I am offended by "Name Withheld by Request" questioning the "ethics" of my hiring an employee of a CIS contractor as a paralegal. If "Name Withheld by Request" believes there is an ethical issue, then he/she should state it, and belly up to the bar and state their name, rather than casting me in a false light by mere innuendo, then hiding behind their black cloak of anonymity. To set the record straight, in fact, my paralegal has absolutely no contact with adjudicating personnel at CIS, and there is no conflict, and no ethical question - I believe "Name Withheld by Request" realized that when he/she used the word "albeit", whatever that means, but couldn't resist taking a cheap shot. After practicing civil litigation and immigration law for 27 years, I believe I can tell when there is, and there is not, an ethical issue.
David D. Murray, Esq.
Newport Beach, CA
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