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Sunday, April 27, 2008

Virginia Bar Sanctions Tax Lawyer

Last month, I blogged the disciplinary proceedings involving a Virginia tax lawyer who had contended that his tax services provided to clients were "administrative" services not involving an attorney-client relationship.  On Friday, the Virginia three-judge court imposed a series of sanctions against the tax lawyer for violating Virginia Rule 7.1 by providing false or misleading information about his services to potential clients. (Hat Tip:  our sister Legal Profession Blog.)

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The lawyer violated the rule which should not be done.
This creates a bad impression on the public.
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Posted by: Thomson | Aug 29, 2008 10:05:02 PM