Ethics rules allow lawyers to take payment in different forms from their clients — cash, check, credit card. A naked back rub is not one of the options.

When Torrington, Conn., attorney Ira S. Mayo allegedly offered to waive a client’s fees in exchange for a massage, he triggered an investigation that seems to have jeopardized his law license over an encounter with a woman — again.

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