Less than a week after handing the Justice Department a big defeat over warrantless wiretaps, Jon Eisenberg was battling Tuesday to scrape together a victory in a California case involving lawyer advertising.

The Oakland appellate specialist was bombarded during oral arguments in the California Supreme Court with questions skeptical of his position that attorneys’ ads constitute commercial speech that isn’t protected by the state’s anti-SLAPP statute.

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