Thursday, May 3, 2007

Conditional Reinstatement

The Minnesota Supreme Court conditionally reinstated an attorney who had been indefinitely suspended from practice. Among the conditions are four years' probation, a requirement that he apply for malpractice insurance (he need not actually get such insurance "if he can demonstrate... that it is unavailable or unduly expensive") and a two-year prohibition against solo practice "unless [he] demonstrates...that he cannot find other employment as an attorney." (Mike Frisch)

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