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Lawyer M. Scott Vayer failed to re-register or complete his required CLE credits in 2001, and said he knew he might not be "in good standing," but continued to practice law. When the New York Law Journal named him among other respondents in a mass suspension notice in 2010, he missed that as well, claiming he did not subscribe to the publication, and must have missed the notice that was mailed . . .
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