June 13, 2014

Today's Tangent: Karma Sweet Karma

It's a bit off-point, but Above the Law has reported on a fun bit of irony: a law firm that specializes in foreclosures has itself been kicked out of its offices following a foreclosure. According to A.T.L., the firm of Connolly, Geaney, Ablitt & Willard, located in Massachusetts, stopped paying rent when its office building was foreclosed on, and then topped that by firing a bunch of employees and then failing to pay it's group health insurance premiums, causing its employees' coverage to lapse. Rather than admit the obvious ("we are failing and will soon close"), the firm has announced that it is fact doing better than ever. Right.

They seem like a swell bunch of fellas and I sure wish them the best.

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