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A former partner of an Indiana law firm has been suspended from practice for three years for persuading his paralegal to impersonate that firm's managing partner and send an email attaching a horror-film clip in which a new hire seemingly was onscreen in a state of undress, according to an ABA Journal article.

Arthur J. Usher IV, a former partner of Bose McKinney & Evans, had moved on to another law firm at the time of the incident. But he was apparently still carrying a torch for "Jane Doe," a law student who worked as an intern at Bose McKinney while he was there, and who subsequently accepted a job offer from that firm.

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