An after-hours dustup between a State Bar Association officer and a convention vendor last month in Atlantic City has led to a trading of disorderly persons charges.

In a complaint filed May 20 in Atlantic City Municipal Court, Robert Kleeger, of the Intelligence Group, a research, investigation and forensics firm based in Bedminster, charged Ralph Lamparello, the Bar’s incoming first vice president, with simple assault causing bodily injury.

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