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Split U.S. Supreme Court Rules Attorneys May Not Use DMV Info To Solicit Clients

WASHINGTON, D.C. - (Mealey's) Soliciting clients for a class action lawsuit is not a permissible attorney action covered by the Driver's Privacy Protection Act's litigation exception, a split U.S. Supreme Court ruled June 17 ( Edward F. Maracich, et al. v. Michael Eugene Spears, et al. ,...

When life hands you a gift, sometimes you have to hand it back. Quickly.

St. Louis, Missouri, attorney Joel Eisenstein, age 70, violated several rules of professional conduct when he received and reviewed opposing counsel’s outline of questions to her client. Eisenstein’s client, a husband in a divorce case, had accessed his wife’s email account, retrieved...