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

Order Granting in Part and Denying in Part Motions

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…more
| Constitutional Law
Scott Wolfe Jr., et al v. Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board, et al

Plaintiff Memo Opposing Defendants Motion to Dismiss and MSJ

Plaintiff Scott Wolfe Jr.'s Memorandum opposing the Motion for Summary Judgment filed by the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board, and their Motion to Dismiss the case on lack of standing and ripeness…more
| Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law
Scott Wolfe Jr., et al v. Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board, et al

Defendant's Memorandum Opposing Wolfe Motion for Summary Judgment

Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board (Defendants) responds to Plaintiff Scott Wolfe's Motion for Summary Judgment. They argue that the plaintiff's challenge is hypothetical, and that they lack standing. They also argue that…more
| Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law
Scott Wolfe Jr., et al v. Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board, et al

Defendant's Memorandum to Support Motion to Dismiss All Plaintiffs

The Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board (Defendants) filed a Motion seeking to have the plaintiffs dismissed in this case. They argue that the Plaintiffs do not have standing to bring the suit, that the court did not have…more
| Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law
Wolfe Jr. v Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board

Memorandum in Support of Wolfe Motion for Summary Judgment

This is the Memorandum Supporting a Motion for Summary Judgment filed by Scott Wolfe Jr. and Wolfe Law Group, plaintiffs in a case against the Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board challenging Louisiana's new lawyer advertising…more
| Constitutional Law
Wolfe Jr. v Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board

Order Scheduling Preliminary Conference

After granting the Defendants' continuance, the court scheduled a preliminary scheduling conference for the afternoon of April 7, 2009…more
| Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Wolfe Jr. v Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board

Order Granting Continuance

Judge Feldman, of the United States Eastern District Court of Louisiana, granted the Defendants' Motion to Continue. His order commented: The Court is of the opinion that the plaintiffs improperly in effect seek an advisory…more
| Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Wolfe Jr. v Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board

Plaintiffs' Opposition to Continuance

Plaintiff Wolfe Jr. and Wolfe Law Group joined in the memorandum prepared and filed by Plaintiff Public Citizen, Inc. opposing the Motion to Continue filed by Defendants in this action. This is the memorandum filed in…more
| Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Wolfe Jr. v Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board

Defendant Motion to Continue Trial and Hearings

On February 18, 2009, the Louisiana Supreme Court announced that it was postponing the effective date of the new lawyer ad rules from April 1, 2009 until Oct 1, 2009, to "further study certain rules in light of the…more
| Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Wolfe Jr. v Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board

Expert Report of Christopher Schultz

Expert Report of Christopher Schultz in the Louisiana Attorney Advertising Rules lawsuit…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Scott Wolfe Jr., et al v. Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board, et al

Plaintiff's Memorandum in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment

Plaintiff Scott Wolfe Jr request the Court to grant it summary judgment with regard to its challenge of the new Louisiana attorney advertising regulations, as it relates to regulation of attorney communication on the Internet…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Scott Wolfe, Jr. et al v. Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board

Plaintiff's (Wolfe Jr.'s) Initial Disclosures

In case challenging the constitutionality of the new Louisiana lawyer advertising rules, these are the Plaintiff's initial disclosures…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Scott Wolfe, Jr. et. al, v. Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board, et al.

Unopposed Motion to Consolidate

Motion to Consolidate the Scott Wolfe Jr. v Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board suit with the on-going Public Citizen, Inc. complaint. The motion was unopposed by all parties. In all likelihood, the judge will grant this…more
| Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Scott G. Wolfe, Jr., et al v. Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board

Initial Disclosures by Defendants

Defendants submitted their Initial Disclosures on December 23, 2008. While submitted for the Public Citizen, Inc. case, they will also apply to the Wolfe, Jr. matter after consolidation. …more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Scott Wolfe, Jr. et al v. Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board

Answer of Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board

Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board's answer to Scott Wolfe Jr's complaint that the new Louisiana lawyer advertising rules violate an attorney's constitutional right to freedom of speech, and specifically affect an attorney's…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
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