November 5, 2007
Partner Paul McCurdy is quoted in the Connecticut Law Tribune in an article titled "The Emerging Etiquette of Emailing."
The article discusses the nature of email communication and how to most effectively use email to communicate for professional purposes. Mr. McCurdy comments that as much as email can be the quickest and easiest way to communicate,
it can sometimes lead to misinterpretation. He explains that it can be difficult to gauge the tone of an email in the same way as when people have face-to-face or phone conversations. The article provides tips in how to avoid sending emails that overwhelm, alienate or damage relations with clients, colleagues and opposing counsel.