Monthly Archives: August 2014

North Carolina lawyer reprimanded for sending ex-parte e-mails to judge and law clerk in “extremely contentious” divorce matter

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent reprimand of a North Carolina lawyer for sending ex-parte e-mails to the judge and the judge’s law clerk in a “protracted and extremely contentious domestic case”. … Continue reading

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South Carolina Supreme Court prohibits another Florida lawyer from practicing law who solicited over the internet, made misrepresentations, and represented clients

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent opinion of the South Carolina Supreme Court which prohibited another Florida lawyer who was not admitted in that state from admission to practice for soliciting over … Continue reading

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Connecticut lawyer agrees to a suspension for 4 months and career prohibition on representing women to resolve disciplinary allegations

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert blog which will discuss the recent media stories about a Connecticut lawyer who was suspended for four months and prohibited from representing female clients for the rest of his career after he … Continue reading

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