of the New York lawyer. But a survey of attorneys across the country who frequent the city for litigation and negotiation shows that although most attorneys agree the stereotype is largely unjustified, it is occasionally on the mark.
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