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  •  The problem is that, particularly if you're acting (0+ / 0-)

    pro-se, you don't have ready access to all of that information, or even know of the ways to get that information.  I mean, by that definition of 'providing legal advice' you could say that groklaw is 'providing legal advice.'  I would say that the definition of 'advice' should require an interpretation or creation of a legal theory, as opposed to acting as a human search-engine equivalent, simply providing concrete information and the assertion that they think it might be relevant.

    Of course, I don't know the specifics of this so the employee may have blown way past that.  

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