By Professor Nancy Rapoport
The wonderful Regina Logsdon found us a great case for this month’s discussion. On January 13, the ABA Journal published a column called Bankruptcy lawyer suspended for 'screwing banks' ads. The title’s a bit of a spoiler alert, I know, but here’s the gist: The Indiana Supreme Court has approved a consensual 30-day suspension for a lawyer who had advertised (among other things) that he’d been “[s]crewing [b]anks [s . . .
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