(Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly described the outcome of Brian Wanca’s case. He pleaded guilty to the battery charge but was never convicted. We regret the error.)
An Illinois-based plaintiffs lawyer whose firm has become known for its focus on spam fax and text message cases has been publicly reprimanded in his home state after he admitted to a battery charge that stemmed from a domestic violence incident with his wife.
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