The lawyer who convinced the New Jersey Supreme Court to abandon its gag rule in attorney-ethics cases claims he was shortchanged on his court-awarded fee.

Richard Gutman was back before the court on Wednesday asking for the $65,822 he says he is owed for making law in the case, rather than the $25,000 the court in May said he was due.

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