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Cyber Harasment

The Florida Supreme Court suspended a Fort Lauderdale attorney for a pattern of misconduct and multiple offenses, including electronic messages that an “objectively reasonable person” would assume are meant to harass and intimidate.

James M. Potts Sr., of the Potts Legacy Law Group, represented residents of a condominium. His clients alleged the condo association treasurer was misusing the homeowners’ association funds and refused to send Potts copies of the association’s banking records.

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Michael A. Mora

Michael primarily covers litigation in South Florida for the Daily Business Review. You can contact him by email: [email protected]

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