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'He Wished He Had Had the Wherewithal to Step Back': Ohio Attorney Receives 1-Year Suspension for Lying About Client Sexual Relationship

An Ohio attorney received a one-year suspension for multiple ethics violations after a disciplinary investigation revealed that he had an inappropriate sexual relationship with a client and made false statements about his conduct to opposing counsel, a police chief and a municipal court.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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'A Disturbing Lack of Respect for the Law': Convicted Boston Attorney OK'd to Practice in State Court, but Rejected by Federal Court

“If an attorney who has committed multiple felonies is ever to be reinstated—a debatable proposition in itself—at a minimum he or she must demonstrate a complete acceptance of responsibility and extraordinary remorse and rehabilitation,” U.S. District Chief Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV of the District of Massachusetts wrote in his order filed Tuesday.         Click […]

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Skilled in the Art With Scott Graham: Time to Change Tactics on 101, or Just Wait for a Better Term? + PTO Launches AI Partnership + Judge Freeman Calls Out Firm's 'Possum Act'

The Supreme Court might be done with patent eligibility for the foreseeable future. Practitioners say that, if there is still a path to review, it’s going to require early and careful preparation.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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