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A resident attorney who practiced only federal law before the United States Patent and Trademark Office could nevertheless be disciplined by the state’s courts because his representation of clients in the state met the definition of “practice” as found in the state’s lawyer regulations, the West Virginia Supreme Court ruled June 5.
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