At a time of great anxiety for many attorneys, especially solo practitioners and those at small- and medium-sized law firms, incoming Hartford County Bar Association president Thomas Rechen said he plans on addressing head-on the uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

An attorney for 32 years, including the last 12 as a partner at McCarter & English, Rechen said the COVID-19 crisis is the No. 1 issue facing attorneys and the association today. The association has a $300,000 annual budget.

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