It’s rare indeed that a New Jersey district ethics committee recommends a sanction and the state Disciplinary Review Board disagrees, but it happened June 18 in the case of a Rockaway solo accused of dragging his feet in an estate case and then refusing to cooperate with substituted counsel.

Not only had Jeffrey Grow not neglected the case, but he actively tried to assist the client even after being discharged, the DRB found.

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