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N.J. Supreme Court reverses reprimand and dismisses complaint against lawyer who posted allegedly confidential information on his website

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent New Jersey Supreme Court opinion reversing a Disciplinary Review Board’s reprimand recommendation and dismissing a complaint against lawyer who was alleged to have posted client confidential information on his website.  The disciplinary case is In the Matter of Jay J. Chatarpaul, Read More

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Louisiana discipline board opinion dismisses ethics charges against lawyer who submitted a fabricated videotape and obtained false testimony at trial

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent Louisiana Attorney Discipline Board opinion which dismissed ethics charges against lawyer who, inter alia, submitted a fabricated videotape and elicited false testimony at a criminal trial. The disciplinary matter is In re: Eric Anthony Wright, 13-DB-003 (12/4/14). The opinion is here: https://www.ladb.org/DR/handler.document.aspx?DocID=8323. Read More

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Louisiana Supreme Court refuses to sanction a lawyer who claimed a non-existent specialization on a law firm website because of a lack of a “culpable state of mind”

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent Louisiana Supreme Court disciplinary case wherein the court refused to sanction a lawyer who claimed a non-existent specialization on his former law firm website because he did not have a “culpable state of mind” and the public was not harmed. The opinion Read More

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Iowa Supreme Court dismisses Bar complaint against a lawyer who was unknowingly involved in fraudulent transfers of a client’s assets

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent Iowa Supreme Court opinion dismissing a disciplinary action against a lawyer who “unknowingly” participated in the fraudulent transfers of a client’s assets to the client’s wife and relatives to avoid creditors. The disciplinary opinion is Iowa Supreme Court Attorney Discipline Board v. Read More

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