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Workers' Comp Practice in Norwalk Acquired by Schafer & Schafer, LLP
Workers' Comp Practice in Norwalk Acquired by Schafer & Schafer, LLP

Our Stamford, Connecticut-based law firm, Schafer & Schafer, LLP, has just expanded through our acquisition of The Law Office of B.T. Canty, Esq. PC, a workers' compensation practice that was operating out of Norwalk. The acquisition became effective April 1, 2014. With the ...

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