The New Jersey Supreme Court has rejected a proposed plan to open fee disputes between lawyers and their clients to public scrutiny.

The justices decided not to adopt the recommendation of their Professional Responsibility Rules Committee to lift the gag of the current rule, R. 1:20A-5, which prohibits parties to fee arbitration proceedings from speaking publicly about them without approval of the Disciplinary Review Board or the court.

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