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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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Illinois lawyer stipulates to a public reprimand for, inter alia, violating client confidences in her response to an unfavorable client review on AVVO

Hello and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will update my 9/9/13 blog and will discuss the January 15, 2014 Joint Stipulation between an Illinois lawyer and the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission wherein the lawyer admitted to, inter alia, violating a client’s confidences when she posted a response to a client’s allegedly Read More

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Georgia Supreme Court says reprimand is insufficient when, inter alia, a lawyer uses confidential client information to rebut client’s negative reviews on the internet

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent Supreme Court of Georgia disciplinary opinion rejecting a proposed reprimand for a lawyer who, inter alia, posted confidential client information on the internet in response to the client’s negative review on “consumer websites”.  The case is In the Matter of Margrett Read More

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