Working as in-house counsel for his family’s mobile home business for the last 20 years hasn’t earned Vernon lawyer John L. Giulietti points with his three siblings. Just their animosity.
It’s also brought him highly critical remarks from Judge Julia L. Aurigemma, who sits on the state’s complex-litigation docket in New Britain, and has had the grueling task of presiding over a convoluted legal battle pitting the attorney against his family.
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