Monthly Archives: March 2019

Wisconsin appellate court finds judge’s Facebook friendship with child custody litigant created

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent Wisconsin appellate court opinion which found that a judge’s undisclosed Facebook connection with a litigant during ongoing child custody litigation created a “great risk of actual bias … Continue reading

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Florida Bar obtains emergency suspension of lawyer for “waging a personal and public war on social media”

Hello everyone and welcome to this Ethics Alert which will discuss the recent emergency suspension of a Florida lawyer for allegedly “waging a personal and public war on social media against attorneys representing clients” and “resort(ing) to terrorist legal tactics.”  … Continue reading

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