The New Jersey Supreme Court’s latest batch of punishment orders against errant attorneys shows that no particular practice niche has a monopoly on questionable ethics. Among three lawyers given punishments ranging from a reprimand to a three-year suspension, one is a patent lawyer, one is a matrimonial lawyer and one is a litigator.

Here’s what they did, according to Disciplinary Review Board opinions that the Supreme Court affirmed on March 24 and made public on April 1.

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