The hearing last Wednesday before members of the Delaware Supreme Court Board on the Unauthorized Practice of Law was anything but humdrum.

“This is not a run-of-the-mill UPL case,” warned David C. Vladeck, a Washington attorney whose clients were the cause of the proceeding. “The charges were not brought by dissatisfied clients who were duped by imposters masquerading as lawyers.”

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