When Frank J. Beltran started suing other lawyers in the early 1980s, some colleagues were aghast.
He recalled a case in Valdosta, Ga., around that time where the defense lawyer leaned over in the middle of a deposition and whispered, “Frank, what’s it like suing a lawyer?”
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