Scott Wolfe Jr v Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board, et al.

Order Granting in Part and Denying in Part Motions

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Order from Judge Feldman in the Scott Wolfe Jr. / Public Citizen v. Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board. Order grants in part and denies in part various motions for summary judgment and motions to dismiss filed by the parties.

With respect to our complaint that Rule 7.6(d) is unconstitutional, and Rule 7.7 as it relates to Internet Advertisements, the Court granted our Motion for Summary Judgment.

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Reference Info:Decision | Federal, 5th Circuit, Louisiana | United States

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