If you want to find attorney Robert B. Surrick’s new law office, you’d better be sure of the address, because he’s not allowed to hang any signs outside.

That’s the twist in a ruling handed down last week by a federal judge in a lawsuit Surrick filed to challenge a recent ruling by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court that effectively prohibits lawyers from opening an office if they are under suspension — even if they have been readmitted to practice by a federal court.

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