Category Archives: Unauthorized Practice of Law

Legal Zoom and “Real Advice”

Legal Zoom is advertising “real advice.”  That sounds like it is “practicing law.”  What is the Washington Supreme Court going to do?  Maybe it will create a special license which allows Legal Zoom to provide limited practice services. I wonder whether there can be … Continue reading

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Unauthorized Practice of Law — Minnesota v. Colorado Attorney Helping In-laws

In late August, 2016, the Minnesota Supreme Court admonished a Colorado lawyer for helping his in-laws regarding a judgment against them by a condominium association.  The judgment was about $2,500.  The Colorado lawyer corresponded with the Minnesota lawyer representing the … Continue reading

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