The San Fernando Valley Bar Association won a victory Wednesday that should be welcome news for all 270 of California’s other voluntary bar associations.

In a suit involving a disbarred lawyer trying to get his mediation business off the ground, Los Angeles’ 2nd District Court of Appeal unanimously held that such groups don’t violate the state’s Unfair Competition Law if they reject requests to buy their membership mailing lists.

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