It is surprising, and possibly just bad luck, that both reviews were stopped. I know there are very general guidelines for reviews and that people are making intelligent guesses about the spam filters but doesn't it say something about the quality of the spam filters when real people with good intentions are having their reviews blocked for being spammy? FWIW - the Attorney in question reaches out to his recent clients every Friday to thank them for their business and request feedback on review sites. It is quite possible that the clients submitted reviews on the same day, something that I have heard can raise red flags. I have seen plenty of same day spammy reviews but when the spam filter flags non-spam then in the worst case this is going to drive away users as well as local businesses as users of google+ local.