Lawyer Argues for No New Sanctions Over Zoom Deposition Misstep

Nov. 30, 2021, 4:40 PM

A Boston lawyer accused of coaching a client at a remote deposition acknowleged making “improper comments” but told a judge that he’s paid an appropriate price for his conduct and no additional punishment is warranted.

Additional action “would be disproportionate,” Jeffrey M. Rosin said in his Nov. 24 response to a show cause order from U.S. District Judge Leo T. Sorokin as to why he shouldn’t face possible discipline from the state bar.

Rosin said he exercised “poor judgment” during the April deposition, when he allegedly told his client how to answer certain questions in an employment dispute. They were ...

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