With TV ads in five states, and his smiling face in phone books from Massachusetts to Pennsylvania, Hartford-based John I. Haymond has become Connecticut’s top advertising lawyer — a symbol that the practice of law is constantly becoming more like business.

And it was business practices, not professional errors, that handed Haymond a $25,000 courtroom defeat at the hands of a dissatisfied would-be client.

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