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A Pennsylvania lawyer in his 40s has been suspended from his profession for three years  after he failed to perform his duties. The Disciplinary Board’s decision after Matthew Eshelman confessed that he was addicted to video games. Matthew Eshelman used to work for another firm, then left that job when his gaming undermined his work. Shortly after establishing his own practice, the video game addiction stuck again with disastrous results.

This is a worrying trend in the industry, addiction to games and facebook games has been on the rise. We had reported earlier on a mother who neglected her duties being addicted to gaming and a Chinese couple who sold their kids to play online games.

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