A judge has dismissed the disciplinary lawsuit that the Commission for Lawyer Discipline brought against an Austin attorney for his alleged misconduct in sending demand letters to businesses alleging that their websites violated rules under the Americans for Disabilities Act.

In an order signed Feb. 20, Judge R.H. Wallace Jr. of Fort Worth’s 96th District Court, sitting by assignment, granted Rosales’ motion to dismiss Commission for Lawyer Discipline v. Omar Weaver Rosales. Wallace dismissed all of the CFLD’s claims against Rosales “with prejudice to refiling of the same.”

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