A U.S. district judge has referred a Boston attorney accused of feeding answers to his client in a Zoom deposition to receive counseling from a non-profit organization for lawyers.

In an order issued Wednesday, Judge Leo T. Sorokin of the District of Massachusetts referred O’Hagan Meyer Managing Partner Jeffrey Rosin to a Massachusetts lawyers assistance non-profit, Lawyers for Concerned Lawyers, for him to learn how to better manage his emotions and judgement in adversarial situations.

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