Fred Ury Talks to Law360 on Joining Pullman & Comley
Frederic S. Ury, a litigation attorney who joined Pullman & Comley in October, spoke to Law360 about his move to the firm, his previous experience and his leadership roles in legal and philanthropic organizations.
Prior to joining Pullman, Fred worked at the law firm he co-founded nearly 28 years ago. His decision to leave stemmed from his desire to work with other impressive attorneys within a firm with more colleagues and additional support. He is now part of Pullman's Litigation practice, where he represents small businesses, corporations and individuals in both criminal and civil matters. He also represents other attorneys in ethics and disciplinary grievances.
Pullman Chair Lee D. Hoffman expressed that the firm is thrilled with the addition of Fred. "His considerable insight, experience and knowledge will be invaluable to our attorney team and our clients," Hoffman said. "His active leadership role in the community is a wonderful complement to our Westport office as it continues to grow."
Fred has held leadership roles in the Connecticut Bar Association, which he served as president from 2004 to 2005, as well as vice-chair and chair of the Bar's litigation section, the founding editor of its newsletter, vice-chair and chair of the continuing education committee and co-chair of the Attorney Trustee Defalcation Committee. He has also held positions with the American Bar Association, the National Conference of Bar Presidents and is heavily involved in pro bono and philanthropic activities.
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