A lawyer whose website wrongfully displayed the seal of the Board of Attorney Certification has escaped discipline, but his case is a warning to other lawyers not to dress up their sites with honors they haven’t earned.

The New Jersey Supreme Court on Tuesday found a lack of clear and convincing evidence that Ty Hyderally — who blamed the incident on his web-designing cousin’s misguided efforts to spruce up the site — intentionally held himself out as a certified attorney, which he isn’t.

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