The latest embarrassment began when the “California Bar Journal” rejected a delicately titled Cavanaugh critique — “Flushing Dues Down the Toilet”– for publication as either an opinion piece, letter or paid advertisement.

Nobumoto says the article contained “numerous inaccuracies,” was “possibly actionable” and “made personal attacks on board and staff members.”

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