Saturday, April 26, 2008

Tax Lawyer Admonished For Advertising/Solicitation

The Virginia State Bar web page has just posted the decision of a three-judge court in a case on which we had previously blogged. The court imposed a public admonition with terms on a tax lawyer found to have violated Virginia Rule 7.1 by providing false or misleading information about his services to potential clients. The lawyer had earlier asserted that  information about his tax services were not governed by attorney advertising prohibitions ("the services...were administrative in nature and did not involve an attorney-client relationship"). This sanction was imposed as a result of an agreed disposition.  (Mike Frisch)

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/legal_profession/2008/04/tax-lawyer-admo.html

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