The Florida Bar has filed a fourth complaint against embattled Coral Gables attorney Scot Strems—this time accusing him of using third-party consultants to trick clients into retaining his law firm.

The bar described a ”pattern of deceit and solicitation,” claiming Strems violated eight ethics rules governing truthfulness, solicitation, communication, misconduct and scope of representation.

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