I just sent them a tip. I think it's noteworthy. A lawyer in Connecticut who has a long record of sexual misconduct with his women clients has been barred from representing women for the rest of his career. I - and quite a few others - think he should have been flat out disbarred.
In the ordinary case a record of serial rule violations, especially serious rule violations, would get you disbarred. Not only does he have a long record of this kind of violation, but he's been disciplined before and he violated a court order in connection with the misconduct. Not only does he have no respect for women, he has no respect for the rules or the courts. It is black and white, you do not involve yourself sexually with clients, even if they consent - and this guy was not involving himself consensually, he was harassing and coercing vulnerable women.