With the New Economy transforming dot-com hotshots into instant millionaires, even some law firms in Connecticut, the Land of Steady Habits, are changing the way they do business to get in on the action.

Hartford-based Robinson & Cole, and Day, Berry & Howard, are among the Connecticut firms considering a switch that would allow their cash-strapped, high-tech clients to pay at least a portion of their legal bills in company stock, their managing partners revealed.

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