An attorney disciplinary case before the Ohio Supreme Court raises an unusual ethics-related question about how romantically involved lawyers deal with client information.

The Ohio high court is set to review a proposed disciplinary sanction against two education law attorneys, Thomas Holmes and Ashleigh Kerr, who are engaged to one another and admitted to exchanging emails that included work product and confidential client information.

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