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When I was a very young boy growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, my father would tell me that the revolving doors at Kaufmann’s department store were what powered the escalators. It made sense at the time. As my father pointed … Continue reading
One of the best sources of entertainment about professional ethics is the monthly newsletter of the Disciplinary Board of the Pennsylvania (USA) Supreme Court. Because I cannot begin to approach the wittiness of their writers, I beg their pardon for … Continue reading
I just received the monthly newsletter of the Pennsylvania Disciplinary Board. Not Fun and Games: Lawyer with Video Game Addiction Suspended This month’s most interesting disciplinary decision is the case of Office of Disciplinary Counsel v. Matthew J. Eshelman. By order … Continue reading