The state Supreme Court is considering whether to sanction an attorney who asked his cousin to revamp his firm’s website, only to learn later that the relative decided to jazz up the site by using the seal of the New Jersey Board of Attorney Certification.
The problem for Ty Hyderally, was that neither he nor any other attorney in his 14-lawyer employment law firm was certified at the time.
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