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Monday, January 21, 2019

Another Eric Dixon. Yes, Too Many Lawyers.

Identical names can be a problem. Particularly when the other "you" is suspected of doing something wrong, has a faint physical resemblance to you and is in the same industry as you.

Consider the case of a lawyer in the State of New Mexico, by the name of Eric Dixon, who was suspended from the practice of law for (allegedly) lying to protect a client. (Here's a news story from Albuquerque, NM television station KRQE-TV on the case.)

Comment one: There are plenty of clients who want lawyers to lie for them. In many quarters, being a lying lawyer is considered zealous advocacy and helps win clients. That is a totally separate issue for another day.

Comment two: I AM NOT THIS GUY. (See this information from the New Mexico Bar.) 

Comment three: I've actually made this clarification before and a long time ago, too. See my article from 2011.