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Top p.i. lawyer quits Allen firm (access required)

Record verdict at risk after Facebook flap

Charlottesville lawyer Mat-thew B. Murray, the immediate past president of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, has resigned from his law firm and reportedly is leaving the practice of law. Murray’s resignation from Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen, the largest personal injury firm in Virginia, came one day after the filing of legal papers accusing him of ...

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  1. I don’t understand why asking a client to remove embarrassing photos of himself off of FaceBook creates an ethical problem, or how that translates to “lying to the court.” I’m not a p.i. lawyer, but assume the only value of the photos to the defense would be to show that the widower was not grieving. Or was it a discovery request omission?

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