A federal judge in Fresno, Calif., has ordered the entire 80-lawyer firm of Lozano Smith to take ethics training for repeated misrepresentation of facts and the law in a dispute over aid for a learning-disabled student. The firm -- which boasts on its Web site that it's "California's premier public agency law firm" -- must provide the case's lead attorney with 20 hours of training and the other lawyers with six hours.
Judge Orders Law Firm Back to School
The National Law Journal
February 14, 2005
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