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Lawyer can blog about cases, with disclaimer (access required)

A lawyer did not violate ethics rules when he wrote about his cases on the Internet without client consent, a three-judge panel said on June 5. The panel overturned a disciplinary committee’s finding of misconduct under Rule 1.6, which governs confidentiality of information. Portsmouth Circuit Court Judge Kenneth R. Melvin announced the decision for the panel, ...

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